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The Orville: Majority Rule

   Have you ever wondered how life would be like if online protesters or everyone on social media were actually able to completely govern the world? The Orville episode “Majority Rule” shows us in a very entertaining way what could very well happen if that were our reality. 832 more words

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My Theory on Evil Morty

   

There’s a lot of speculation on who Evil Morty is especially after the season 3 episode 7, “The Ricklantis Mixup”, “Tales from the Citadel”. The most popular theory is that Evil Morty is Rick C-137’s original Morty that he raised since birth which is what gives him his high intelligence over the other Mortys. 1,012 more words

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Season Three of Better Call Saul: Objection! Relevance!

By Ed Hightower
1 July 2017

A show honestly exploring the ins and outs of the legal profession, particularly those of its younger members, could hardly fail to win an audience. 1,054 more words

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The 15 Funniest Bobby Moynihan SNL Characters And Sketches

Take a look back at Bobby Moynihan’s most memorable skits and characters from his time on Saturday Night Live, okaaaaaay?

After more than 670 sketches over 180+ episodes spanning nine seasons, Bobby Moynihan had his last show as a cast member of… 2,569 more words

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#OlwamTop4 : Best WWE Returns

4. Goldberg – 2003

What made the return of the man who went 173 matches undefeated in WCW and marking his WWE debut so special was the fact that no one knew what to expect and most importantly, he had remained a cornerstone in many wrestling fans hearts. 550 more words

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Stand-up Comedian Greer Barnes Gives White Women A Get Rich Quick Scheme

Stand-up comedian Greer Barnes gave white women a very scary — but profitable — idea on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

Stand-up comedian Greer Barnes has been professionally telling jokes on stage for a minute now. 301 more words

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CHUCK BERRY AND JOHN LENNON: JOHNNY B GOODE

In February of 1972, John Lennon and Yoko Ono took over ‘The Mike Douglas Show’ for a week. The musical highlight was an appearance by Chuck Berry, who played “Johnny B. 16 more words

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