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Here's a new version of the Jersey Shore punch (starring doggies!)

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 29th 2009 1:26PM
This might be the stupidest thing you see on the web all day, but it also happens to be one of the cutest. It's a recreation of the now infamous scene from Jersey Shore (cut by MTV but seen everywhere anyway) of Snooki being punched in the face in the bar. Only this time it's done by dogs!

On a related note, has a bartender in NJ created a "Jersey Shore Punch" yet?

[via Best Week Ever]

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What You Missed Last Night: Real Animals, Fake Arms

by Bob Sassone, posted Jun 26th 2009 7:26PM
Last night, Bruno appeared on The Tonight Show and did a dance on Conan's desk, thrusting his crotch into the host's face several times. I am not going to show that video (honestly, has a character worn out its welcome so much before a movie even opens?). Instead, here's video from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon of a duck smoking outside of a bar.

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CW's Reaper targets the hipster bar crowd

by Kevin Kelly, posted Sep 18th 2007 4:41PM
Reaper Coaster
I stopped by my local alehouse with some friends the other night, to hoist a few and talk about the upcoming Fall TV season. Imagine my amazement when, lo and behold, what should appear on the bar in front of me? Coasters for the CW's upcoming comedy / sci-fi show, Reaper.

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South Park: D-Yikes!

by Adam Finley, posted Apr 12th 2007 12:05PM

south park(S11E06)

Mrs. Garrison: Kids, I need to tell you something that you might find a little shocking: I'm gay.

Stan: Again?

Longtime fans of South Park know that Mr./Ms. Garrison is a mercurial sexual beast. S/he's now been both straight and gay as a man and as a woman, but the one constant that remains is that whatever her preference happens to be that week, she takes it very seriously.

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Spike has the MANswers

by Adam Finley, posted Apr 3rd 2007 1:02PM

questionMANswers, a new game show for Spike centering on the kind of questions men want to ask but don't find "socially acceptable" will be given a nine-episode run and will debut sometime this fall. The show will pit contestants against one another and include re-enactments and interviews with experts.

Variety reports that some of these so-called "socially unacceptable" questions include "how long can a man survive on just beer?" and "what's the best organ to eat if you're a cannibal?"

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Moral Orel: Maturity

by Adam Finley, posted May 12th 2006 9:01PM

moral orel(S01E09)

Dad: You need to start behaving like more of an adult around here.

Orel: But dad, I'm only twelve.

Dad: That's no excuse. Why your own personal hero, Jesus, was very mature at your age.

Orel: He was?

Dad: Of course. At twelve he was already busy proving the Jews wrong.

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Andy Dick walks into a bar....

by Adam Finley, posted May 1st 2006 1:02PM
andy dickPolysexual comedian Andy Dick has, in his own manic way, become the Andy Kaufman of the new century. It's not always evident where his act ends and reality begins, and he's been known to drive his fellow actors insane by never making it exactly clear where that line is. I mention this because the gay blog Queerty has some gossip about the insane funnyman, and I'm not quite sure if it was a result of Andy just having some fun, or actually, well, living up to his last name. Apparently, Andy stopped by a gay bar while in New Orleans shooting an episode of Celebrity Poker Showdown (well, after shooting the episode, they didn't film it in a gay bar). Anyway, according to rumor, Andy ordered a drink and then walked away, claiming he didn't have to pay for it because he was a celebrity. After a heated exchange, Dick paid for his drinks, and then groped a female patron. I'd like to think it was just Andy being Andy, trying to get a rise out of the bartender while intending to pay for the drinks all along. Not paying for your drinks, especially in a city trying to get back on its feet after the Katrina disaster, seems like, in more ways than one, a dick move.

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