- Geek & Sci-Fi
When I first saw the link "Kevin Smith issues final statement on the Southwest incident", I was pleasantly surprised, first by the words "final statement", then by the fact that the accompanying YouTube video was only three minutes long.
"Biggest Loser" trainer Jillian Michaels -- the only woman I'd trust to rape me with the appropriate amount of force -- has fielded three different lawsuits in the last week or so because fatties are upset that her diet pills don't work.
Here's the trailer (video below) for "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution," which debuts on ABC March 26th.
I don't care who you are or how much you hate cruelty to other people or how many trees you hugged last week.
While watching the Pitt-West Virgina game on Friday night, I saw this ad for the Freedom Tray, a ridiculous product with an even more ridiculous advertising pitch.
Here's an enterprising young lady who, despite the articulate and clever taunts from the crowded bar, decided to climb onto a mechanical bull for a ride.
Police interviewed a woman during a murder investigation, and of course a squirrel popped out of her cleavage.
Last week, the people behind NBC's "The Biggest Loser" announced a shake-up to the show's format: a move from fat-ass partners back to the original every-pig-for-himself competition, with a geographical twist: Reveille, 3 Ball and 24/7 intend to cast singles for the fall edition of the show from cities topping an annual "Fattest Cities in America" list.
The Daily Mail today has pictures of Meg Ryan looking fat, and *yoink* now I have them.
Nikki Finke (who should really be a 30s gangster henchman with that name) is reporting that Jon Favreau and Marvel have reached a deal for Favreau to direct the sequel to Iron Man, due in 2010.
Is it awful that pro MMA fighter Ben Rothwell was allowed to beat the shit out of a fat kid in front of a huge audience.