Melissa McCarthy's second time hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend proved what we always knew -- that this is one extremely talented and fearless comedian.McCarthy is never better than when she goes for broke. And she did on SNL, dancing to Push It for a ham bake off, eating day-old pizza, and ... More >>
On NBC's Saturday Night Live, Justin Timberlake played a mascot for a vegan restaurant waging a turf war against an irate sausage slinger. As a giant piece of singing and dancing tofu, Timberlake rapped about his love of kale, quinoa, and tofu mayonnaise. In between veganized renditions of "Freak Ou ... More >>
Fifty Shades of Grey, the erotic novel by E.L. James, became a breakout sensation, selling over 40 million copies and making the New York Times bestseller list. It's also been "roasted" by every comedian, literary critics, and Saturday Night Live for its bondage fantasy subject matter and less-than- ... More >>
This past weekend, English alt-rockers Muse had to step up and carry Saturday Night Live after guest host Daniel Craig made it abundantly clear during his monologue that comedy was foreign to him. Watching James Bond deliver punch lines was about as entertaining as a Schindler's List viewing party ... More >>
Saturday Night Live premiered its 38th season over the weekend, and as expected in an election year, kicked the political comedy into overdrive. Aside from the debut of a new Obama impersonator and a riff on Clint Eastwood's empty chair obsessions, the show got into some Florida specific (well, kind ... More >>
Our profile of Victoria Jackson, Saturday Night Live cast member turned Tea Party-lovin', Bible-thumpin' Fox News screamer, was published in several Village Voice Media newspapers yesterday. Jackson made clear late last night she thought it was a "hit piece" typical of the liberal media. She sent ... More >>
Get your popcorn ready.With genius work like "Bad Teacher," and "Big Brother 13" on the screen, we at Short Order think you need a drink. So check out the top ten weirdest, most outlandish, and highest "grossing" drinks in movie history.
Well, it's only been about seven years since Saturday Night Live first unveiled Rachel Dratch's Debbie Downer character, and Republicans are finally getting around to using it to spoof DNC chair and Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
"We're really pee-a-neering some new ta-rare-itory." South Beach was kind of insane this weekend. More so than usually. Exxxotica brought an ever so slight rise in the amount of creepy dudes and blonde girls with fakes tits and sad eyes, while the multiple roving gains of lesbians on Vespas can b ... More >>
The fourth season of Burn Notice, the number one series on cable, hasn't even hit the air yet, but USA has already renewed the Miami-set show for season five and six. In fact, the network's president Jeff Wachtel tells Variety that the decision to move the series from New Jersey to the sunny setting ... More >>
via TMZFresh off a skanky smack down at the hands of Tina Fey on this weekend's Saturday Night Live, Michelle "Bombshell" McGee is set to guest host at LIV. Yes, the lady famous for flirting with Nazi propaganda and giving Sandra Bullock's husband full range of her tattooed body will be coming to ... More >>
Two important things happened on the NBC television network this weekend. The Winter Olympics finally ended and Jennifer Lopez, who has been busy raising her twins, buying an apartment in Miami, and letting her husband buy a stake in the Dolphins, finally got back to the important work of being fam ... More >>
Unless your studio nickname is Babyface or you wear sunglasses with slats in them, the Grammys probably mean nothing to you. As a ego-massaging spectacle, the music industry's award show is even more irritating the Oscars. That being said, we think it's pretty awesome that "I'm on a Boat" -- the Sat ... More >>
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