John Krasinski and Rainn Wilson were more prone to giggle fits than the characters they played on ’The Office.’
The royal couple has seen better days.
Lisa Kudrow can’t keep a straight face when Jennifer Coolidge says ‘arse.’ Can you?
In 1972, Apollo 16 commander John Young walked on the moon—and broke some wind.
Spencer’s line of ugly Christmas sweaters are perfect for your next holiday party (though maybe not for dinner at Grandma's).
Bad guy Hans Gruber takes a tumble off Nakatomi Plaza in this hilarious ‘Die Hard’ advent calendar.
What was intended to be an innocuous Halloween decorating segment ended with an allegedly inebriated Ewok humping Al Roker's leg.
The upcoming “Weird Al” Yankovic biopic starring Daniel Radcliffe promises to fuse fact and fiction. The photos in this book tell a truer tale.
If you agree that the opening scenes of 'The Office' are some of its best, you can watch 13 full minutes of them.
As these bloopers show, Gene Wilder and the rest of the cast of 'Young Frankenstein' struggled to keep their faces straight on set.
How did Catherine O’Hara of "Schitt's Creek" keep a straight face during Moira Rose’s wine commercial? During many takes, she didn’t.
When Paul Bishop tossed his cookies during a bar hop in Spain, he accidentally tossed his teeth, too.
The internet is buzzing over Oscar Mayer's bologna face masks. Here's where to get these horrifying—and hilarious—sheet masks before they sell out again.
From melons to a toilet seat, these are some of the most unexpected items that action stars have used as movie weapons.
For all the footage that made it into the final cut of 'Seinfeld,' there were plenty of behind-the-scenes bloopers primetime viewers didn't get to see.
Watch Jimmy Stewart and Bette Davis flub lines and use language that wasn't up to the Hays Code in these bloopers from the Warner Bros. Archives.
This year, you can save yourself the grief of finding new Elf on the Shelf ideas by just telling your kids he’s been legally banished.
In 'Jurassic Park but with a Cat,' OwlKitty plays the role of the 'T. rex' that terrorizes Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum.
An enterprising Kickstarter campaign has introduced a fart pedal for guitarists. You'll never look at "Wind of Change" quite the same way again.
This cat-centric parody of 'Bohemian Rhapsody' is for any rock fan with a feline queen or king in their life.
From Wendy Williams’s “Dula Peep” coinage to a guest’s death on ‘The Dick Cavett Show,’ here are the talk show incidents we’ll never stop talking about.
So much has changed over the past several thousands of years that it's easy to forget about some of the things that have not. Like the fact that we’re still the same people we always were—fallible, farting people.