The Detroit Tigers failed to make it to the World Series this year despite boasting one of the most impressive pitching rotations in the entire league. With two aces anchoring their staff, the Tigers look to be primed for another deep run behind the arms of past Cy Young award winner Justin Verlander and new […]
Already this season, South Park has lampooned Sinead O’Connor, Miley Cyrus, and Van Halen. Now, for the season finale, creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker are bringing back one of their most infamous celebrity parodies of all 17 seasons: Kanye West. After diving off into the ocean in the now-infamous “Fishsticks” episode from Season 13, Ye returns tonight as a “recovering gay fish” on a mission to persuade the town that his beloved Kim Kardashian is in no way a Hobbit. Not sure how anyone could top this iconic moment of television history, but we’ll find out tonight at 10pm ET/PT. Check out the trailer below while you ready the dvr and defrost the Gorton’s.
Cincinnati Reds’ outfielder Shin-Soo Choo is probably the best free agent left on the market, or at least the free agent left on the market who is going to get the biggest contract. According to Bob Nightengale of of the USA Today, Choo is said to be looking for a deal worth about $140 million over […]
The Super Bowl and the automobile industry go hand in hand at the meeting point with television ad spots, which comes to no surprise as it is the most highly sought after period for commercial television advertisements.
The K900 itself is based off of the Hyundai Equus and is built on the same BG_L (VI) platform. The K900 also receives the same Hyundai-sourced 3.8L Lambda-II V6 as the Genesis and the Equus’ 5.0L Tau V8.
In an market research report provided to IGN, it was revealed that the PlayStation 4 is the quickest-selling console in history. In that same report, DFC Intelligence also makes a sales prediction about Nintendo’s struggling Wii U console.
According to DFC Intelligence, the Wii U “is expected to be mainly a system for Nintendo first-party software,” which doesn’t come as much of a surprise. Since the days of NES and SNES, Nintendo has staked a claim as the company with the industry’s strongest first-party presence, led by its Mario franchise, which continues to sell well to this day.