The people who edit these movies for cable television are true heroes.
We sat down with a state-certified high school umpire from the Midwest to find out what it's like to make a whole stadium full of people hate you, day after day.
Allow us to introduce you to a crazy land mine defuser, a ruthless pirate queen and a gay revolutionary war hero who was half Rambo/half Santa Claus.
It turns out Roland Emmerich's method of making movies interesting has some practical use in the real world.
I cried the first time I saw Prince in concert. I was in my 30s.
Tracking down the lizard people was surprisingly simple. All I had to do was write an interview request on a postcard and drop it in the mail. Didn't even need an address.
Southland was a TNT drama about the lives of a bunch of cops in Los Angeles ... except for the brief, magical moment when it was about Shaquille O'Neal talking about boobs.
Groot spends a lot of time being useless when he's clearly the most powerful of the group.
Our hope is everyone just took a ton of drugs before filming these scenes.
Two years ago we told you the tales of some of the most badass people lost to the annals of history.
They say salt is bad for you, but not in the way you're thinking.
For Blockbuster and Kmart employees, showing up for work every day was like watching grandma slowly lose her mind.
Who doesn't want to watch 'Sopranos In Space'?
Who wouldn't want to take a slide down from the top of a skyscraper.
Note to aspiring thespians: Invest in manicures.
When is Gandalf going to show up riding on Falkor to fight the army of sleestaks? What's this show about again?
How long do you think it takes conspiracy theorists to turn nasty after a national tragedy? A year? A month? Nope: Immediately.