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Funny or Die: Creationist Cosmos

Funny or Die has a new spoof on the remake of Carl Sagan's classic show Cosmos which is airing now on Fox. The show stars astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson who has made it quite clear that creationism makes no sense from a scientific standpoint. This has some Fox viewers very angry.

Funny or Die posits that the show lost a lawsuit and is forced to give equal time to the creationists. Timothy Simmons, who plays Jonah on HBO's Veep hosts the new show called Creationist Cosmos. Simmons does not fly a ship of the imagination, instead he has a white church bus which he flies to the stars where he points out the face of an old white man with a beard, God. To every scientific question he answers that "God made that." Except for gay people, "God did not make them. They chose that." Bible and saying, “What do we know about black holes? What are they, really? They don’t exist. If it doesn’t say anything about it in this book [the Bible], then you don’t need to think about it.”

His explanation of black holes is succinct: they don't exist. As for dinosaur fossils, well, they were planted as a practical joke by Satan. Take a look:



Posted on April 17, 2014






Russell Crowe Explains How Dental Work Saved His Acting Career

Russell Crowe is promoting his movie Noah and was a guest on The Graham Norton Show, along with Cameron Diaz, Richard Ayoade and Kylie Minogue. Russell discusses how he got his first big movie acting job, even though he had no front teeth at the time. He explained how dental work pretty much made his acting career. Take a look:



Posted on April 15, 2014



Conan O'Brien Tries to Get 50 Celebrity Cameos for the MTV Movie Awards

Conan O'Brien hosted the MTV Movie Awards last night and wanted to make sure his opening number was really impressive. He learned that the most number of celebrity cameos on the MTV Movie Awards was nine, when Jean Claude Van Damme hosted back in the day. So Conan set out to get 50 celebrity cameos for his opening number. He surprises Sarah Silverman in her bathroom brushing her teeth, he accosts Martin Scorcese in his car and almost manages to turn his manicure with Taylor Swift into a day long date. Well, not really. Take a look:



Posted on April 14, 2014



Conan O'Brien Channels Thor

Conan OBrien as Thor


Conan O'Brien shared this photograph of himself dressed as Thor. Conan, who is hosting the MTV Movie Awards tonight, is wearing a red cape and and a winged helmet. He is holding Thor's mighty hammer, Mjolner.

Conan O'Brien tweeted the photograph and wrote, "My name is Conan and i"m into Thor cosplay."

Photo: Conan O'Brien/Twitter

Posted on April 13, 2014



SNL Sketch: Field Trip to the Zoo Starring Jay Pharoah and Anna Kendrick

Jay Phaorah returns as the long-suffering Principal Frye in this SNL sketch. Students at Booker T. Washington high school took a field trip to the zoo. Principal Frye has a few words to share with the students such as telling to stop trying to create their own Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Anna Kendrick is a zoo employee who talks to students about elephants and the iguana rescued from the school the year before. The female iguana is a functioning alcoholic. She is eventually reduced to tears by the students, but the Coach (Kenan Thompson) defends her. Take a look:



Posted on April 10, 2014



French Artist Decides to Spend 13 Days Inside a Bear Sculpture

French artist Abraham Poincheval has decided to spend 13 days living inside a hollowed-out bear carcass. The bear is located inside the Museum of Hunting and Nature in Paris. Poincheval has put himself in tight spaces in the past. BBC News has photos of Poincheval climbing inside the bear. We wonder what he is going to think about alone inside that bear for 13 days.

Poincheval says, "I feel that little by little I withdraw into the hibernation of the bear. Life is slowing down and I'm sleeping a lot." Take a look:



Posted on April 7, 2014



Daniel Radcliffe and Jimmy Fallon Play Sticky Balls

Daniel Radcliffe and Jimmy Fallon play Sticky Balls


Daniel Radcliffe was a guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and agreed to a very athletic game of Sticky Balls. Jimmy and Daniel wore stylish velcro suits and then threw red sticky balls at each other. The one with the most balls stuck to his suit at the end loses the game. Daniel is in excellent shape and he pummeled Jimmy. It wasn't even close. Take a look:



Photo: Nathaniel Chadwick/NBC

Posted on April 4, 2014







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