April Fool's Day may be over, but here's one prank that is so memorable you could still be talking about it well into May.
Ordering food at a drive-thru is not usually so eventful.
We've all heard the joke about how hard it is to understand the guy taking your order. Well, not only does this guy come across crystal clear, but he also just so happens to do voiceovers for movie trailers, giving customers an experience they'll never forget when placing their orders
Beliebers and Mahomies are about to go nuclear.
Now, this is some serious in-flight entertainment.
Live! With Kelly & Michael host Michael Strahan has been in talks with ABC to join the team at Good Morning America, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
There's NEVER been a tribute to the classic '90s TV show "Boy Meets World" like the one Samuel L. Jackson did on Monday's "Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon"! (Which begs the question: Has there ever been any kind of tribute to "Boy Meets World?)
We've seen them take on the likes of TV before with 'The Walking Dead' and 'Breaking Bad,' but now Screen Junkies and the minds behind "Honest Trailers" have put their attention to HBO's 'Game of Thrones' in advance of Sunday's season 4 premiere. Does it hit the nail on the head? Major spoilers, be warned!
One Direction has a new fragrance coming out called That Moment. Of course a photo shoot was in order, but how do you take direction from a crazy Frenchman in a bedazzled thong?
It's been a rough couple of months for Lady Gaga. Her quest to turn things around has now led her to Letterman.
Every April Fools' Day, the Internet tries its best to trick you. Here are a few of this year's examples:
I was driving down Pierremont in Shreveport Saturday when I spotted Cuban Liqour's sign and died laughing!
It's the return of the 'Avengers' franchise, with the latest entry starring everyone's favorite star-spangled superhero with a shield.
Rarely has the series finale to any TV series gone by without at least some major backlash over its content, and 'How I Met Your Mother' is no exception. Last night's "Last Forever," jumped through time in between the years 2013 and 2030, filling in Ted's story about the mother, with at least one major twist that naturally had fans in an uproar. So, what do series creators Carter Bays and Craig Thomas have to say about yet another controversial finale?
This boy already has two sisters and isn't happy that he's about to have a third.