Roger Ebert passed away this week. He was an amazing man who not only provided people with his opinions on movies, he planted the notion that movies could be more than just observed in the minds of countless people. And he was entertaining. (Proof: This review of 'Deuce Bigelow: European Gigolo.') He also led a fascinating life, so we put together some trivia to give you an idea of the greatness that was Roger Ebert.
This week the Supreme Court is hearing arguments for Proposition 8, which banned gay marriage in California. They are also weighing the Defense of Marriage Act, which defines marriage as between a man and a woman.
To show their support for the LGBT community, people have been changing their profile pictures on Facebook. It started as big blocks of solid red. Then changed to a red block with a pink equal sign, which is symbol of the Human Rights Campaign. Now things have gotten a little out of control and some more creative options have popped up. Here are our favorites.
Some movies are so iconic (or at least permanently ingrained in our brains thanks to TBS) that it's impossible to imagine them any other way than the way they are. Of course, that doesn't mean that's the only way they could ever have been
If your excitement for Super Bowl XLVII this Sunday stems more from a love of chili than a love of football (which is tooootally fine, by the way), here are some facts for you (in handy infographic form!) about the big game and the Super Sunday game to end all games in general. Learn them and you might even score yourself a few extra wings at the party.
There's just something so unpleasant about Guy Fieri. Oh, wait. It's everything. Everything about Guy Fieri is unpleasant. His terrible restaurant. His terrible frozen pizzas. His hair. The way we imagine he looks himself in the mirror and says "SHOWTIIIIME" before filming all of his shows. His stupid fire shirt. Everything. Here are some GIFs that really bring it all home. WARNING: not for the faint of heart. They might give you nightmares / raise your cholesterol.
Has their been a more quotable comedy from the past few years than 'The Hangover'? Since its release in 2009, the Vegas-set comedy has been supplying funny quotes for use on the Web and in everyday life.
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