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Watch this reporter scared stiff on live TV

Photobomber scares the wits out of a TV reporter in downtown Los Angeles.

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Breaking Bad fans, Jesse Pinkman's house is for sale: $1.6 million

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Two houses featured on the great AMC television series "Breaking Bad" are up for sale in Albuquerque, NM. The sales pitch includes this line, seriously: "Meth lab not included."

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A fucking interesting history of swearing on television!

I distinctly remember my glee as an 8-year-old watching Hawkeye say "Son of a bitch" on M*A*S*H in 1979, the first time that phrase was used on US television.

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X-Files was inspired by Chris Carter's observation of alien abductees' hypnosis

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In the early 1990s, Harvard psychiatrist John Mack studied hundreds of people who claimed to have been abducted by aliens and wrote multiple books about his research. He invited Chris Carter to sit in on one of Mack's regression hypnosis session with a self-proclaimed abductee, an experience that Carter says informed his vision for the X-Files.

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Breaking Bad themed coffeeshop opens in Istanbul

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A recently opened “Breaking Bad” themed coffee shop in Istanbul, Turkey features baristas wearing Walt and Jesse garb, the periodic table on the walls, and drinks served in beakers.

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850 photos: Making of Yogi Bear and The Flintstones in 1960

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LIFE photographer Allan Grant took 850 photos documenting Hanna-Barbera studios in 1960.

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Watch the Jackson 5's cereal commercials

Long before the infamous Pepsi commercial, Michael Jackson and his brothers pitched breakfast cereal!

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The Lone Gunmen returning to The X-Files

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Conspiracy theorists/hackers/'zinesters The Lone Gunmen are returning to The X-Files for the six new episodes premiering on January 24, 2016.

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Glenn Barr does Wilma Flintstone and Judy Jetson!

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In Glenn Barr's new show at Cotton Candy Machine gallery in Brooklyn, you'll see his excellent seedy noir interpretations of Wilma Flintstone (above) and Judy Jetson (below), among other gorgeous new paintings.

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TV documentary about MKUltra (1979)

Freak out on this classic 1970s exposé about the CIA's Project MKUltra 1950s LSD mind control experiments: "Mission Mind Control (ABC Closeup 1979)"

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Watch every one of Kramer's entrances from Seinfeld, in order

Six minutes, 172 episodes.

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Cat gives boxers unasked-for advice

Sock 'im! A right! A left! A ... gahhhh! You let 'im too close!

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Watch: DeSotos in space!

A fantastic TV commercial for DeSoto automobiles from 1957. (via Weird Universe)

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Tom Selleck accused of stealing water from fire hydrant

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Tom Selleck, best known as Magnum P.I., has apparently settled, at least tentatively, with the Ventura County water district after the actor was accused of stealing water from a fire hydrant and trucking it to their 60-acre ranch.

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Star Trek creator's perfect comment on casting a bald captain for ST: TNG

At a press conference about Star Trek: The Next Generation, a reporter asked Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry about casting Patrick Stewart, commenting that "Surely by the 24th century, they would have found a cure for male pattern baldness." Gene Roddenberry had the perfect response.

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Watch: "Bottle Episodes" of favorite TV shows like Star Trek, produced on the cheap

"Bottle episodes" are budget-saving episodes of TV series that are produced on-the-cheap, using as few sets, effects, and even actors as possible. The term came from "ship-in-a-bottle episodes" of the original Star Trek when the crew didn't leave the Enterprise.

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Watch: Bartkira (Akira meets The Simpsons)

"The future is not a straight line. It is filled with many crossroads."

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