Today at Gawker.TV, Diane Sawyer's last week on GMA, the worst fake accents in movie history, the real inspiration for an SNL sketch, streaking galore at a Phish show, and strong language in New Orleans mayoral campaign ads.

Diane Sawyer's Last Week on Good Morning America
This morning on Good Morning America, Diane Sawyer took some time to let her viewers know that this week will be her last. Watch Robin Roberts and company get emotional about her 10 years with the show.

The Worst Fake Accents in Movie History
Blending accent, appearance and mannerisms, actors transform into different characters like an oversized fleshy chameleon. When they fail at this task — their only task — we reserve the right to mock them. By compiling a video of their ineptitude.

SNL's Kickspit Underground Music Festival Exists in the Real World
The funniest skit on SNL this week was a low-budget commercial advertising the worst music festival ever. Well that music festival exists in real life. And there is a heinous 14 minute YouTube video to prove it.

Profanity? In New Orleans Mayoral Campaign Ads? It's More Likely Than You Think
James Perry is a former Eagle Scout and nonprofit executive who is running for mayor of New Orleans. In a new campaign ad, Perry enlists some angry friends to comment on the "insidery" nature of the race. Bleeps galore, ahead!

Streaker at Phish Show Achieves the Impossible
On December 5, 2009 at Charlottesville, VA's John Paul Jones Arena, one man, one pound of shrooms, and not one ounce of clothing came together to defy conventional logic and make a Phish show worth watching.