Business Week ranked the airport last in customer satisfaction due to long delays, bureaucratic employees, and overall oppressive atmosphere. ...
George Carlin, alone with guests James K Glassmn and Cynthia Tucker, talk about the response to Katrina.
From Real Time with Bill Maher, 2005.
Jeremy Clarkson tours Europe to see if the reality of the French, Belgians, Italians, Spanish and Germans matches the stereotype.
Episode 5 in a 5 part series. Jeremy goes to Italy.
Clip from his comedy special "I Walked on the Moon." Discusses the many shortcomings inherent in the things we eat. RT: 8:05
Four minutes of top quality cinematic violence.
The scene from Romeo is Bleeding, where Mona escapes from Jack. Directed by Peter Medak.
"Gomer Pyle" can't take it any longer. From Kubrick's Full Metal Jacket (1987).
Some of the farewell segments of Johnny's last show.
Little Red Riding Hood, from Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends, who owns a shop must get a wolf skin somehow.
You loved the Snuggie. You loved ShamWOW! But you hated the hassle of having to order them separately.
Now there's SnugWow! It's the chamois with sleeves!
From Real Time with Bill Maher.
Chip takes us on a wild ride into the life of a master salesman. How many sales can he make in a single video? One? Maybe?
Second episode in The Website is Down series.
The Guinness Book Of World Records names Leonard McQueeny with having the most extensive facial prosthesis. Nearly half his face is silicone rubber that he can snap on and it has changed his life. This technological medical advancement was developed in Australia. Other footage shows people with prosthetic ears and noses. This segment is taken from the American television show Guinness Book Of World Records: Primetime. Not for the squeamish.
A public announcement from Bill Clinton (with a little help from the late show)
from Monty Python's Flying Circus
Season 1 - Episode 11
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Goes To The Bathroom
Recorded 14-12-69, Aired 28-12-69
The first ten minutes of boot camp from the film Full Metal Jacket (Stanley Kubrick, 1987).
Hartman pounding young men into soldiers through intimidation and adroit (often poetic) command of the colorful side of the English language.