Sesame Street’s “House of Cards” Parody Teaches Basic Math…with a Twist Ending

Feb 24, 2015 By Abraham 0

No strangers to breaking the fourth wall, Sesame Street tries its hand at one of the biggest other shows to do so these days: House of Cards.

In their version, House of Bricks, we encounter Frank Underwolf on his journey to take over the White Brick House…

Grandpa Can’t Track with Most TV Anymore Because of His Dementia…but He LOVES Jackass

Feb 23, 2015 By Abraham 0

You’ve never thought of “Jackass” as being a show that could be sweet. Until now.

Ashley Migneault’s Papa loves the series. His dementia has taken his mind past the point of being able to follow ordinary, story-based television. But a bit of gratuitously aggressive slapstick? Well, that’s perfect…

And in case you’re dying to know, here’s what he’s watching.

When a Man Goes to See “50 Shades of Grey” and There’s a News Crew at the Theater

Feb 18, 2015 By Abraham 0

A Danish news channel visited a local theater to cover the release of “50 Shades of Grey.” As they interviewed a woman for her reaction to the movie, they happened to accidentally capture a truly honest audience reaction in the background.

A truly honest reaction to being caught on camera at “50 Shades of Grey,” that is…

Via: Reddit

Have You Ever Been as Happy as This Weatherman Freaking Out on Television?

Feb 16, 2015 By Abraham 0

It is very rare for a snowstorm to be accompanied by thunder and lightning. So when meteorologist Jim Cantore happened to be out filming a segment on Winter Storm Neptune, he couldn’t help “geeking out” (as his own channel described it) when he witnessed it for himself.

And it wasn’t just once, either…

If you have something in your life that makes you even a tenth as happy as Mr. Cantore here, you’re in good shape.

20 Disney Movies That Are Based on Bizarre and R-rated Stories

Feb 11, 2015 By Megan Berman 0

Have you ever wondered how Disney came up with such wonderful stories? Even their oldest films still resonate with children and adults to this day.

For the most part, Disney stories are adaptations of classic fairy tales and novels from decades and sometimes centuries ago. And many of these, as it turns out, are actually horrifying, depressing, and just plain weird.

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The Fox and The Hound


Copper and Tod, a hound and a fox, grow up living right next to each other. The unlikely pair struggle to preserve their friendship, despite their emerging instincts and the surrounding peer pressure demanding them to be enemies, but they remain best friends forever.

Let’s just rip off the bandaid, and jump right in with what may be the most distressing thing you read today.

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