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Show TrackerI love holiday episodes. Whether itâs New Year's Eve on âNight Courtâ or Halloween on âThe Real Ghostbusters.â One of my favorite âAmerican Dadâ episodes is the Christmas that Stan dies and crashes Jesusâ...
Show TrackerFor a brief and almost startling moment Sunday night, we saw something in Hank Moody that weâd never seen before: fear. Gunshots were going off, the rifle-toting owner of a market chasing out the two punks who had just seconds......
Show TrackerHow long has it been since weâve had the full set? Valentineâs Day? Nearly six months since Cleveland, Peter and Stan all had wacky new adventures on the same Sunday night. Feels good to have the gang back together. Mostly......
A West Virginia man who police said passed gas and fanned it toward a patrolman has been charged with battery on a police officer. Jose A. Cruz, 34, of Clarksburg, was pulled over early Tuesday for driving without headlights, police said. According to...
In case you grown-ups missed it, there came a point somewhere between the advent of Nickelodeon's awards-show slime and Eddie Murphy's transition to PG-rated movie star that goop and flatulence stopped being objectionable material and transformed into the...
Tags: Movies, Entertainment, Science and Technology, Children, Animals
The Canterbury Tales A New Unabridged Translation by Burton Raffel Geoffrey Chaucer The Modern Library: 624 pp. $35 Chaucer himself was a translator, people forget, his most important work along those lines being "The Romance of the Rose" and...
Tags: Mystery (genre), Prologue, Arts and Culture, Poetry, Anglicanism
Boogers, snot, puke, farts and B.O. — all things that make kids laugh and cause adults to squirm. Even the most unpleasant functions of our body are there for a reason. In "Grossology," opening May 18 at Allentown's Da Vinci Science Center, kids...
Tags: Allentown, Flu, Science and Technology, Mole (lesion), Vomiting
Many years ago, when my son entered fifth grade, he suddenly began dropping the F-bomb. Fart. It seems Mother Nature had predetermined that fifth grade was the perfect year to usher "potty humor" into daily childhood vernacular. References to bodily...
On Latin Night, Jacoby Jones and partner Karina Smirnoff lead off the dancing with a salsa dance. There’s a new twist this week where whichever couple scores highest on their regular dance will get “immunity” and the other couples will...
Mary Roach has cultivated a reputation as someone who can't be grossed out. She has built a career examining bodily functions rarely discussed in polite company. Her earlier books have delved into sex ("Bonk") and death ("Stiff"). When "Packing for...
It's "Latin Night" and at the top of the show, Tom tells us the stars will have "a chance to dance for immunity." I do not like that sound of that one little bit. Mark Ballas is wearing a color-coordinated fedora. Guess how I feel about that. Also, I&...
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