Yesterday's 12-12-12 benefit concert for Hurricane Sandy relief raised over $30 million dollars, but it wasn't all good. We're still cringing for Bobby Moynihan's awkward appearance as his 'SNL' character "Drunk Uncle," for example.
Although New York and New Jersey were dealt a striking blow thanks to "Frankenstorm" Sandy, one of the best ways to entertain yourself while the power's out and to find solace in this horrible natural disaster is through the use of music. Occasionally, many of these videos will be funny too, because with events like these, you need to bring a smile to peoples' faces. So sit back and enjo
The heavily-anticipated episode of 'Saturday Night Live' with host Louis C.K. aired last night, just six days after Hurricane Sandy unleashed her wrath unto the East Coast. Parts of New York City may still suffering, but the cast succeeded in wringing the comedy from the difficult situation.
The best memes of the week are back, with whole new bunch for you. For all our readers stuck at home because of Hurricane Sandy, we know you need the entertainment. So look no further, we've got enough fresh memes to keep you laughing until the lights come back on (well, maybe not that long).
Superstorm Sandy has caused a lot of damage. People have died, homes have been destroyed, businesses have been ruined. Americans across the country are reaching out by donating money, time, food, and clothing, but they're also reaching out with message of hope in the blog NOLA To New York.
Much like how Goths like to pose in trees, Brazilian model Nana Gouvea likes to pose in front of the devastating wreckage of Hurricane Sandy. It's like posing in front of regular trees, except people died.
After the storm, Gouvea and her boyfriend took to the streets of New York so she could look sexy in front of a bunch of wreckage. The photos went up on Brazilian website EGO and caused a bit of
There have been a lot of awful or inspiring stories coming out of Hurricane Sandy. This manages to be both. A man found a note in his house scrawled by a person who had taken a blanket to keep hypothermia at bay. The author of the note was sure he was dying.