DuckTales may have only run for three seasons in the late 1980s, but fans of the original show still have fond memories of the series, as well as the show’s excellent theme song. Anyone who has ever caught an episode of DuckTales can probably remember composer Mark Mueller’s signature “Woo-oo’s” and this week, Disney has recreated the theme song sequence at the beginning of DuckTales using actual ducks.
Jimmy Fallon's trip to Orlando continues to pay off, not only in its promotion of Universal Studios Orlando just in time for the summer season, but also to entertain us with goofy park shenanigans. Yesterday, it was a trip to the yet-to-be-opened Diagon Alley section of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter for a wand fitting with Higgins. Today, Jimmy Fallon has treated Kevin Hart to a roller coaster ride... one Hart seems reluctant to take.
Cersei Lannister has a real way with words. The woman knows how to deliver a biting remark, and that's as much a credit to Game of Thrones' writing and source material as it is to Lena Headey's timing and line delivery. Everything from the accent to the facial expressions to the inflection combines for some truly great Cersei moments in the HBO series...
While Universal Studio's Wizarding World of Harry Potter still hasn't set an official date for the opening of their hugely anticipated Diagon Alley section of the Orlando park, promotions for the park have been popping up here and there to remind us that it's coming.
As you can probably imagine, Game of Thrones' Hodor would be pretty terrible at Family Feud. Ok, in truth, Hodor would probably be bad at any game show that didn't involve all the answers being "Hodor," the one word he ever speaks. But it's still especially funny watching him come up with straight-0s in the final round of Family Feud, as presented to us by Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Game of Thrones has been known to feature some really tough dads. So it's fitting that the premium cable channel would release a video, celebrating the approaching Father's Day, which just so happens to coincide with the Season 4 finale of the beloved fantasy drama series. Go ahead and bask in the glow of these memorable father moments.
MAJOR SPOILERS ahead if you haven't seen last night's episode of Game of Thrones. Jon Snow may know nothing, but Jon Bon Jovi has always known a thing or two about love, and he knows what gives it a bad name.
"We need you to get out there," John Oliver urged to internet commenters everywhere on Sunday night. "And for once in your lives, focus your indiscriminate rage in a useful direction. Seize your moment, my lovely trolls. Turn on caps lock and fly my pretties, fly! Fly!" Along with that rallying cry, Last Week Tonight host John Oliver presented the link to FCC.Gov/Comments, encouraging people to lodge their complaints with the FCC
Ricky Gervais paid a visit to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Naturally, words were exchanged. And not just the usual funny words one might expect from comedic-minded people like Ricky Gervais and Jimmy Fallon. The two engaged in an actual word game during Gervais' interview.
As a young child, it’s very difficult to earn things on your own. Before report cards and before soccer games, pretty much everything little kids receive is simply given to them. There’s no effort required, which is part of the reason why Halloween candy can be so treasured. Beyond its delicousness and its sugar-related properties, it’s something little kids actually do for themselves.
With so many performers at the beginning of the competition, Dancing With The Stars is always looking for an exciting, yet clean way to introduce the cast. Typically, the show goes the safe route and simply introduces each couple as if they were walking into a very formal event. Not this season.
What would Battlestar Galactica look like if it were Friends instead? We'll never know, and it's nearly impossible to picture. The sci-fi drama was anything but a 90s sitcom. And yet, one clever fan managed to give us a glimpse of such a scenario by setting BSG clips to the Friends classic theme song "I'll Be There For You," by the Rembrandts.
Let's face it, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is an unlikely story. But comics and cartoons do tend to take some liberties when it comes to scientific accuracy. The above cartoon, which was recently shared at Fox's ADHD YouTube channel, depicts the Ninja Turtles and their potentially disease-ridden rodent mentor Splinter in a more scientifically accurate light. Needless to say, it gets weird. Like bleeding shells and turtle penises weird.
Comedian Paul Scheer created BreakingGifs.com to post the best Breaking Bad related GIFs found around the internet. Then he recently posted a video which not only featured a cameo from creator Vince Gilligan but also promised that something big would be happening in the near future. And the future is now. They just launched a viral campaign to promote the upcoming season where one piece of Breaking Bad related art will be revealed every week.
When we first covered The CW's plans to make the musical chairs inspired game show, Oh Sit!, David made the joke that perhaps we'd soon see extreme television versions of other favorite childhood games. He even offered a suggestion to the vacuum of ideas that is the entertainment industry. Taking up where he left off, Jimmy Kimmel Live decided to make a trailer for their own game show called Duck You