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TV show recaps, movie trailers, music videos, and cute animals – OH MY! Catch up each week on our latest video series like What We Missed and the latest baby panda video.

The Ballad Of The Swimming Sloth


The Frisky is pretty dedicated to its sloth coverage, and so we’d be remiss in not informing you of the latest sloth develops. In this case, we’re talking about swimming sloths, like the one here, captured by the BBC. Look at his fearsome sloth claws expertly gliding through the water! [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Your Period Is Annoying

We happen to think this commercial from Chile for Kitadol menstrual relief pills is hilarious. We are not a fan of getting our period, an experience that leaves us feeling bloated, irritated, and ready to smash all comers. Which is why this ad is so great: it shows it like we feel it. The only thing missing for this Viking stand-in who symbolizes how chicks suffer on their periods is one of those studded metal balls chained to the end of a stick that we’d like to use on someone when we’re cramping 10 ways ’til Tuesday. [Copyranter]
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A Pick-Up Artist Pick-Me-Up

Ladies, there’s nothing we love more than a good old-fashioned pick-up artist, am I right? Check this guy out and try not to swoon too much. [YouTube] Keep reading »

Rudolph, You Don’t Have To Put On The Red Light


This Police/Rudolph Christmas mash-up will surely go down in history. You can download it here and deck the halls to it this holiday season. [The Daily What] Keep reading »

Trailer Park: “The Fighter,” “The Tourist,” “The Chronicles of Narnia,” And “The Tempest”

This week’s movies are like that period in music when bands all started putting “The” in front of a noun and making that the name of their band. I guess it sounds like more of a declaration or something. Or a claiming of whatever particular noun. Whatever it is, it’s pissing me off. Just kidding. I could care less. Go see a movie. Or don’t. I can’t tell you how to live your life. But call your mother. She worries. Keep reading »

Introducing: The Lifetime Television For Women Movie Club


If I believed in guilty pleasures, I’d say that watching Lifetime movies is one of my deepest guilty pleasures. But since I don’t believe you should feel guilty about one of the greatest things in the world, I’m just going to say I really, really like these movies. Lifetime’s films fall into two basic tropes: 1.) a persecuted woman haunted by her past, her ex, or some other weird abusive dude who wants to murder her, or 2.) a quirky tale about a woman who overcomes some obstacle to find romance and true love. This Sunday, the network premiers “Marry Me,” starring Lucy Lui, which they’ve helpfully described as “three fiances, one fiasco. Who will she choose?” Told over two nights, “Marry Me” seems to fall into the wacky romance category. Join me in watching the movie and we’ll have a post-”Marry Me” wrap-up next week! If you can’t catch the television screening, you can watch it on Hulu. “Marry Me,” on Lifetime, Sunday, December 12 at 9 p.m. (EST). [Lifetime] Keep reading »

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