The economy is so bad, Justin Bieber had to take a factory job in China.
Christine O’Donnell has a new campaign ad where she says she’s not a witch. Nancy Pelosi was furious. She said, “Hey, that’s my slogan.”
“The Flintstones” is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Do you know the name of the car Fred Flintstone had to stop with his feet? It was called a Toyota.
After years of delay, it looks like they’re going to make the movie “The Hobbit.” So, congratulations to Snooki. Nice to see her working.
It’s a good thing the Times Square bomber got life in prison because he’ll never get a parking spot on Broadway again.
Osama bin Laden keeps releasing audio tapes to show that he’s still relevant. Really? Audio tapes? How about an iPod download?
They say bin Laden keeps making these tapes to prove he’s still alive. It’s the same reason I do this show.
The Nobel Prize is given out by a mysterious group called “Scandinavians.”
They give a prize for medicine, for physics, and for comedy variety.
The Nobel Peace Prize is like the Oscar for Best Picture. The prize for science is like the Oscar for sound editing.
Christine O’Donnell released a commercial in which she says, "I’m not a witch." That’s pretty good, though not as effective as her opponent's slogan, "I'm not Christine O'Donnell."
Cesar Millan, the Dog Whisperer, is criticizing President Obama for not properly training his dog, Bo. Apparently, Bo still doesn't respond to simple commands such as "sit," "stay," and "fix the economy.”
The NFL fined Titans defensive coordinator Chuck Cecil $40,000 for flipping officials off on Sunday. When Cecil was asked to comment on the fine, he said, "Well, let's just say it's up to $80,000."
EA Sports released a new version of the video game "NBA Jam" that features Obama, Biden, Bush, and Cheney. Bush and Cheney play the first half, then Obama and Biden try to come back from a 6 billion point deficit.