Jim talked about his process of writing a TV show with his writing partner: his wife! We also blamed him for the Dukes of Hazzard being taken off TV Land, since that's the channel his new show airs on. Jim is a father of five, so we also wanted to know if he's planning on having a bunch more kids and taking on the Duggars.
Each Thursday on the show, we play Dumber Than Zane Trivia for a $500 cash prize. Due to some instances of cheating in the past, we now require that all of our contestants be blindfolded and use GoToMeeting so we can watch them play and ensure that they are not cheating.
Plus, it gives us a chance to see what the person taking on Zane (or in this case, Hot Wings) in a battle of wits actually looks like!
You'd think that if you got shot, you'd know about it immediately, right? Well, that wasn't the case for this lady.
While out with friends on the Fourth of July, she was under the impression that she was hit in the leg with a rogue firework (which is something that could conceivably happen on the Fourth). But after the pain didn't go away and it wouldn't stop bleeding, she was told by a doctor that she had a bullet lodged in her leg!
Steve Martin and Martin Short are in the middle of a comedy tour called A Very Stupid Conversation. During their show Friday night at the Majestic Theater in San Antonio, David Letterman made a surprise appearance to rip on Donald Trump!
When people think about professional wrestling, Hulk Hogan is one person who immediately comes to mind. Many of his "legendary" matches still excite professional wrestling fans, but a lot of people don't know about his humble beginning.
The Hulkster made his debut in 1979 against some no name who's probably dead by now. Hogan busted out his famous moves such as a punch to the head, body slam and suplex. However, this was before he started doing the most devastating, deadly move: the leg drop.
This show seems like it will be one of the most boring shows that has ever graced the screen of a television.
MTV is debuting a show called White People, which is all about five young white people talking about their racial identity. They talk about a wide range of topics like white guilt, white history, and white privilege.
A radio host in Orlando suffered a seizure on the air recently, resulting in some heavy bertations.
About an hour and a half into his morning show on Z88.3, Ellis B. Feaster and his cohost were in the middle of a talk break when the noises that were coming out of his mouth did not match what he was trying to say. After slurring his speech, he passed out on the floor in the studio and his coworkers had to call 911.
Back in April, we talked about a new Japanese gameshow where contestants would attempt to sing karaoke while receiving HJs from attractive women. We thought, at the time, that we had finally reached the peak of weirdness for TV shows. Turns out that's not the case.
There's a new Japanese game show set to premiere soon, and its title loosely translates to The Handjob Competition.
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