“What is a douchebag.
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“What is a douchebag.
Olympic gold medalist Ryan Lochte is probably the lowest-hanging fruit on the pseudo-celebrity tree, but darn it all to heck if I just don’t love the guy to pieces.
A couple of morning news anchors conduct a bland interview with Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, then mock him mercilessly afterwards.
Looking to add some efficiency to your swimming routine.
Quite possibly the most entertaining thing that has ever happened in a high school hallway.
Susan Bahorich just can't keep it together during a segment about a swimming cat.
And now the story of a wealthy family who lost everything, and the one son who had no choice but to keep them all together (and sometimes watch them play softball).
I was originally going to share this with a "sloths swimming is my new favorite thing" talking point (because sloths swimming are great), but then it got to the part in the video where a sloth takes a boat ride.
Providing further evidence that the U.
Happy October 19th.
Chances are that if you know who Jasmine Waltz is without having to Google her, then you’re either a fan of “celebrity” sex tapes or you’re way too involved with David Arquette’s private life.
Yesterday, for no apparent reason, Olympic gold medalist swimmer and future Academy Award-winning actor Ryan Lochte <a href="https://twitter.com/ryanlochte/with_replies">gave his Twitter followers a huge gift</a> when he announced that <a href="https://twitter.com/ryanlochte/status/291288761734672384">he’d be answering their questions for "#AskLochte"</a> once again.
Candice Swanepoel and Doutzen Kroes of Victoria's Secret fame are swimming, and swimming is a sport, so here you go.
This week on Sports On TV, we tackle the horror/comedy/drama/everything else of 'Buffy The Vampire Slayer,' the 1997-2003 hit that catapulted Avengers director Joss Whedon into public consciousness, gave Sarah Michelle Gellar seven more years of television success and adapted a semi-forgotten Kristy Swanson movie into a layered, sometimes absurd and always worth-talking-about cult classic.
Caesar the tiger has a medical condition that requires he swim to strengthen his leg.
It's always nice to see old traditions kept alive, but is it really a good idea to swim while wearing armor.
Out of habit, after I watched the season premiere of Saturday Night Live this past weekend, I called it awful, because it followed the same old formula of opening strong and slowly trailing off into laziness.
Ryan Lochte (host Seth MacFarlane) stops by Weekend Update to discuss his favorite new TV shows.