Bill Hader visited The Tonight Show July 16 and if you think it was just to promote his new movie Trainwreck, think again.
Instead, we were all treated to an extended 'clip' of the cop show Point Pleasant Police Department, an 'old' show that Hader and Jimmy Fallon 'used to co-star in together'.
Essentially this is just an excuse to spit out food and drink on each other while prouncing 'P' words.
The thing has one joke. And it's nine minutes long. Fortunately, they can't stop laughing about it and neither can we.
Nothing about this concept deserves to be as funny as it turns out. Hader and Fallon are just pros at not being pros.
What makes this nonsense extra delightful is thinking about former Tonight Show hosts doing this skit. Imagine Jay Leno or Johnny Carson doing this. They wouldn't go near such a disgusting and hilarious bit.
Imagine if you never had pay for bacon ever again… or at least for the next 20 years.
Well now that’s a possibility, thanks to the Hoosier Lottery in Indiana.
They have unveiled a new $2 scratch off game this week called “Bringin’ Home the Bacon,” which is both bacon-scented and gives you the chance to win 20 years worth of the artery-clogging deliciousness.
You can also win up to $10k in cash to pay for all those medical bills from your cardiologist.
The website promoting the new ticket includes a bacon quiz, bacon recipes, a link to Facebookasking you debate Tongs vs Forks, and a “Bacon Cam” where you can watch some strips sizzle in a frying pan.
There are also various events around the state associated with the game (in partnership with Indiana Pork), including one at the Indiana State Far in August.
Now you can gamble with your money and your health.
Matt Stonie doesn’t savor his food, he demolishes it.
Five years ago, the competitive eater challenged himself to eat a massive burrito as quickly as possible, and he managed to do it in about 15 minutes, according to The Mirror.
To celebrate having 500k followers on YouTube, he recently tried it again and completely crushed his previous record.
“Burritozilla,” as it is called, weighs 5 pounds and is 18-inches long.
Watch him scarf it down in about 1 minutes and 50 seconds.
Stonie has participated in plenty of other food challenges in the past, which you an check out on his YouTube channel, involving pretty much anything you can imagine, including bacon, poutine, egge nog, Twinkies and marshmallow Peeps.
High school students in Hawkins County, Tennessee were served up some 6-year old pork last week for lunch, and while no one has gotten sick yet, the news is not sitting well with anyone.
A cook at a local primary school (who didn’t serve the meat) sent a photo of the pork to a city commissioner named Michael Herrell, who discovered that it had also been distributed to several other schools in the area.
Cafeteria workers at Cherokee High School said “that it smelled so bad they made gravy to put over the meat,” according to News Channel 11.
And at another high school the smell was apparently so bad that it reportedly stunk up the halls.
Despite the putrid meat being so old and smelly, some students “even came back for seconds,” according to WISH TV.
Which is mildly disturbing.
A rep from the USDA told Yahoo that there probably wasn’t any danger in eating it, but it “should be consumed within four to 12 months of freezing.”
The director of schools, Steve Starnes, has since ordered that an inventory be taken of all the food in the freezers, although you think that sort of thing would have already been in place.
Competitive eater Molly Schuyler broke a new record this weekend, eating 3 72-oz steaks in less than 20 minutes.
At this year's 72oz Showdown at the Big Texan Steak Ranch in Amarillo, Texas, Schuyler was matched up against four teams of two, and she singlehandedly destroyed her competition while besting herself in the process.
The other teams included professional wrestlers and football players and they each had one hour to throw down as much as they could.
In total, Schuyler, who weighs just 124 pounds, ate 3 steaks, 3 backed potatoes, 3 shrimp cocktails, 3 side salads and 3 rolls.
Basically, as The Big Texan describes it, she consumed more than 13.5 pounds of food which is "the equivalent of a bowling ball or averaged sized three-month-old baby."
Anyone who stops by The Big Texan can take the challenge, but if they don't finish their meal in an hour they have to pay $72.
Schuyler not only got the 3 free meals, but also a $5,000 prize… and apparently an extended trip to the bathroom.