You seriously want to know how to beat Flappy Bird? Here’s the best and probably the only method that really works on this smartphone game:
Every night of the Kentucky All State Choir conference, high school students come out on balconies of the 18 story Louisville Hyatt hotel to sing the U.S. National Anthem. This year that tradition coincided with the start of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. There’s nothing better to get you into the Olympic spirit than listening to hundreds of music students sing the ‘Star Spangled Banner’. Enjoy!
Jimmy Kimmel‘s ‘Celebrities Read Mean Tweets’ series gets its sixth installment with George Clooney, Jon Hamm, Jennifer Garner, John Goodman, Bob Balaban, Sarah Silverman, Tom Hanks, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Benedict Cumberbatch, Rob Lowe, Cate Blanchett, Tim Robbins, Bill Murray and Matt Damon.
The Walking Dead cast visited Conan O’Brien on Thursday night, so he went full zombie with a little help from the AMC show’s makeup designer Greg Nicotero. Conan is probably the only walker that uses a smart phone for directions:
The latest edition of funny misheard song lyrics series from Jeff Wysaski.
With the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games opening on Friday, The Canadian Institute of Diversity and Inclusion released a PSA in response to Russian government’s ban on gay propaganda. The commercial, made by Rethink Canada advertising agency, provides irrefutable proof that the Olympics have always been a little gay:
Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch visits ‘Sesame Street‘ and solves a brain-bending challenge from his Muppet nemesis, Murray-arty, with a little help from his friend – Count Von Count.
On Jimmy Kimmel’s latest edition of ‘Lie Witness News’, his crew caught people claiming to have seen a bunch of made-up things about the past Super Bowl. Like the racist Cheerios ad and the FIFTH quarter! You gotta see it to believe it:
A brilliant ad for UK’s The Sunday Times takes us through six iconic scenes in one single take:
RadioShack takes us back to the 1980s in their Super Bowl commercial ‘The Phone Call’: