The triumphant (and final) return of 'Breaking Bad' this Sunday, August 11, has gotten people all jazzed up and doing strange things. Some of our friends are throwing parties. Others refuse to let anyone into their homes. People without cable have sworn off Facebook from Sunday until they get a chance to watch the show. It's insanity. Here's how people are preparing themselves.
You probably didn't realize you needed to watch Stephen Colbert dance to the entirety of Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky,' but you do. It certainly doesn't hurt that some of his friends show up, especially when his friends include Hugh Laurie, Jeff Bridges, Matt Damon and Bryan Cranston.
As a special treat in honor of the DVD release of the final season of 'The Office,' this little gem has been made available to us. It's a highlight reel of auditions for the show, with some pretty notable faces. Bob Odenkirk, Adam Scott and Seth Rogen all tried out for the show and didn't make it.
We don't know which challenge would be greater in this scenario -- conquering your fears or conquering your bowels. Regardless, this brave man, Josh, managed to do both when his buddy took him up in the air for an "aerobatics" flight, after learning that he's afraid of flying.
If you want hoardes of ladies to smooch on you, apparently you only need a couple of things. Armed with a clipboard, a hose, a reasonable degree of attractiveness and a willingness to talk about 'The Notebook' in public, this guy got a pretty respectable degree of action.
Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope buy signs from homeless people in the Boston area for $10 and give them a new hand-painted sign in its place. They also share the stories of these people on their Tumblr Signs for the Homeless to raise awareness.
Shark Week is here! Shark Week is here! We can finally stop living like it's Shark Week, because it's actually Shark Week! We're not the only one's who are excited by the prospect -- these animals also seem pretty geared up. (We're going to pretend the costumes were their idea, and not their owners.)
In the same vein as that incredibly magical rendition of 'All I Want for Christmas Is You,' Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and a bunch of grade school instruments are once again making awesome music. This time it's a cover of Robin Thicke's nonstop hit 'Blurred Lines.'
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