In a world where education is on the chopping block and reality TV rules all, there is only one force that can stop the wave of corruption polluting our nation's airwaves. Think, PBS meets The Avengers.
After sitting down to watch The Matrix with his 65-year-old mom, this filmmaker asked her to describe the movie from beginning to end. Her hilarious recount is made even funnier by his animated portrayal of the summary.
Instead of answering questions about her upcoming film "Oz The Great and Powerful," Mila Kunis was fielding questions about chicken restaurants and beer chugging. What makes this worth watching is how Mila rolls with it.
Back in September we shared video of a heroic pig jumping into a petting zoo pond to save a distressed baby goat. The video gained enormous attention online - to date netting over seven million views on YouTube - and even appeared on several network news outlets.
Unfortunately, it was too good to be true.
The New York Times reports that the scene was actually from the upcoming Comedy Central series “Nathan for You,” and that this particular scene was from the second episode when the title character is hired by a petting zoo to make one of its animals out to be a hero.
Turns out, they did too good of a job.
BTW, the goat was never in danger during the filming process, and the pig even followed a submerged track to reach the goat.