Miami is notorious for its bad drivers. We know that it would be futile to try and teach you (yes, you) about things like the "speed limit" and that there is a difference between a yellow light and a freshly turned green light, but we figured someone should at least give you assholes a bit of a refr ... More >>
Cartoon and comic strip characters have favorite foods just like real people. Their tastes seem to be rather humble, too -- pizzas, burgers, and sandwiches are often the craving, not filet mignon with sauce Béarnaise or inside-out sushi rolls. Here are ten food addictions of penciled-in (but not ... More >>
In the thrilling conclusion to South Park's recent three-part super hero themed saga (in which we finally get some incite into why it is Kenny can die every episode but come back alive like nothing happened the next) Cartman once again lampoons LeBron James' now infamous Nike commercial in which ... More >>
South Park works in fast and mysterious ways. LeBron James' new "What Should I Do?" Nike ad only premiered last week, and the team found a way to write it into the conclusion of a two part episode lampooning the BP oil spill.
Was young Rick Scott a ginger?Despite winning the Republican nomination to run for Governor, Floridians may not know that much about the early life of Rick Scott, the self-funded Naples billionaire with a shady business past. Despite rumors to the contrary, he apparently is not Lord Voldermort. N ... More >>
Ohmigod! Five seasons in, South Park's the funniest show on TV.
As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad