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By now, you’ve probably seen the gifs and video footage of Eli Manning’s reaction to his brother, Peyton Manning, winning the Super Bowl this past weekend. Recently, Peyton Manning addressed the look that spread around the world earlier this week.
TV hosts, contestants and even reporters have flubbed a lot of “how to” moments in the past. Most of the time, the moments are really funny, but occasionally they manifest into something that looks quite a bit more harrowing. This one is rough.
Family Feud sees plenty of bloopers from contestants, but one woman may have earned the title of worst Feud contestant. Normally, a terrible answer results in a buzzer buzzing and the game moving on, but not this time, and it's pretty hilarious.
The Super Bowl is one of the biggest events of American culture each year, and not just for the football. The commercials are always at least as entertaining as the gameplay. One of the most memorable featured Steve Harvey. Check it out.
Last night, CBS did something unprecedented with its post-Super Bowl slot. The network chose to air The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in the slot, rather than a scripted comedy or drama.
The Super Bowl is a time for sharing food and rooting for a team. It’s a time for comraderie and friends, for boozing, barbecue and making snarky remarks about the apparel the musicians performing during the halftime show choose to wear.
New Zealand 3 News reporter Hilary Barry had a heck of a time trying to keep her act together when her news program featured a story about a Malaysian diplomat who was living in New Zealand when he took a dump on a woman’s property before assaulting her.
An ad campaign with Seth Rogen has been put online over the last few days, and today Bud Light released an epic ad featuring horses, Americana and even some pretty spiffy lines ripped straight from the script of Independence Day.
For some of us, however, the real highlights of Super Bowl Sunday each year are the commercials. Hyundai has beaten most other advertisers to the punch by releasing its big commercial ahead of time featuring Ryan Reynolds as we’ve never seen him before.
This year, for the 2016 Super Bowl advertisement season, PETA has amped things up a few notches, giving us a commercial that theorizes those who choose to be vegan have better sex. It’s pretty NSFW, hence why it got banned from the 2016 Super Bowl.
Just when we were beginning to think that it might be going away, the 2015 Miss Universe debacle gets another wrinkle. Miss Colombia and Steve Harvey themselves were the latest to bring up the flub when she appeared on Harvey’s daytime talk show.
It’s an ending that rarely happens on Jeopardy!. All three of the contestants bet big on the long-running game show, but unfortunately those big bets didn’t pay off and all contestants ended up with $0. Yes, that’s right, you can watch all three Jeopardy! contestants lose in the video.
Script theft in Hollywood is a more prevailing problem than you might guess. Sometimes scripts simply leak thanks to misguided actors or members of the creative team, who accidentally post parts online. And sometimes scripts are deliberately and insidiously released
I wasn’t sure that any local news video in 2016 could possibly beat some of the wild shenanigans we got in 2015, but I can now confirm it’s officially happened. This week, Tulsa resident Michelle Dobyne explained how she learned her building was on fire in what might be the most over-the-top story we’ve ever heard.
Steve Harvey’s infamous Miss Universe flub saw the wrong woman crowned as the winner for two minutes before he realized his mistake. Fortunately for Miss Colombia, this People’s Choice Awards’ spoof of the mishap was hilarious and gave her a little redemption.