The folks at Bad Lip Reading are at it again.
They take clips from movies and TV shows and sporting events and redub the dialogue with pretty hilarious results.
This time, they're taking a crack at . The Walking Dead
Check it out - and see if you don't agree that apples have nothing to do with dolphins...
Liam Neeson's going strong with his Taken gold mine. The trailer for Taken 3 was released this week - it hits theaters in January.
Surprise. The bad guys with eastern European accents are back, and doing what they can to take out Neeson and his family.
They manage to kill his ex-wife - no spoiler alert, it's the big plot point - and frame her for the murder.
Naturally, he eludes the police and goes on a hunt - "I'm going to finish this!"
Again. Until it's time for Taken 4.
Olympic champion Michael Phelps is back in the news - this time after being arrested yesterday for driving under the influence in Baltimore.
This is his second arrest for the same offense - the first one coming ten years ago.
As so many do these days, he jumped on Twitter almost immediately to explain and apologize.
Who needs a lawyer or a publicist when you can Tweet?
Aretha Franklin appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman on Monday night, mashing up a cover of Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" with a rendition of "Ain't No Mountain High Enough."
The cover portion was a little awkward - maybe Adele's song wasn't quite right for her - but she really heated up on the second and closing part.
She's 72 years old, and she is still the Queen of Soul.
And that's why she earned a standing ovation. Check it out - see what you think.
During Monday night's football game between the New England Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs (which the Chiefs won in a drubbing, 41-14), Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah intercepted Tom Brady and took the ball to the end zone for a touchdown.
After scoring, Abdullan prostrated himself on the turf in a thankful prayer. The referee threw a flag and penalized Kansas City for unsportsmanlike conduct.
That led to a social media firestorm.
Early Tuesday morning, the NFL officially reversed the call.
Because if they were going to penalize Abdullah, they would have had to penalize every player on the Patriots bench too, praying for their offense to wake up.
A couple in Iowa went out to celebrate their sixth wedding anniversary and got some pretty lousy service at a local restaurant.
Twenty minutes to get water, 40 minutes for an appetizer, 60 minutes to get their entree.
But they realized it wasn't the waiter's fault - he was doing everything he could, handling 12 tables in a short-staffed situation.
And the couple - Makenzie and Steven Schultz - knew what it was like. They'd met working as waiters, and they felt for the overworked server.
So, instead of getting mad, they tipped him $100 on a $67 tab, and wrote a note: "We've been in your shoes. Paying it forward."
Makenzie posted the image to her Facebook account, and it went viral. Over 1.5 million likes and close to 200,000 shares at last count.
Pretty cool story... Of course, it didn't do much for the restaurant, but I'll bet the server doesn't care.
The rumor mills are going full tilt these days, with reports that Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are once again a couple.
US Weekly says they're spending some time together in Saint Martin.
Well, here's Selena's Instagram shot of her wearing a bikini top...
And here's a shot of Justin on a boat...
I'm convinced. How about you?
A Peruvian author who lives in New Jersey is suing the folks at Disney for $250 million dollars, saying that stories, characters and plots in Frozen were stolen from her autobiographical works.
Read that again: a movie featuring a woman with the power to freeze everything, plus a talking reindeer and snowman, stole ideas from a New Jersey's autobiography.
Yup, makes perfect sense.
The woman refuses to back down, and is demanding a jury trial.
Disney, for its part, told CNN that the woman needs to "let it go."
Nicely played, Disney. I see what you did there.
Drake, the Canadian singer, got his start as Drake, the actor on the TV show, . Degrassi
On the show, his character, Jimmy Brooks, was wheelchair-bound.
So a couple in Toronto, after reminiscing about one night and seeing some handicapped signs, decided to create some stickers that put Drake's head on top of the stick figures in the wheelchairs. Degrassi
It's called Draking, and the couple says they're doing it to make people smile.
Sure, technically it's vandalism, and sure, it's probably offensive, but if you're smiling...
Never mind. It's still wrong. But Drake thinks it's great. Go figure.
Nicholas Cage has a new movie coming out on Friday called
Left Behind. It's about the people who aren't taken up in The Rapture.
And a famous Biblical character wants you to see it. Or not.
Producers released some posters over the weekend that quote Satan: "Please do not bring unbelievers to this movie."
You've got to check out the reactions some people have posted to the film's Facebook page. They actually believe Beelzebub gave that quote.
Do you think he's the first guy they asked for a quote...?