DMV: We Used to the Waiting

Impressive SNL — I expected the first fart joke a lot sooner than this. Rogen and Aidy Bryant show off their physical comedy here as a couple who have trouble communicating. It’s nothing groundbreaking, but hearing Bryant call her breasts “flying saucers,” watching Rogen apply lipstick, and seeing the stars trying to contain their laughter after the aforementioned fart joke is good enough to elicit laughter.


Eminem stops by halftime of Notre Dame vs. Michigan to preview the video for his new single, “Berzerk,” talk new album, “MMLP2” and pleads with Brent Musburger to call a Detroit Lions game.

This started off sooo awkwardly, but actually ended very nicely between Eminem and Brent Musburger. 


breakingnews:

Aerialist Nik Wallenda completes record-breaking high-wire walk
Today: Daredevil Nik Wallenda completed a record-breaking 1,400-feet-long high-wire walk over a portion of the Grand Canyon on Sunday without a safety net or harness.The walk, which was live streamed by Discovery Channel, was 1,500 feet above the Little Colorado River Gorge near the Grand Canyon. Using the same 2-inch-thick steel cable he used to cross the Niagara Falls last year, Wallenda was attempting his eighth Guinness world record. Wallenda is a seventh-generation high-wire artist and part of the famous “Flying Wallendas” family.Photo: Nik Wallenda is pictured here walking across the Grand Canyon. (NBC)

I was watching the re-run of this, and realized, if he didn’t make it the first time, there is no way they are re-airing it. So thereby ruining it for me without even watching it. gahh. View Larger

breakingnews:

Aerialist Nik Wallenda completes record-breaking high-wire walk

Today: Daredevil Nik Wallenda completed a record-breaking 1,400-feet-long high-wire walk over a portion of the Grand Canyon on Sunday without a safety net or harness.

The walk, which was live streamed by Discovery Channel, was 1,500 feet above the Little Colorado River Gorge near the Grand Canyon. Using the same 2-inch-thick steel cable he used to cross the Niagara Falls last year, Wallenda was attempting his eighth Guinness world record. 

Wallenda is a seventh-generation high-wire artist and part of the famous “Flying Wallendas” family.

Photo: Nik Wallenda is pictured here walking across the Grand Canyon. (NBC)

I was watching the re-run of this, and realized, if he didn’t make it the first time, there is no way they are re-airing it. So thereby ruining it for me without even watching it. gahh.