WNBC New York anchorwoman Sue Simmons must have been at a baseball game over the weekend. Because just as the 11 o’clock news started on Monday, a live mic caught her saying “the ball took a bad hop and hit me in my breast.”
“Are we on?,” wondered her long-suffering, er, longtime co-anchor Chuck Scarborough. As you can see in the clip below, they were.
Ever wonder what Facebook would’ve looked like back in the early days of the internet? Well, wonder no more. The fine folks at SquirrelMonkey.com have unearthed this (fake) VHS tape from the 20th century TV show ‘Wonders of the World Wide Web,’ which discusses a new destination called “The Facebook.”
CBS’s late night schedule is set for the next couple years. On Monday the network announced that ‘The Late Show’ host David Letterman and ‘The Late, Late Show’ headman Craig Ferguson have both had their contracts renewed through 2014.
When he completes his new contract, Letterman will have been a late night talk show host for 32 years, which would break the record previously held by former ‘Tonight Show’ host Johnny Carson.
In the upcoming movie ‘Neighborhood Watch,’ Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn, Jonah Hill play inept badge-less crime fighters who patrol the streets of their posh suburban town. Then things get interesting when the neighborhood gets invaded by aliens of the extraterrestrial kind.
The movie, which is scheduled for July 27th release, is being directed by The Lonely Island’s Akiva Schaffer, and the story is from the screenwriting team of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. Madcap fun, right?
Recently, J.C. Penney announced plans to do away with sales and instead offer discounted prices every day. The retail giant’s new strategy is a risky one because many shoppers are in the habit of only buying clothing when they see red sale tags.
Jon Hamm was on ‘Today’ Monday morning, along with other members of the ‘Mad Men’ cast. The critically-acclaimed drama returns for its fifth season Sunday, hence the group appearance. But ‘Today’ host Matt Lauer would’ve been remiss if he didn’t ask Hamm to also address comments that he made last week about Kim Kardashian, in which he accused the reality TV star of being a “f—-g idiot” for the way she flaunts her stupidity.
In response, Kardashian called Hamm’s comments “careless,” and Lauer wanted to know what Hamm thought about that.
The good news is that 67 percent of Americans expect to to get a refund from the IRS this year. The bad news is that much of this money is going to be spent taking care of other debts, rather than be used for something fun.
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