Neil DeGrasse Tyson Is Getting His Own Talk Show And Bill Nye Will Be Involved

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Ol' Neil DeGrasse Tyson is getting his own talk show called, of course, 'Star Talk'.

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Monica Lewinsky Broke Her Silence About That Time She Hooked Up With The President

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For the National Geographic docuseries, 'The 90s: The Last Great Decade?,' Monica Lewinsky spoke about her affair with President Clinton.


'Mystery Science Theater 3000' Is Sort Of Returning To Television On April Fools' Day

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The guys from 'Mystery Science Theater 3000' are coming back to TV! If this is an April Fools' prank, I think we should riot.


Not A Bad Sports Joke: Lorde’s ‘Royals’ Was Inspired By George Brett And The Kansas City Royals

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New Zealand pop sensation Lorde's first hit 'Royals' was inspired by the Kansas City Royals, and I swear to God I'm not making that up to be funny.

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See Rob Lowe As JFK In The First Trailer For National Geographic’s ‘Killing Kennedy’

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National Geographic has released the first trailer for Killing Kennedy, their made-for-TV film adaptation of Bill O'Reilly's best-selling book.

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Tomb Containing Millions Of Puppy Mummies Discovered In Egypt

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OMG PUPPY MUMMIES PUPPY MUMMIES MUPPY MUMMIES! As in puppies that were mummified by ancient Egyptians. Millions of them!


James Cameron Really Is Going To The Bottom Of The Sea

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James Cameron got nominated for an Oscar by filming blue cats having magic tail sex, so you better believe he can handle a challenge.


NatGeo: Fish Communicate by Farting

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No matter what else you see today, this is certain to be the best video about herring farts.


National Geographic Tries To Pee In The Internet’s Cheerios

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Last week we posted this disgustingly cute video of a momma cat hugging her twitchy, sleeping kitten.


‘Adult Baby’ Threatens Suicide If He Loses His Social Security

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A couple weeks ago, I posted a clip from NatGeo's "Taboo" that detailed grossly obese 30-year-old Stanley Thornton's "adult baby" fantasy, which he lives out with the help of his grossly obese roommate, Sandra Dias.



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I consider myself a relatively open-minded person.


Honey Badger Gets Gay Voiceover

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This NatGeo Wild clip of the honey badger has been around for ages -- I wrote about it last July at KSK -- but it has new narration by someone named Randall, and I have to admit that he's way better than whichever stuffy British dude originally narrated it.


The WG Interview: Henry Rollins

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Henry Rollins came to television in an unusual manner: the former Black Flag frontman appeared on MTV's "Alternative Nation" and "MTV Sports" in the early '90s while he was still the lead singer of Rollins Band.


What’s on Tonight: Restrepo

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Restrepo (National Geographic) -- The television premiere of Tim Hetherington and Sebastian Junger's critically acclaimed documentary about a U.


Run For Your Lives: Fish With Hands!

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Found only off the shallow coastal waters of your darkest NIGHTMARES southeastern Australia, I present to you, our Gamma Squad audience: the handfish.


“What You Know About My Hood?”

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It seems Detroit makes the news more and more frequently these days. Chris Hansen -- the Motor City native who carved his infamy with Dateline's "To Catch A Predator" series -- recently reminded the world that not everyone in the Motor City is putting back brews with Kid Rock.



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"Sizing Up Sperm," which first aired on National Geographic this past Sunday, took a highly unusual approach in its examination of human reproduction: the show used human actors to represent individual sperm cells, scaling up the act of insemination to epic proportions.

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