“Well, actually…” Key & Peele‘s penultimate episode featured three sketches where astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson weaseled his way out of arguments with his wife by rattling off trivia and creating CGI out of thin air, Cosmos-style.
In a quest to create his own backyard flying machine, one man built a crazy rig which uses a matrix of 54 drone-style rotors to lift him off the ground. As one YouTube commenter put it: “I believe we have something like this already. It’s called a helicopter.”
Their Clash of the Titans parody might not exactly timely, but Sesame Street’s lesson about focusing and paying attention is still amusing, as Cookie Monster aka Furseus is tested by a cow named Moodusa on his quest to reach Zeus at Mount Olympus Diner.
(PG-13 Language) An employee who’s eager to impress receives one simple order while handling the food for a meeting: only sales associates can have bagels. What could go wrong?
Like the moment that made Ron Burgundy coin the phrase, when something escalates quickly it’s usually for the worse. But this Thai commercial is the opposite, showing us what could happen if an alcoholic dropped his habit.
(PG-13) Last Week Tonight‘s John Oliver loves lying about history so much that he will release the book that he also lied about in a previous episode. Here’s a sample of lies from the book. So… will the show return or not?
Drone pilot Kevin Miller was shooting aerial footage above a giant wind turbine when he came across an unexpected surprise – a man relaxing in the sun on top of the 200 foot-tall windmill. Fortunately, he had his clothes on.
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