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Take a look at the photo (below)!
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Disney World is about to put a spell on you!
It seems like every year around mid-October, '80s and '90s kids start talking about one thing and one thing only…
No, not Halloween — Hocus Pocus!
Now that Halloween and Thanksgiving are finally over with, we can focus on what's really important…
Every year since 2006, The Killers have written and recorded a special Christmas song for the RED campaign. They always collaborate with big artists and this year they asked Kimmel to be involved!
He was obviously flattered and did his best to come up with a hilarious yet sentimental tune.
Check out the video (below) to get a behind the scenes look at Kimmel and the Killers' songwriting process — and the music video for the greatest holiday song ever created:
There are lots of reasons not to have sex in a cemetery: zombies, vengeful spirits, chafing.
But on the latest episode of Sex Sent Me To The E.R., a couple experiences a sexual mishap that no one saw coming!
Valerie wants to fulfill her Halloween fantasy but Mike ends up filling something else when he FALLS INTO AN OPEN GRAVE!
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to see some slapstick worthy of Laurel And Hardy! Oh man, those two make so much more sense now…
We hate to laugh, but you know what? They're both fine now, so we're going to laugh all we want! LOLz!
This spooky ep of Sex Sent Me To The E.R. airs Saturday night at 10 pm ET/PT.
Eric Hart's super cute, super tiny son Collier has been stuck in the hospital since his premature birth in July.
What was this dad to do for his child when Halloween rolled around and his kid was still hospitalized?
Being a professional prop maker must've come in handy for this skilled dad… he made his son an Iron Man costume!!
Here's what he said:
No, it's not the Kardashians!
It's the Carter family!!
A courthouse might be a place you'd expect to find justice…
And where there's justice, there are BATS!
The 5th Judicial District Courthouse in St. George, Utah found this out recently when over 50 Brazilian free-tailed bats were found inside the building!