Weatherman Brian Niznansky of NBC26 in Green Bay, Wisconsin cemented his spot in the Ron Burgundy Hall of Shame when he proved that, like Will Ferrell’s famous ‘Anchorman’ character, he will read anything that is put on the Teleprompter.
The hangover has subsided, and the noise makers and funny hats have been thrown away, so now New Year’s revelers are just left with the resolutions they made when the clock struck midnight. Unfortunately, most of us may even throw those out as well.
Just like us humans are fascinated by the behavior of animals, and enjoy interacting with our furry friends when we have the opportunity, some animals display similar curiosities toward other species in the animal kingdom.
Our nine favorite inter-species animal videos of 2011 are below.
It wouldn’t be Christmas time without Christmas movies, and even though the same half-dozen or so holiday classics tend to be played again and again during December two Christmas films folks are still not sick of are ‘A Christmas Story’ and ‘It’s a Wonderful Life.’
The premise of the holiday classic ‘Home Alone’ — that a family would forget their eight-year old as they left on a trip to France — is fairly absurd.
Although when you consider how many kids the McCallister clan had to keep track of, maybe it’s not so absurd. We’ve kept track of all of the actors who played the McCallister youngsters, and you can learn about what they are up to below.
While babies star in their share of adorable videos, the fun really starts when the young-ens grow up and learn to talk. Once they’re old enough to realize that a camera is on them, that’s when the cuteness meter really starts to go off the charts.
Here are ten of our favorite videos starring kids from 2011. Check them all out below and then vote for which one you think is the cutest. (For more on each video, click on the titles in blue.)
Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones are back in their familiar garb in the first trailer for ‘Men in Black III,’ which is scheduled to drop on May 25, ten years after ‘Men in Black II” and a decade-and-a-half after the original.
And this time, Will Smith’s alien-hunting agent is going back to the beginning of the ‘Men in Black’ program.
When Ivon Padilla-Rodriguez netted $100,000 in tuition money for winning a Dr. Pepper sponsored football-throwing contest during halftime of the SEC championship game, she was overcome with emotion.
Right after taking the prize Padilla-Rodriquez was interviewed, and the University of Nevada student showed her appreciation by tearfully declaring to a national television audience, “Dr. Pepper is seriously the best thing that has ever happened to me.”
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