Back in October, Jimmy Kimmel asked parents to film themselves telling their kids that they ate all their Halloween candy and then upload the video to YouTube. The resulting prank became a viral hit. On Monday, Kimmel struck again, asking parents to give their kids terrible early Christmas gifts and then film the results.
Needless to say, the kids were not happy. But you will be when you see their cute reactions.
Recently, we showed you the footage of KEYC anchor Annie Stensrud’s, um, interesting on-air mumbles. Now David Letterman has something to say about it. On his show the other night, Letterman showed the clip and presented his list of the ‘Top Ten Signs Your Local News Team Is Drunk.’
If you can’t tell by Alec Baldwin’s feud with American Airlines over the whole Words with Friends fiasco, the actor just can’t seem to leave well enough alone. You knew that ‘SNL’ was going to do something about it, but Baldwin actually appeared on the show.
And how did he appear? As the pilot of the American Airlines flight he was kicked off of!
The new holiday movie ‘New Year’s Eve’ stars just about every actor or actress currently working in Hollywood. Which gave the folks over at Funny or Die for a fake sequel to the flick titled ‘Christmas Eve.’ It has 76 characters, 41 plotlines, and probably a huge payroll.
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