It seems like everyone follows the exact same celebrities on Twitter.
Ashton Kutcher, Tom Hanks, Alyssa Milano, Bronson Pinchot from TV’s Perfect Strangers.
OK, not Bronson Pinchot.
We live in an unjust world.
But today, I’ll introduce you to a few people who are celebrities in their own...
If you’re not following the World Cup, you’ve missed the hilarious drama and in-fighting of Team France. They were eliminated after they suspended players, had a strike, and well, acted like babies.
Don’t worry. I re-created the entire debacle for you.
Babies donated by ShutterStock.
Behind every great actress in Hollywood, there's a Ricky Blitt. Staring, breathing, blinking.
This is the second part of my conversation with Ricky Blitt, producer, writer, wearer of mustard-stained sweatpants with alarming crotch-holes. For the first part, click here.
I feel like chicks would...
The creator of this show, Romantically Challenged, had enough time to answer my offensive questions.
I had a rare chance to talk to Ricky Blitt, the former exec producer and writer of Family Guy, as well as creator of Romantically Challenged. Obviously, I screwed it up. Here’s the full text...
SuperDouche is back! This time, he’s educating a young celebrity on how to be less annoying on Twitter. This video has horrible language and bad computer voices.
You were expecting Spielberg?
You can follow me on Twitter. here.
Missed Conan O’Brien on 60 Minutes last night?
NBC and Leno may have orchestrated his last mess, but he’s the only one to blame for this interview. I’m a fan of Conan. I really am.
But this was just awful.
Here are five reasons why this interview was a bad mistake.
Some of you joined Twitter for one reason.
You need access to their minds. Their non-refundable nuggets of wisdom.
You’ve joined Twitter for this:
The biggest thrill is when a celebrity follows you. You’ve been chosen.
And you can totally throw it in the faces of others.
Jesse James is facing a massive storm of electrical hate today amid allegations that he cheated on super hot Sandra Bullock.
Jesse and I are friends.
Jesse and I are e-friends.
Also a lie.
Jesse and I followed each other on Twitter and he agreed to do an article with me on Tremendous News.
Oscar night for me is like Superbowl night for real men.
Or for women who are more manly than I.
Of which there are a lot of.
If you didn’t watch the Oscars last night, I will briefly summarize the experience for you by compiling five of the creepiest moments.
1. Mo’nique Over-Thanking...
As the Super Bowl quickly approaches, here’s our hero Super Douche teaching you what to say to ruin anyone’s party.
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