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10 Things You Didn’t Know About ‘Family Matters’
Sure, you ate Urkel-O's and can do a fairly spot-on "Did I do thaaaat??" But how well do you really know 'Family Matters'? We've culled together some not-so-common knowledge on the show to see if you're a genuine nerd, or just a Stefan in disguise...
Watch Bill Murray’s Spectacular ‘Letterman’ Entrance
To celebrate David Letterman's 20th anniversary of working on CBS, Bill Murray showed up and made quite a spectacle.
15 Cartoons Better at Twerking Than Miley
If Miley Cyrus' performance at the VMA has turned you off of twerking, or if you just find cartoon butts bouncing around hilarious, this is for you.
Fake ‘Man of Steel 2′ Trailer Shows Ben Affleck As Batman Could Be Awesome
Let this fake trailer for 'Man of Steel 2' with Bryan Cranston and Ben Affleck put your troubled mind at ease.
Disney Favorites Get Awesome 8-Bit Treatment
An artist on Tumblr has given all your favorite Disney characters old-school video game makeovers.
Watch Two Stuntwomen Reenact the Chicken Fight From ‘Family Guy’
With enough money, you can pay two famous stuntwomen to reenact the epic chicken fight scene from 'Family Guy.' That's what happened here.
Open Your Wallet — Choose Your Own Adventure Has a Kickstarter
The folks behind Choose Your Own Adventure books are back, and this time they want to revolutionize cartoons -- and they need your help.
Just a Video of a Cat Playing With a Dolphin, NBD
Yup, you know, hop on the boat, take it for a drive, FILM THE CAT PLAYING WITH A DOLPHIN FOR A BIT ... just your typical Friday, really.
Guy Gives Neighbor a Ride, Gets Best Vine Ever
This Vine made Yoeslan Alfaro will make you happy pretty much every six seconds, and he didn't even plan it.
Artists Make Signs for Boston Homeless, Share Their Stories
Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope buy signs from homeless people in the Boston area for $10 and give them a new hand-painted sign in its place. They also share the stories of these people on their Tumblr Signs for the Homeless to raise awareness.