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The creepy mysteries come fast and furious in Extant, CBS’ new sci-fi drama from Steven Spielberg’s Amblin TV, premiering July 9. Exhibit A: Marcus (Sergio Harford), the handsome ex-lover of Molly Woods (Halle Berry), unexpectedly shows up during her year-long solo space mission.

The series begins with the news that Molly came back from space pregnant–the question is how. Is Marcus the father? And how did he show up in space? And is he… Continue reading Watch Halle Berry’s steamy space encounter in ‘Extant’ — EXCLUSIVE VIDEO

Office6 L Trivia: Mike Judge Says Office Space Forced TGI Fridays to Eliminate Its Button Flair

At some point between your childhood and today, chain restaurants like TGI Fridays decided to get rid of the flair they had their servers wear. What is flair? Well, remember all those silly buttons waiters and waitresses would wear? Those were called “pieces of flair,” and if you’re familiar with the movie Office Space there’s a great running gag about said flair as it pertains… Continue reading Trivia: Mike Judge Says 'Office Space' Forced TGI Fridays to Eliminate Its Button Flair









488454003 Office Space Is Responsible for the Death of TGI Fridays Flair, Says Mike JudgeIn the cult classic workplace comedy “Office Space,” Jennifer Aniston’s character works at a chain restaurant that’s a not-so-subtle… Continue reading 'Office Space' Is Responsible for the Death of TGI Fridays' Flair, Says Mike Judge

spacejam See Which NBA Star Replaced Michael Jordan in This Hilarious Live Reading of Space Jam

Looney Tunes icon Chuck Jones hated it, kids loved it, and the rest of the world didn’t know what to make of it. We’re talking about Joe Pytka’s 1996 film Space Jam, of course. At the height of his popularity, basketball star Michael Jordan appeared in the movie as a mentor-captive to a slew of animated Looney Tunes characters as they planned

space+jam+live+reading This Space Jam Live Reading Is Almost as Ridiculous as the Movie (VIDEO)How now-adult children of the ’90s feel about “Space Jam” — the 1996 live action/animation hybrid starring all your favorite Looney Tunes characters and basketball stars including Michael Jordan — probably depends on just how much they loved the movie as a kid. But even an impartial observer would most likely agree that the movie’s premise (aliens kidnap the Looney Tunes… Continue reading This 'Space Jam' Live Reading Is Almost as Ridiculous as the Movie (VIDEO)