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Salma Hayek Explains 'Extra' Snake Incident on 'Late Show' (VIDEO)

by Aimee Deeken, posted Jun 22nd 2010 5:25AM
Salma Hayek Talks 'Extra' Snake Scare on 'Late Show'It was the snake scare heard round the world -- well, sort of. Earlier this month Salma Hayek appeared on 'Extra' with 'Grown Ups' costars Maya Rudolph and Maria Bello to talk about the movie.

In the middle of filming, a 5-foot snake slithered toward them. Hayek crawled (in stilettos) onto the arm rests of their chairs and screamed, "Somebody do something!"

"There were like 40 people around us, ... all these tough guys," explained Hayek on the 'Late Show' (weeknights, 11:35PM ET on CBS). "They ran! The minute they saw the snake, they were gone. It was coming towards us and her head was up and she was hissing ... The macho man who saved us was Maria's hairdresser."

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Salma Hayek Faces a Snake Attack! (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Jun 10th 2010 10:55PM
Salma Hayek Faces a Snake Attack!Snakes! No one really likes them. No one that we know of, at least. Okay, maybe snakes like other snakes, but frankly, that's a complicated level of discussion that we're not really prepared to get involved in.

And actress Salma Hayek really doesn't like snakes. 'The View' (weekdays, syndicated) shares a clip of Salma encountering a snake during a press junket for her new film 'Grown Ups.' As soon as the reptile appears, Salma freaks out, climbing onto a chair and screaming "Somebody do something!" and "Noooooo!"

Yup, she hates snakes. To Salma's credit, she still remains remarkably adorable -- even while cowering on a chair and shrieking in a high-pitched voice.

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The Simpsons: Lisa on Ice

by Adam Finley, posted Jul 20th 2006 8:57AM

simpsons(S06E08) Me fail English? That's unpossible! -Ralph Wiggum

I have a friend who hates what he calls "Lisa episodes" of The Simpsons. It's a good-natured disagreement he and I have had for a long time, because I absolutely love "Lisa episodes." Almost every story ever written has a character that most reflects the writer's own personality, and I think Lisa is, to many of The Simpsons writers, exactly that character. She's the quiet, beleaguered outcast cursed to live in a completely illogical world; the only one who can clearly see the jive bullsh*t that is the guiding ethos of those around her.

A school assembly is held at the beginning of the episode, and Lisa learns she's failing gym. Her teacher says she won't fail Lisa as long as Lisa takes up a sport outside of school. After failed attempts at basketball and volleyball, she joins a rival hockey team opposite Bart's team when it's revealed she has a natural talent as a goalie. Milhouse, on the other hand, does not, even after being tied to the goal.

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Where's Urkel?

by Richard Keller, posted May 12th 2006 9:26AM

The UrkelOne day, while I was performing an inventory of my bird flu supplies and listening to a news story about the continuing rise of gas prices, a question of the utmost importance came to me. It was so world-shattering that I stopped counting the tunafish and powdered milk; stopped worrying about ten dollar-a-gallon gas. All I wanted to know was the answer to one question and one question only...

Where's Urkel?

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