Sep 112014
Jimmy Fallon Plays Pool Bowling With Hugh Jackman

Jimmy Fallon introduced one of his most creative games on The Tonight Show to play with actor Hugh Jackman. Instead of going bowling or playing pool, Jimmy merged the two sports into one epic game called Pool Bowling. The two look like tiny people on a giant pool table when they play. But the game concept is actually genius. Hopefully, college kids will start playing this game and the sport spreads. 


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Sep 102014
Jeff Goldblum Sings His Own Jurassic Park Theme Lyrics

Eccentric Hollywood actor Jeff Goldblum is most famous for his role in the 1990′s hit dinosaur movie Jurassic Park. Who doesn’t know the tune to the movie’s iconic theme music? But while visiting Late Night with Seth Meyers, Jeff revealed that there are actually words to the music. Now, this silly clip has instantly gone viral!

“In Jurassic Park, scary in the dark, I’m so scared, I will be eaten.” 


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Sep 082014
John Oliver On Student Debt

It wasn’t that long ago when someone could go to college and work a part time job to pay for tuition. These days, a part time job will barely cover the expense for textbooks. Student loan debt has now blimped to over one trillion dollars. John Oliver discusses the serious state of student loan debt in this latest clip from Last Week Tonight. 


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Sep 072014
Ohio State Marching Band Performs TV Show Tribute Halftime Show

The Ohio State Marching Band is famous, not only for their great music, but for their impressive choreography. The Lantern TV, which specializes in Ohio State news, sports, weather, and entertainment coverage, has published the band’s latest halftime performance from Saturday’s game against Virginia Tech. 

In TV Land, the band pays tribute to countless famous TV shows whose music is prevalent in pop culture, such as The Simpsons, Batman, The Adam’s Family, The Brady Bunch, Game Of Thrones, and many more!


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Sep 052014
Jimmy Fallon, Meghan Trainor, The Roots Cover All About That Bass

Musician Meghan Trainor was once a nobody, but that all changed when her recent single All About That Bass exploded this year. If Meghan wasn’t sure she had ‘made it’ before, now it’s official. She was invited onto The Tonight Show to perform her hit song with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots. To make their performance extra special, they all played ‘classroom instruments.’


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