When the Fox Network launched 25 years ago, the “fourth network” was known more for its second run movies than its original programming. ‘The Simpsons,’ which is in its 23rd season, was one of the station’s first breakout hits and helped to make it the prime time powerhouse that it is today.
‘The Simpsons‘ celebrated Fox’s 25th anniversary Sunday night with a special message for its parent network. “Congratulations FOX on 25 years…We still love you,*” it read. But there was more.
Just call her the “Secretary of Fun.” Hillary Clinton, who was in Cartagena, Colombia this weekend for the Summit of The Americas, was seen drinking and dancing along with a posse of female aides late Saturday night at a club called Café Havana.
Newark mayor Corey Booker arrived home last night to find his neighbors’ home on fire. His security detail, led by officer Alex Rodriguez, had preceded him home and had already gotten most of the residents out of the burning building.
But one more woman remained, and when Booker heard this, he insisted that he enter the house to rescue her.
Between 10 and 18 tornadoes ripped through the Dallas area on Tuesday. Homes were destroyed, vehicles were tossed around like rag dolls and residents frantically sought shelter. And many folks captured the wreckage on their video cameras and phones.
CBS’s late night schedule is set for the next couple years. On Monday the network announced that ‘The Late Show’ host David Letterman and ‘The Late, Late Show’ headman Craig Ferguson have both had their contracts renewed through 2014.
When he completes his new contract, Letterman will have been a late night talk show host for 32 years, which would break the record previously held by former ‘Tonight Show’ host Johnny Carson.
When one thinks of Bobby Knight, the mind conjures up images of red-faced rage and chairs skidding across a field house floor. But age has mellowed the 71-year old, and Knight now prefers a good nap to the angry histrionics of his past.
A video of a man wearing an awesome Batman suit whose black Lamborghini was pulled over in Maryland for not having proper tags went viral last week. And why wouldn’t it?
Well, it turns out the man behind the mask isn’t really Bruce Wayne, despite having a couple hundred grand to blow on a fine Italian sports cars. But Lenny B. Robinson, a 48-year-old businessman from Baltimore County, is a hero in his own right.
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