Think of everything that describes the cartoon cat Garfield. Fat. Orange. Loves pizza. Fat. Lazy. Funny… Fat. Now imagine that there’s a cat in real life that embodies most of these qualities and what you get is Orazio, the fattest cat in Italy.
To the delight of ‘Mad Men‘ fans everywhere, Jon Hamm, John Slattery and the rest of the cast returned to the small screen Sunday for the premiere of season 5. While we couldn’t be happier to finally get to watch Christina Hendricks try to squeeze her busting bust line into a tight dress once again, we have to face facts that this happy time also comes with the worst of times.
We’re referring of course to the dreaded ‘Mad Men’ collection for Banana Republic.
In the likely event you’re not like us and don’t have the time to invest hours (and we mean solid hours) of your life into killing as many aliens as you can muster in ‘Mass Effect 3’, you might want to take a gander at ‘Mass Effect Infiltrator.’
St. Patrick’s Day is coming up fast, and you know what that means? You’ll soon be crawling through pubs, plumping up your beer belly and pinching everyone not wearing green. Even if you’ve already got your costume planned out, chances are your pooch is feeling left out.
Thanks to Zooey Deschanel and ‘Saturday Night Live,’ we now finally have a song worthy to be the theme for Valentine’s Day. Sure there are all those classic ballads from the ’80s and ’90s, but there’s none quite like the one Deschanel performed during her opening monologue on Saturday that truly sums up what the day of love is all about.
What would it be like if Cee Lo Green and Matthew McConaughey got freaky on the beach together (and by “freaky” we mean drinking wheat grass and masculine smoothies, of course)? To answer this question, ‘Saturday Night Live‘ had to give Cee Lo his own talk show and dress Channing Tatum up as the laid-back sex symbol.
He’s a player, he’s a pilot, he’s a party animal, he’s Quagmire. No other character on television has the same level of game or confidence when it comes to the ladies, but the real-life version of this ‘Family Guy‘ star may actually be on par.
Whenever we hear the phrase, “To infinity and beyond,” we automatically think of Buzz Lightyear, that brave little action figure from the ‘Toy Story‘ movies with the heart of gold. Now, thanks to the creativity of 3D artist Raoni Nery from Brazil, we have something a little bit more realistic to look up to.
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