NSFW Warning – Language
When a news-person slips up and swears on the air on accident, there’s just something so much more enjoyable about the curse than if a person on the street had the filthy mouth. Naturally, there are few mistakes more funny than when an F-bomb is dropped on live air.
Sifting through the web to find all the buried F-bomb treasures can be time consuming, so Funny Local News did the work for everyone, creating this ultimate F-Bombs on the news blooper reel.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/01/17/ultimate-f-bombs-on-the-news-bloopers/
Jimmy Kimmel invited his five year old friend Arden Hayes back onto his late night program to further embarrass adult viewers.
This time, Jimmy quizzes the child prodigy on world geography. The kid not only knows every country, but he even knows their capitals like the back of his hand.
Already, this day old video has amassed over 400,000 views, and is only spreading more!
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/11/07/five-year-old-genius-arden-hayes-knows-world-geography-better-than-you/
Gustavo Almadovar is a local news reporter at channel 9 Eye Witness News in Orange County with a big online presence. He already has such a unique name and it is only exaggerated by the way he pronounces it, always moving his head at the start of ‘Almadovar.’
This video compilation of the reporter signing off by closing with his name was published way back in 2008, but it has only now gone viralviral. In the past few days, the video has amassed over 350,000 views, and has been covered on popular blogs, like TheDailyWhat, DailyPicks, IrenesInternet, and 22Words.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/11/15/reporter-with-unique-name-gustavo-almadovar-signing-off-compilation/
Zachary Levi attends ‘Honeymoon In Vegas’ Broadway Opening Night at Nederlander Theatre on January 15, 2015 in New York City.
Image: Robin Marchant/Getty Images
PASADENA, Calif. — Zachary Quinto may not be coming back for NBC’s Heroes: Reborn, but they’ve found another Zach from the network family to bring the franchise back.
NBC announced Friday former Chuck star Zachary Levi will lead the forthcoming 13-episode miniseries, which will premiere later this year.
Network chairman Bob Greenblatt declined to give details on Levi’s character, but NBC and creator Tim Kring have said in recent months that Reborn will largely focus on new characters.
The exception to that, of course, is Jack Coleman’s Noah, who signed on to the show back in June 2013.
So far, Coleman is the only alum whose signed on for the reboot. Over the summer, Quinto told Mashable that he was unlikely to appear on Reborn as he’s moved on from the experience.
“The idea of going back to a character that’s so archetypal and iconic is something I have a little bit of a hard time wrapping my mind around,” Quinto said in June. “I wish them 100 percent the best and even if I can’t be a part of it, I can’t wait to watch it.”
The casting marks Levi’s return to NBC since starring on cult favorite series Chuck, which ran for five season.
BONUS: Zachary Levi and Bert Sing “A Lovely Sunny Day”
Read more: http://mashable.com/2015/01/16/zachary-levi-heroes-reborn/
The BBC special, A History of Ancient Britain, shows us the secret way people made swords in old Britain. I really don’t understand the method they used, but science is awesome. They heat up a metal until it melts and pour it into a mold. A little of the melted metal spills and looks like the blood of the devil.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2011/05/03/making-sword-old-fashion-way-in-few-minutes/