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  • Incredible Video Footage Of The Great Martian War Of 1913-1917

    In a continuing effort to guarantee that anyone who watches the channel will not actually learn anything about history, the History Channel has created a “documentary” of the Great Martian War of 1913-1917 that never was. As easy as it is for those of us who grew up watching non-stop Hitler documentaries to hate on the current, alien-loving iteration of the channel, this actually looks pretty cool. The filmmakers used actual archival footage from World War I and inserted CGI Martian robots to wreak havoc on the doughboys. Unfortunately, it looks as though the special is currently airing in the UK only. for more info check out History.

  • The A To Z Guide To The Celebrity Voices Selling Us Every Product On Earth

    As for those celebrity voices that creep inside our brains and try to jam our minds with subliminal desires to purchase everything from cars to yogurt, I’ve been compiling this list of celebrity spokespeople for some time now, and with a little help from Twitter friends, iSpot and AdWhoIs.com, I think we may have assembled a truly comprehensive record of the last few years of celebrity voiceovers. In conclusion, I need a real hobby.

  • Alfonso Ribeiro Brought Back The Carlton On Dancing With The Stars [Video]

    Alfonso Ribeiro, most famous for portraying Carlton on “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,” is one of the current “stars” on ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars.” Last night he brought back the spastic St. Vitus dance that Carlton couldn’t help but perform every time he heard the sweet sounds of Tom Jones’ “It’s Not Unusual.” And it was glorious. Let’s see Randy Couture try and top that! Oh wait, he can’t because he already got eliminated. I mean…uh…it’s not like I watch this dumb show or anything. But seriously, is it fair to have Alfonso Ribeiro on the show? The man’s a professional dancer already. He’s been selling his “Breakin’ and Poppin’” VHS since 1985!

  • The Simpsons: First Episode vs Today [RSVLTS Original]

    Ever since the Simpsons marathon on FXX, they’ve been the hottest fictional, yellow cartooned family on TV. With their highly anticipated Family Guy collaboration a few weeks away, it doesn’t seem like they have any plans of stopping. It’s the longest running American sitcom of all-time and actually gaining steam and relevancy again. Since the show has broadcast 552 episodes but we decided to go back to the beginning, the first full length episode onDecember 17, 1989, to show you how things have evolved.

  • Watch The First Teaser for ‘Breaking Bad’ Spin-off ‘Better Call Saul’

    Last night, AMC gave us a little taste of Saul. During AMC’s Breaking Bad marathon which showed over the weekend the 9-second teaser aired. The new Breaking Bad spinoff is set to air February 2015 and will star Saul Goodman under the name James M. McGill, an Irish identity he used before switching to the infamous lawyer we all fell in love with during the Breaking Bad franchise. The ethically ambiguous Goodman teases a client with this quote before AMC headlines take over, “Lawyers. We’re like health insurance,” says Saul in the incredibly brief teaser for the upcoming series. “You hope you never need it, but man-oh-man, not having it? No.”

  • Walter White Goes To Space

    Last month, tvtag set their sights on the stars. After thousands of votes from Earth-folk like you, Walter White was nominated to be tvtag’s first space ambassador. Over the course of his journey to space, Walt braved speeds of 95 mph (153km/h), temperatures as low as -65F (-54C), and a maximum altitude of 85,000 feet (25,908m). He soared to new heights, carrying along with him the hopes and dreams of TV watchers everywhere. Long live Heisenberg. Long live TV.

  • Uncle Joey Got Married So The Cast Of “Full House” Reunited [12 Photos]

    Dave Coulier got hitched at an outdoor ceremony in lovely Paradise Valley, Montana on July 2, and the guest list was full of familiar faces (because you know Joey Gladstone would never get married with out Danny Tanner and Jesse Katsopolis by his side). Yes, Coulier’s wedding was practically a “Full House” reunion with former co-stars Bob Saget, Candance Cameron Bure, John Stamos, and Andrea Barber all in attendance. Although Michelle and Stephanie weren’t able to make it out they all still remain great friends and seem to have impromptu reunions once every six months.

  • 11 Outrageous Quotes From Kimmel Interviewing Fake U.S. Soccer Fans About Landon Donovan’s Performance At The World Cup

    If you’re going to lie you might as well be super elaborate about it. Kimmel went out onto Hollywood Blvd and found people who claimed to be big fans of the US soccer team and asked them how they think Landon Donovan has been playing so far. If you follow soccer, you know that Landon Donovan was cut from the team in May before the World Cup even started. However that didn’t stop them from weighing in on his performance in this special World Cup edition of #LieWitnessNews.

  • Kimmel’s “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets” Is Back with Sofia Vergara and Matthew McConaughey

    There are a lot of celebrities on twitter and some people feel very comfortable using twitter to insult those celebrities. From time to time, Kimmel gathers those insults and package them together to illustrate the fact that words can hurt. This is his 7th edition of Mean Tweets featuring Julia Roberts, Don Cheadle, Ashton Kutcher, Courteney Cox, Andy Garcia, Mindy Kaling, David Blaine, Don Rickles, Ethan Hawke, Matthew McConaughey, June Squibb, Jeremy Piven, Kit Harrington, Emma Stone, Gary Oldman and Sofia Vergara.

  • Jimmy Kimmel Meets People Who Think Godzilla Is A Real Thing

    Godzilla made $93 million during its opening weekend here in the United States. So we went out onto Hollywood Blvd and asked people this question: considering Godzilla is based on the true story of the giant lizard attack on Tokyo that killed more than 100,000 people in 1954, do you think it is wrong that Hollywood glamorizes this event for entertainment?

