As he gets ready to take over The Tonight Show, it’s segments like his serialized “History of Rap” which show how he has grown the talk show format into a catch-all of out-of-character fun for his guests and viewers.
What?! You don’t own a slow cooker? Pop some tags at a thrift shop and pick up at least a six-quart Crock Pot. They are magic.
I enjoy hearing Morrissey talk more than I can stand him singing, and that’s only when he isn’t offended by a ham on rye.
“Only because you make me miserable! We never do a damn thing because you’re too scared! You want only the joy you find in your own head!”
What did my sister mean when she said I never wear pants that “fit”?
“I have actually found a chapel that will let you marry someone that most people would consider a fictional character.”
Eric Finzi, a dermatologist with a new book studying the physiology of facial expressions, has been doing the media rounds actively advocating for the use of Botox to make people smile in order to fight depression.
The very nature of being a famous artist can often push otherwise stable people into dark corners, be it drug abuse, spousal abuse, or suicide.
Welcome back, people who either hate or love this show with a fervent passion!
Watching cable news attempt to predict the next pope was almost harmful to ones’ dreams of what our culture should be.