Wes Hohenstein, a weatherman for NBC 17 in North Carolina, was forced to brave the elements during his nightly weather report last Thursday when he accidentally swallowed a moth that flew right into his mouth.
While ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ would occasionally make a stab at humor, few would describe the sci-fi series, which ran between 1987 and 1994, as a comedy. But it turns out there was a great sitcom lurking beneath the intergalactic quandaries and technical jargon all along, and all it took was simple laugh track to unleash it.
A couple guys filming a storm cloud zipping across the horizon in New Brunswick, Canada were treated to a rather stunning visual bonus when the cloud took the shape of an almost perfect human face — one that really looks like American founding father George Washington.
Lewis posted a video on YouTube in which he asks the 89-year-old ‘Hot in Cleveland’ actress to be his date, pleading his case by stating, “I really think we’d have a good time. I’m fun, you know. … I think I can make her laugh. I think she can make me laugh. I think we can laugh together.”
Well, if you’re Tom Hanks, and you’re appearing on Univision in support of your upcoming film ‘Larry Crowne,’ you simply get past all of the awkward attempts at translation and start speaking the international language of dance.
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