With 1.1s left in the 2nd quarter against the Pacers, the Celtics made one hell of a buzzer beater. Sadly it won’t count, because Jae Crowder made the shot while inbounding the ball. From the other side of the court. Come on NBA, that has to be worth at least 1 point.
A pair of siblings team up to defeat the First Order. Duracell jumps on the Star Wars: The Force Awakens hype train in this action-packed holiday commercial. Oh yeah, it’s proof that Rey is a Jedi. We all know battery commercials are canon.
“Now, how many of you have taken a human life?” This past Halloween, Ryan Reyno– er, Wade Wilson rounded up the costumed critters in his neighborhood and forced them to form a superhero team with him.
(PG-13: Language) Last Week Tonight singles out US gubernatorial candidates who oppose Medicaid expansion in their states, despite their poor constituents’ dire need of it. The irony? At least one of them has received government aid for his ailing business.
As a marketing stunt for its Evolta batteries, Panasonic created this tiny train that runs on 600 of its flashlight batteries wired together. It runs on actual train tracks, though it looks ridiculous doing it.
Musician and sculptor Andy Thurlow has created not just one or two, but dozens of unique musical instruments, each of which makes strange and unusual sounds. He says he built them because he was tired of everything else sounding the same.