I haven't posted a puppy video in a while, so to make up for it, here are three super-cute pugs! The first is of a dog who gets scolded and is really sad about it. Happy Sundog!
No idea if this dog's name is actually Scruffy, but he is so sad when he gets scolded! I think part of it is because his owner sounds like Mr. Rogers... and you'd cry, too, if Mr. Rogers scolded you.
If you ever loved science as a kid, then Sylvia's Super-Awesome Maker Show is pretty much the cutest thing ever. Sylvia, who is 11, hosts her own web series where she tackles science experiments... and is already smarter than I am. I love it! Check it out.
What was your favorite science experiment as a child?
I love a good excuse to look at puppies. I especially have a soft spot for fluffy, pudgy, stumpy puppies. Here are three irresistibly adorable videos to get you through your Wednesday. Enjoy!
Tonight marks the season six premiere of AMC's "Mad Men", and I'll be watching because it's totally one of those shows where if I don't, I feel like everyone is judging me.
Thankfully, I got into the show last year and I actually like it, so my excitement for tonight's premiere is genuine — especially after watching the actors discuss where their characters left off in season five (video at right). Here are five reasons why I'm looking forward to tonight's premiere.
Mad Men spoilers for season 5 ahead.
Speaking of Jimmy Fallon, the former SNL star is great at making viral videos on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon." Remember Timberweek (five straight nights of Justin Timberlake goodness)? Or the evolution of mom dancing with FLOTUS Michelle Obama?
Jimmy Fallon knows his market, and it's possible that part of his ability to create an awesome video is what landed him Jay Leno's gig. Whatever the case, as long as he doesn't stop making silly videos, I'm happy. Here, he, Blake Shelton (country singer/judge on "The Voice"), and Nick Offerman (Ron Swanson from "Parks and Recreation"/mascot for masculinity everywhere) take a crack at singing The Lumineers song "Ho Hey."
Congratulations! You totally just watched a two-minute video of grown men clucking to the tune of a Lumineers song. And you probably loved it.