NBC recently announced that Bill Cosby will return to TV in 2015 with a new sitcom. Will it be closer to a classic like The Cosby Show, or will it be largely forgotten…like these Bill Cosby flops?
In 1950, 11-year-old Tommy Johnston tried out for Little League in Corning, New York. His sister, Kathryn, wanted to try out, too—but girls were barred from Little League at the time. Undeterred, Kathryn had her mother cut off her long braids, wore some of her brother’s clothes, and told coaches her name was Tubby (taking the name from a character in Little Lulu comics).
It started off as a coincidence—perhaps it just has a good rhythm—but the number 27 makes many, many appearances in the works and life of so-hot-right-now parody rock star “Weird Al” Yankovic.
Band names can be very misleading. Here are some bands in which many people thought that the name of the band referred to the lead singer…but didn’t.
These pricey potties definitely deserve to be called thrones. Here are some of the world’s most expensive toilets. Which one is your favorite?