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Brian Williams apologizes to Arsenio Hall -- VIDEO

Late night wars: They aren’t just Jay Leno versus everyone.

Brian Williams — charmingly! — apologized to Arsenio Hall yesterday after leaving him off a picture of all the late night hosts during a segment about Jimmy Fallon on NBC Nightly News.

Hall didn’t take too well to the original snub, pointing it out on his own program earlier this week. Hall brought out Suge Knight — for reasons unexplained — and Knight proceeded to go off-script and jokingly threaten that the snub needed to be correct…or else. Later, Hall reported that NBC switchboards were blowing up with people demanding this grievous wrong be righted.

Williams, of course, made everything right. (Would you expect anything else from the most laid-back serious man on TV?) During yesterday’s NBC Nightly News broadcast, Williams, while also calling out an also-forgotten Pete Holmes, chalked up the omission of Hall’s photo to “being on the air at 4 AM in the morning in Russia,” as well as noting that mistakes are inevitable.

Hall seemed touched by the apology, so this is one late night feud that can finally be put to bed — at least until the next time Hall wants a jolt of publicity. Watch this Arsenio Hall Show clip for a rundown of the past week’s events: READ FULL STORY

You need to start reading this figure-skater-turned-comedy-writer's Olympic tweets

27-year-old Chris Schleicher is a writer for The Mindy Project. Before launching his comedy career, though, Schleicher spent 16 years as a competitive figure skater — he and his pairs partner (a.k.a. his sister) were ranked 13th in the nation before Schleicher retired in his early 20s. (He actually got the Mindy job by writing a pilot about his skating days, which, naturally, was called On Thin Ice.)

In short, Schleicher knows more about figure skating than you do — and he’s also a lot funnier when riffing on the sport’s inherent ridiculosity. So please, before NBC airs the men’s long program finals tonight, add this guy to your Twitter feed; you won’t regret it. (What, like you had Valentine’s Day plans?) See why by reading some of his greatest recent hits:

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What WON'T Meat Loaf do for love? Now we know! -- VIDEO

Who really shot JFK? What happened at Area 51? Where do ships go in the Bermuda Triangle? These are all great mysteries of the world that you will never have the answers to — unless you’re Nic Cage in The Rock and you get a hold of some microfilm full of state secrets.

Until today, we all assumed “What won’t Meatloaf do for love?” was another one of those gaping holes in public knowledge, nagging at you as you fall asleep at night. What did Meat Loaf mean when he sang, “I’ll do anything for love, but I won’t do that?” I mean, other than the obvious that. The that that no one would do for love? That. Well, today, friends you are Nic Cage and this big secret has been painstakingly discovered by Ali Wentworth on Yahoo’s Daily Shot. Natch.

See for yourself below: READ FULL STORY

OMG! Bravo launches the first 'Real Housewives' Awards

You know what’s better than watching the Real Housewives fight on television? Pitting them against each other in an awards competition — one where you get to decide who wins! At least, that’s what Bravo is banking on as it launches the first annual Real Housewives Awards. Viewers of the franchise’s various shows can support their favorite housewife by voting in the following 12 categories:

Most Memorable Outfit
Most Shocking Reunion Twist
Loveliest Locks
Best Fight Locale
Rookie of the Year
Best Supporting Agitator
Party of the Year
Favorite Quote
OMG-est Moment of the Year
Outstanding Achievement in Extremely Short Form Live Action (think GIFs)
Favorite Housewife City (fans can vote by liking and sharing photos on Facebook)
Lifetime Achievement Award (non-voting category)

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Step aside, Shia LaBeouf: Jerry O'Connell is sorry too, and he's got an art exhibit right next to yours!

Important life update: Shia LaBeouf is not famous anymore, and he’s sorry about it. Fun new twist: Jerry O’Connell hasn’t really been famous in years, and he’s sorry too. Take that, Shia!

