Famous internet cats are made, not born. In fact, all your favorite cat videos were meticulous storyboarded by a team of writers, and then produced in a high-tech studio using puppets and the latest in CGI animation?
Actually, that’s not true. But it’s the basis for the hilarious mockumentary, ‘Kittywood Studios: Cat Videos Incorporated,’ in which we learn the surprising origins of feline flick favorites like ‘A Very Angry Cat’ and ‘Keyboard Cat.’
While John Stamos could probably just get by on his good looks and ‘Full House’ residuals, the famous Lothario is also an expert cuddler, who — along with aide Bob Saget — generously shares tips on spooning and light petting in the College Humor short, “John Stamos’ Guide to Cuddling.”
After an extensive study which included screening 78 of the saddest scenes in movie history to 500 volunteers, researchers from Stanford University were able to determine that the final scene of 1979 boxing drama ‘The Champ‘ was the most tear-jerking of all.
After realizing there are hundreds of YouTube videos of people singing and dancing inside Apple Stores without the intrusion of staffers, comedian Mark Malkoff set out to test the limits of what one could get away with in the land of iPads and Genius Bars.
Malkoff’s stunts include a pizza delivery, donning a Darth Vader costume and wining and dining a date. See how they were received below:
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