Here’s a clever bra campaign, designed around the idea of the right and the left coming together in the form of political leaders’ faces drawn on boobs, and cupped into a push-up bra.
I've seem my share of political boobs, but they’re usually at a podium on the House floor.
 The power of social media buzz has worked its magic and caused SyFy to announce they are already planning to make a sequel to Sharknado!
Pleasenado don’tnado makenado anothernado piecenado ofnado shitnado Sharknado. Thanksnado!
 Jimmy Fallon’s guest Kristen Wiig got bumped this week, when Fallon announced a special superstar was stopping by the show. The audience went nuts as number 23, Michael Jordan – or rather, Kristen Wiig as Michael Jordan – walked out.
The last time I saw a white woman playing a black man was...well, when
Comic Con is in full force, as seen here in the front row at X-Box’s Halo Waypoint panel (and our own photo diary).
You know you’re at Comic Con when the loner in the second row with a handlebar mustache and a wife-beater becomes the
most scary thing in the room.
 The always-inappropriate Jason Mewes sat on his throne and dumped dished about five of the most embarrassingly awkward moments from Comic Con’s past.
, the only embarrassingly awkward moments come when we have to go number 2