In what is believed to be a Funny or Die stunt — O’Connell has a channel on the site — O’Connell has set up his own, competing art exhibit next to Shia LaBeouf’s #IAMSORRY space in L.A. O’Connell’s is appropriately titled #IAMSORRYTOO.

Check out Funny or Die‘s tweet below: READ FULL STORY

Emile Hirsch chimes in on Shia LaBeouf's latest: 'I am beginning to feel slightly more famous'

So Shia LaBeouf is not famous anymore, right? Didn’t I hear that somewhere? Oh wait, now I’m being told that he’s sorry. (P.S. Seems Jerry O’Connell is too.) For what though? For wasting a perfectly good paper bag? For ruining Even Stevens for me? I don’t know about you all, but I miss LaBeouf’s glory days. You know, when he fake-punched robots during the day and real-punched everyday people at night? Back then, I thought about him half as often and yet knew exactly how I felt about him.

But rumor has it that I’m not alone in my confusion about all of this “I am not famous anymore” stuff. I’ve got Emile Hirsch on my side! (And really, what more do I need?)

Hirsch has taken to Twitter to seemingly mock LaBeouf’s latest shenanigans, tweeting about how he feels “slightly more famous” and apologizing for “accidentally” leaving the caps lock on.

Check out Hirsch’s take on things below:

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A couple breaks up using only movie titles for dialogue -- VIDEO

The latest sketch from New York-based comedy group POYKPAC features a very public breakup between a cheating husband and his pregnant wife. The plot twist to this seemingly overplayed scenario? The couple’s entire breakup conversation is had using only movie titles.

Check out the sketch, aptly named Movie Title Breakup, below: READ FULL STORY

Presenting 'House of Cards Against Humanity,' a Netflix-approved party game

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Like House of Cards, Cards Against Humanity is an edgy, decidedly R-rated entertainment designed to shock, titillate, and enthrall grown-ups, preferably while sipping a fine Scotch and eating an enormous plate of barbecue. Maybe more importantly, both the Emmy-winning Netflix drama and the Kickstarter-backed “party game for horrible people” have names featuring the word “cards.”

So it was only a matter of time before Netflix and the makers of CAH teamed up to bring us an all-new party game: House of Cards Against Humanity, which is basically a dirtier, more spoiler-filled version of Apples to Apples. “To research this pack,” the CAH team writes, “we talked with the head writer of House of Cards and watched almost all of the first season. Like many of you, we can’t wait to see what all of our favorite characters, like Remy Danton and Peter Russo, do in season two!” READ FULL STORY

Not-famous Shia LaBeouf out-weirds himself at 'Nymphomaniac' premiere

In case you haven’t heard, Shia LaBeouf isn’t famous anymore. And he’s serious about it. Well, as serious as a guy with a bag on his head can be.

At the Berlin premiere of Nymphomaniac, the forthcoming Lars von Trier film which has made headlines because of its explicit content, LaBeouf walked the red carpet sporting a paper bag with the phrase, “I’m not famous anymore” written on it. Neither the bag nor the phrase are anything new for LaBeouf, who has worn the accessory before and used the phrase frequently on his Twitter account in the past weeks.

The stunt comes after the actor walked out of a press conference for the film earlier in the day, per THR.

In all honesty, we think the actor might be onto something; can you wish upon a bag and make it come true?

Fox Business is not amused by 'Lego Movie' villain Lord Business -- VIDEO

The first thing you should know about The Lego Movie: Yes, it really is that good.

The second thing you should know about The Lego Movie: Like several recent-ish family films, including but not limited to The LoraxThe Muppets, and Wall-e, it’s got an anti-conformist, anti-corporate message that’s a little hard to swallow once you consider all its tie-in merchandise. (The Lego toys, however, aren’t quite as gross as those awful Lorax car commercials.)

And as a result, Fox Business is mad. Not because of the hypocrisy inherent in the movie’s premise, but because it’s teaching kids that ginormous conglomerates are bad. Oh, and also, because main antagonist Lord Business “looks a little bit like Mitt Romney.”
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