  • Placing Odds On The ‘SNL’ Cast Members Most Likely To Be Fired This Summer

    It’s been a rebuilding year, but going into the 40th season of Saturday Night Live, Lorne Michaels is going to want a more solid core. With 17 members, the cast is badly bloated, and with that many people angling for screentime, few cast members have really been able to break-out. Chances are, Michaels is going to spend the summer weeding out some of the weaker cast members, and hopefully come back in the fall with 10-12 of the strongest cast members. Who is likely to be cut over the summer? Let’s lay odds on those most likely to be fired.

  • Kimmel’s Asks People On Gluten-free Diets Try To Explain What Gluten Is

    Some people can’t eat gluten for medical reasons, but a lot of people in Los Angeles don’t eat gluten because someone in their yoga class told them not to. Jimmy wondered how many of these people even know what gluten is, so we sent a camera crew out to a popular exercise spot here in LA and asked people who are gluten-free a simple question: “What is gluten?”

  • Disguised Drake Gets People’s Honest Opinions About Himself [Video]

    Jimmy Kimmel sent Drake out on the streets in disguise to ask people what they think of the rap star and their reactions to his hosting of the ESPYs (which has yet to actually occur). There were plenty of Drake haters out there but the superstar took it all in stride. A guitar player even freestyled a song chastising Drake for not playing any instruments. He did find one fan with his final reveal, but everyone else was pretty brutal. Fear not, though, he most surely consoled himself in the arms of good friend Lebron James later that evening.

  • Stephen Colbert’s 12 Greatest Moments On YouTube

    In what feels like a logical move it’s been announced that Stephen Colbert, the comedian and host of Comedy Central’s “Colbert Report,” will succeed David Letterman as host of “Late Show,” CBS’s flagship late-night franchise, when Mr. Letterman retires next year, the network announced Thursday.

  • George Takei Responds To Anti-Gay Protesters In The Most Delightful Way Possible [18 Photos]

    With news of George Takei, known for his iconic role as Sulu on Star Trek and more recently for his commanding presence on social media, being tapped to host Saturday Night Life following support from several online petitions we take a look back at one of his finest moments on the web. Back in March 2013 protestors gathered outside the supreme court to march against the Prop 8/DOMA hearings. BuzzFeed asked the protestors to express their opinions on a pad of paper and George being George responded in the best way possible.

  • 20 Times You Might Have Seen Bryan Cranston On Screen And Not Realized It

    Bryan Cranston may be a Hollywood darling now, but for every Argo or Drive, there are a dozen bit parts on shows like Walker, Texas Ranger and Baywatch not far behind. Saying that he’s paid his dues in Hollywood is an understatement — the man appeared on Murder, She Wrote in three different roles! Seinfeld and Malcom In The Middle excluded, here are 20 Bryan Cranston roles before Breaking Bad that you might have forgotten about.

  • Jimmy Fallon’s 5 Best Classroom Instrument Performances

    Jimmy Fallon and The Roots’s performances alongside top music talent using only instruments found in an elementry school classroom has become one of the Tonight Show’s most sure fire hits so in honor of his latest video with Idina Menzel, singing “Let It Go” from “Frozen”, we give you his five best “Classroom Instrument” performances.

  • Celebrities Read Mean Tweets: Part 6 [Video]

    Jimmy Kimmel Live recently returned to one of the best bits on late night TV with a sixth installment of “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets.” Kimmel hopes that the segments will raise awareness of the pain caused by anonymous hating on celebrities in a public forum. You can really see the pain in the eyes of these helpless actors. The most hateful of the tweets comes from Kimmel himself, about his arch nemesis Matt Damon.

  • Jimmy Kimmel Asks People For Their Reaction To State Of The Union Address Before It Aired [Video]

    Nobody wants to look like a moron on camera, so when you are interviewed about your reaction to the State of the Union Address, you are probably going to lie your ass off about it as best as you can. But before you start weaving your web of lies, just make sure you are aware of when the address was scheduled to air. Sadly, these folks were a bit ignorant of that fact and end up looking even dumber than if they had just admitted to not watching or caring about it. ‘Merica!

  • 8 Lessons in Manliness From Nick Offerman

    The paragon of manliness in today’s culture, otherwise void of such mythical creatures, is Nick Offerman. Or more accurately, it is his character, Ron Swanson. If you couldn’t decipher, though, much of that televised manliness is tongue-in-cheek. Offerman, though it is hard to believe, eats vegetables sometimes. He admits to being sensitive and to taking ballet lessons. He does so with utmost confidence. He’s also modest and open-minded, at least according to his book, Paddle Your Own Canoe. Therefore, I think we can learn more about manliness from the real man behind the farcical myth than from the symbol of manliness that his character has become. Here are eight lessons, pretty literally transcribed from his book:

  • Watch: House of Cards Season 2 Teaser Trailer

    One of the most addicting shows on TV the internet. The debauchery begins February 14, 2014. Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) has masterfully maneuvered his way into the Vice Presidency, but his ascension faces threats on all fronts… Investigative reporter Zoe Barnes (Kate Mara) is inching closer to the truth about Frank and Peter Russo (Corey Stoll) and will stop at nothing to break the story. And Frank’s wife Claire (Robin Wright), the newly appointed Second Lady, must deal with the bright glare of the spotlight and how the intense scrutiny eats away at their once private existence.

 
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