The Weather Channel has never really needed a delay button before, but it may want to look into getting one now.
During a live broadcast from Hurricane Irene-ravaged Virginia on Saturday, reporter Eric Fisher was unexpectedly upstaged when a dude dressed in swim trunks ran behind him, pulled his trunks down and gave “weather front” a whole new meaning.
Whenever natural disasters strike, news stations often send out a few poor saps to report from the scene. With Hurricane Irene, we typically saw wind-whipped, rain-soaked correspondents in various locations talking about the storm’s fury.
But if there’s an award for Most Deserving of Hazard Pay, it has to go to Washington, DC Fox affiliate WTTG’s Tucker Barnes.
New data from the Highway Loss Data Institute, which uses auto insurance claims to track the cars most likely to be stolen or broken into, says the most popular car with thieves is the Cadillac Escalade.
It’s the fourth year in a row the luxury SUV has topped the list, with about 10 of every 1,000 Escalades on the road falling victim to criminals. In a statement, Escalade maker GM said a number of theft-deterrent systems, such as sensors and better steering column locks, have been added to newer Escalades to combat the problem.
When rebels stormed Moammar Gadhafi’s compound recently, they found some unusual things that revealed a lot about the Libyan leader. The most interesting item? An album containing dozens of photos of Condoleeza Rice, indicating he might have had a bit of a schoolboy crush on the former US Secretary of State.
About mid-way through, right after he delivered a line about how the cleaning crew “should thank their lucky stars this wasn’t Depard-two,” Cooper gets tickled at his own monologue — and that’s when it happened.
Christine O’Donnell — you may remember her from the disastrous “I’m not a witch, I’m you” senate campaign in 2010 — is making the media rounds to promote her new book, ‘Troublemaker.’ And on Wednesday’s ‘Piers Morgan Tonight,’ she gave the book’s title credence when she abruptly walked out of an interview with the CNN host.
Aside from voiceover work in the ‘Shrek’ franchise, the last time Mike Myers headlined on the big screen was in 2008′s disastrous box-office and critical flop, ‘The Love Guru.’
Now, the ‘Saturday Night Live’ alum is going back to the tried and true. He’s signed on to reprise the randy, dental-hygienically-challenged British spy Austin Powers in a fourth installment of the movie series.
If you saw the so-awful-it’s-sublime movie ‘Showgirls,’ you likely remember the scene in which someone compliments Nomi’s dress and she says, “Thanks! I bought it at Ver-sayce,” completely and embarrassingly butchering the pronunciation of designer label Versace.
If you’d like to recreate that moment for yourself, the YouTube channel Pronunciation Manual is here to “help.”
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