All of that money, and the bluetooth isn't hooked up.
No police caught Bruce, but cameras did, which is just as damning.
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Remember when Katie Couric and Bryant Gumbel had no idea what the internet was?
It was in back in 1994, so we'll cut them some slack, but still: hilarious.
We love how they have no idea what the "@" symbol means! Ha!
BMW must've found that funny too, so they came up with a genius idea for their new Super Bowl commercial!
They put Katie and Bryant in the new BMW i3 electric car and show them still being confused about future technology! LOLz!
We'd watch these two be confused about all sorts of tech! They're quite the uninformed duo.
Check out the video (below) to see this cute Super Bowl ad!
Rosie O'Donnell is NOT letting Stephen Collins off the hook!
The View co-host TORE into Stephen after his tell-all interview with Katie Couric aired this past Friday.
We're not so sure how to feel about this…
Stephen Collins may have opened up about his victims during his 20/20 interview on Friday night, but he actually talked a lot about himself too!
Katie Couric sure did get a lot out of the 7th Heaven star, but one of the more interesting things we learned is that Stephen claims he was molested himself when he was a kid!
Stephen Collins spoke for the first time on camera since his molestation claims came out, and boy did he share a lot of information on the case on Friday night.
Katie Couric sat down with 7th Heaven star for a Yahoo! and 20/20 interview, and in it, he admitted to exposing himself to underage girls at three separate instances that took place in 1973, 1982, and 1994.
Well this is an interesting development.
Yet another clip from the special, airing today, has surfaced.
In this latest one, Stephen adamantly claims he is NOT a pedophile — despite releasing a personal statement two days ago in which he admits to MULTIPLE counts of child molestation!
The former 7th Heaven dad's defense is as follows:
What a sad, sad day for The Colbert Report fans!
Last night, December 18 was the series finale of Stephen Colbert's nine-year-long run on Comedy Central.
However, never one to do anything small, the show was a star-studded affair that found Patrick Stewart, Andy Cohen, James Franco, Jon Stewart, Bill Clinton and literally SO MANY OTHERS singing We'll Meet Again to help Stephen off to immortality.
Seriously, the host of the show (officially) can't die because HE killed Death last night in the last segment of Cheating Death.
Which means he'll be
Stephen Collins recently sat down with Katie Couric for an interview set to air this Friday, and the conversation is DISTURBING.
In the preview clip released today, the former 7th Heaven star confesses to molesting young girls and describes himself as "flawed" person.
The ex TV dad explains: