Today at Gawker.TV, Rod Blagojevich can't work a computer, Ned Flanders' tips on getting your kids into Easter, Food Revolution's revolting developments about our country's health problems, and Dan Rather and Tila Tequlia co-host a morning show together.
Rod Blagojevich may not think so, but he was a bad governor. Luckily, he is entirely self-aware when it comes to how badly he is in need of a computer tutorial. Lesson one? Turning the darn thing on.
Tila Tequila and Dan Rather co-hosting a morning show called Rather Early? This is probably the last thing that anyone would want to tune into first thing in the morning, but then again Kathie Lee and Hoda exist, so who knows?
Hey, American children, stop embarrassing American adults! Jamie Oliver, a man who comes from a country that calls bland, gray blobs of food "dinner," is showing the world that not only do American children eat horribly, they like it.
On Easter and Passover, children everywhere will be sat down at dinner tables and taught all about the wonders of their faiths. But how do you really get them to pay attention? According to The Simpsons, random computer words.
Last week Jimmy Fallon crashed a segment about sex on the 4th hour of Today, and like a true gentleman he sent the ladies a note afterwards. The problem? Inside he'd written "You're my favorite." In both of their cards.