With election season in full swing, the ads are starting to turn negative, and now this weekly minute of entertainment has come under attack.
Pro tip for young “content creators”: The CBS Evening News does not begin with the phrase, “What’s up, CBS.”
“Here’s the Tower” welcomes guest host Michael Peterson from the Netflix series “The Staircase.” Okay, fine. It’s just my best impersonation of him.
If you find yourself in space, outside of the ship and without a space suit, don’t hold your breath. Doing so will cause you to die faster.
The desert is a fickle mistress and tonight Yucca County Deputies are responding to an incident out at the old Macklimmens property.
With your non-tax-deductible gift of just $650,000 or more we’ll give you the first 17 episodes of Here’s the Tower on a high-bias cassette tape and a small house in Louisville, Kentucky.
If you are a superfan of the Japanese reality show Terrace House, like I am, then you are familiar with the curse of having its theme song stuck in your head for weeks on end.
Beware! Outlaw comedian Rick Diamond’s humor isn’t for everyone. Some members of this audience simply aren’t prepared for his edgy brand of wisecracking.
This week’s episode is a family-friendly version of episode 7, which introduced the new swear phrases “Oh, it’s real windy out there” and “Samsung telephone!”
A musical experiment based on two sets of five beats followed by six beats.
Part 3: Even more details about how Hank Williams, Jr., arrived on the cover of a major label album wearing an unzipped, wide-lapeled terrycloth exercise jacket in a poorly-lit photo that looks like it was shot late one night when he got high and broke into a zoo.
You’d never eat a horse – that’s gross! But what if you could have all the succulent flavor of horse, without the guilt?
We can no longer trust John Hammond and International Genetic Technologies (InGen) to keep us safe. Has the time come to shut down Jurassic Park once and for all?
Scott Ritcher performs “Higher” by Rihanna
Part 2: A look behind the scenes of how Hank Williams, Jr., arrived on the cover of a major label album wearing an unzipped, wide-lapeled terrycloth exercise jacket in a poorly-lit photo that looks like it was shot late one night when he got high and broke into a zoo.