Aug 302014
Amazing Search Dog Can Smell Through Water And Mud

Man has leveraged the powerful sense of smell of dogs for thousands of years, but we still are just learning how amazing the canine nose really is. In this incredible video by BBC Earth, search and rescuer Neil demonstrates how astute the nose of his co-worker Fern is. Not only can she perfectly pinpoint the position of their test rescue victim six meters down at the bottom of a lake, but they discover that the target was also buried one meter deep in mud as well. Good dog!


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Jun 162014
Samuel L Jackson’s Recites His Famous Pulp Fiction Speech

Actor Samuel L. Jackson is a famous Hollywood actor well known for countless roles. One of his most iconic characters is Jules Winnfield from Pulp Fiction. And his most famous dialogue is Winnfield’s recitation of Ezekiel 25:17.

Sam was recently on the BBC‘s The Graham Norton Show and was asked by Graham if he still remembered the speech. Without hesitation, Sam recited the speech that still sends shivers down viewers’ spines. 


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Jun 012014
Seth MacFarlane Performs His Family Guy Voices

Seth MacFarlane is most famous for his popular animated show Family Guy. Nearly all the voices on the show are performed by Seth. While he was promoting his new movie A Million Ways to Die in the West on the BBC‘s Graham Norton Show, he performed and explained where he came up with  his famous voices. 


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May 262014
Jonah Hill’s Awkward Car Ride With Morgan Freeman

While visiting The Graham Norton Show, actor and comedian Jonah Hill recalled an awkward story from his early acting years. He was in a movie with Morgan Freeman and the two spent three days taping for a scene in the car. But besides for their lines, the two didn’t talk at all. Awkward… 

But just when it couldn’t get any more uncomfortable for the young actor, Morgan said the weirdest thing ever. 


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Apr 292014
‘Let It Go’ Dr Who Parody

The BBC‘s television program Dr. Who is huge with nerds in the US, so it’s no surprise that the show is one of the most popular programs on British television.  

Just for fun, Arthur Darvill, who plays Rory on Dr. Who, sang a gorgeous parody song The Ballad Of Arthur Darvill on BBC Radio to the tune of Let It Go from Disney’s smash hit Frozen

Even though they’re a little late to the Let It Go game, the performance has instantly gone viral!


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