Fatherhood: Photo Op in the Danger Zone (How not to feel like Tom Cruise)

I’m stuck in the Nevada desert—semi-hung-over in an airplane hangar that’s like all the scenes in Top Gun rolled into one: banners, bi-planes and a bar, shuffleboard and a jukebox that plays Kenny Loggins and the Everly Brothers (no Europe, thank God). And I’m pissed off at everyone. Well not everyone, but a lot of the guys I usually like: My three-year-old son, my dad, Tom Cruise, Kingsley Amis, and of course, my stupid self.


A Woman You Should Meet: Grace Gealey

It’s no surprise that Empire, a musical drama about record label Empire Enterprise, is a huge hit. The show is a BTS look at a company run by Terrence Howard’s Lucious Lyons, a former drug dealer and rapper, and his fresh-out-of-prision ex-wife Cookie (Taraji P. Henson). What’s not to love? The beautiful Grace Gealey plays Anika Calhoun, head of A&R (artists & repertoire), and Howard’s love interest. We spoke to the actress about her starving artist days, that wardrobe and being a badass woman in a man’s world.


The 10 Best Super Bowl Ads

With 30-second spots selling for as much as $4.5 million this year, the ads that run during the Super Bowl should live up to certain standards. But they can’t all be gems. In our roundup of our 10 favourite from years passed, we included ads that made us laugh or cry or fall in love with Adriana Lima. We also included some that are set to air this year and are sure to leave a mark. We call ‘em like we see ‘em.


The Six Best Online Stand-Up Bits, According to Jonathan Kite

If the goofy mug at the top of this post looks familiar, it’s probably because you’ve seen him dropping cheesy pick-up lines from behind the grill as the sexually charged cook Oleg on the CBS series, Two Broke Girls. Or, maybe you recognize him as the guy with that spot-on impression of Vince Vaughn—and spot on it is…

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