Michael Che investigates American loyalty to political brand names such as "Clinton" and "Bush" and searches for a 2016 presidential candidate of his own. 2016 will have Brand Names you can trust and feel good about voting for. Like Clinton, or Bush, or other white people.
Many moms have a hard time mastering the art of a text message. Some mothers even treat it like they are leaving a voice mail. We were talking about this in the office recently so we collected actual text messages some of us have received from our moms. We then set those tweets to music with the help of T.I.
Famous Fashion Designers in the Year 2000: 'The Oprah Winfrey Show'
Would you wear a glow-in-the-dark coat partially made of glass? In 1994, Oprah asked top fashion designers to predict what people would be wearing in the new millennium. Although the predictions were mostly off base, they were certainly imaginative. Behold their sartorial visions of the 21st century.
'AA Meeting' Comedy by Emmanuel and Phillip Hudson
Bothers Emmanuel and Phillip Hudson hold an AA meeting. The Hudson brothers have made a series of videos and they have become a big hit. One of their most famous videos on Youtube is " She Ratchet," with 12 million + views. This video is about ratchet girls that always have something to say about other females when their the ones that are ratchet! The talented and funny brothers say, "It needs to STOP!"
Mom's Hilarious Reaction to Her Daughter Coming Out
22-year-old Bri Johnson's mother LaTanza says the duo randomly shot the video for fun. It shows LaTanza knocking on a door in her home as a metaphor for just waiting for the day Bri would come out of the closet.
Mean Tweets: NBA Edition #3 on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'
Professional athletes are no strangers to criticism. In the old days you could yell at the players at the game, but now we have the internet. Now we can insult them quietly and individually on Twitter. So to remind those who write unkind things that players actually see these horrible tweets - here's an all new special NBA edition of #MeanTweets.