Fontina Turner talks about Hef's love for fried chicken and bananas on the bottom of his cereal.
Joel Murphy looks at the recent failed Kickstarter campaign to create "remote-controlled humans."
Aaron R. Davis looks at Jenny McCarthy's anti-vaccine backtracking.
“Breaker of Chains” is the name of this episode, and from the very beginning we realize that because of Joffrey’s death, Sansa is free, Margery is free and everyone around him is free from his cruelty. Except Tyrion, of course, who does not gain freedom in the
The boys talk jellybean-flavored milk, Goonies 2/Mrs. Doubtfire 2 and Tim Hortons.
Perhaps the only thing scarier than the thought of a sentient computer taking over the Internet and creating an army of mindless human drones is that computer being controlled by Johnny Depp. One pictures the enslaved humans in whimsical outfits with overteased hair. A Depp-controlled supercomputer is
This week Fontina Turner hands the cooking duties over to David Lynch, who teaches us all how to make quinoa.
Joel Murphy realizes some of you may be getting sick of Pharrell's "Happy," but he can't get enough of it.
Batman and Superman will battle Captain America at the box office. Aaron R. Davis wonders why they can't just get along.
Game of Thrones gives viewers what they've all been waiting for ... and it's glorious. Amanda Lowery recaps the action.