Slacktory just posted a supercut of Saturday Night Live actors “breaking”-aka “corpsing,” aka not being able to keep from laughing mid-skit-from the show’s late-’70s golden age to the current cast.
Radio New Zealand chief executive Peter Cavanagh is to quit the state broadcaster next Friday, five months before the end of his contract, but he will not receive a “golden handshake”. In a statement the RNZ board said it had reached a mutual agreement with Cavanagh for him to leave early.
After 35 years of rocking out to Led Zeppelin, Andrew Johnson finally got to meet his childhood hero, the band’s lead singer Robert Plant.
Fox is pulling from websites a recent episode of Family Guy that depicts mass deaths at the Boston Marathon and has no immediate plans to air it again. Fox spokeswoman Gaude Paez says the episode has been removed from Fox.com and Hulu.com
Elisabeth Moss’ cheeks are pink from the cold and the excitement of her first helicopter flight.
Robert Plant has an unquenchable thirst for music that moves him. From his golden-haired, rock-god days as frontman for Led Zeppelin to his latest British urban, West African-inspired incarnation, The Sensational Shape Shifters
Two thousand students from the Georgia Institute of Technology stormed through Atlanta one night last week, whooping up and down Peachtree Street, pushing aside troopers who tried to bar their way, and generally raising hell. At the State Capitol, the boys pulled fire hoses from their racks, adorned the sculpt head of Civil War Hero John Gordon with an ashcan
Millions of Britons will be watching tonight as the nation’s public broadcaster gives the controversial leader of a far-right party his first appearance on prime time political television. Anti-fascist protesters gathered outside the studios of the British Broadcasting Corporation ahead of a pre-taped appearance on “Question Time” by British National Party leader, Nick Griffin.
Nationally syndicated radio host Tom Joyner raised his hand in victory. Nearly 100 years had passed since his great-uncles, Thomas Griffin and Meeks Griffin, were wrongfully executed in South Carolina.
Griffin O’Neal, the son of Ryan O’Neal, paints a vivid picture of violence, drugs and sexual infidelity surrounding the actor. In an emotionally explosive interview with CNN’s Larry King that aired Monday night, Griffin O’Neal claimed that: • His father attempted to shoot him and injured Griffin’s wife and him with a fireplace poker. • Ryan was habitually unfaithful to his partner Farrah Fawcett, who died of cancer June 25