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The 13 Most Uncomfortable Family Feud Moments Ever

From hilariously botched answers to uncontrollable giggle fits

On an episode of Family Feud this week, host Steve Harvey posed the following question: “We asked 100 married women, if you could change one part of your husband’s body, what would it be?” A contestant named Joyce quickly — very quickly — buzzed in to offer her response: “His penis.”

As you can imagine, things got real awkward, real fast. Her husband was standing just 10 feet behind her! Wearing a tie with a bunch of smiley faces on it! This weird little moment got us thinking: Wait, awkward things happen ALL THE TIME on this show. Let’s go back and watch ALL OF THEM.

And so here you go: the 13 most uncomfortable moments on Family Feud:

1. That other time things got really sexual because the question kind of prompted it:

2. That time a contestant thought Jose was a name that started with H:

3. The time a contestant stood there uncomfortably, trying to be polite, for a full two and a half minutes, while everyone else carried on:

4. The time Richard Dawson completely lost it because he was totally making fun of a contestant’s answer:

5. That time “white dudes” was an answer to the question “What has white balls?”:

6. That time one family was really horrible at geography:

7. That time it was funny because it was true:

8. That time somebody was way too trigger-happy with the buzzer and then things got weird:

9. That time a contestant confused the words “douche” and “tush”:

10. That time the Family Feud writers referred to a penis as a “trouser snake”:

11. That time this guy just totally and completely blew it:

12. That time a lady called Dracula “a good sucker”:

13. That time a guy screamed “naked grandma” as an answer:

 

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Saturday Will Be the Best Day Ever if You Love Pizza (But Only if You Live in Chicago)

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Domino's will offer $1 pies across the area to celebrate its 100th Chicago location

Great news: on Saturday, you can get a whole lot of Domino’s pizza for super-duper cheap. Sadly, though, this comes with a few caveats. First, this only applies if you will be in the Chicago area, and second, the deal only lasts from noon to 1:40 p.m.

The chain is offering one-topping medium pies for $1 to celebrate the grand opening of its 100th Chicago location, the Chicago Tribune reports. (That means each pizza costs 100 cents and the deal is available for just 100 minutes. Get it?) Oh, another caveat: there’s a limit of five per customer, but that feels pretty reasonable.

TIME Television

Check Out Allison Williams and Christopher Walken in the Official Peter Pan Live! Poster

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Get excited

NBC has released the official poster for its upcoming live production of Peter Pan, which stars Allison Williams (as Pan) and Christopher Walken (as Hook.)

Peter Pan Live! is set to air on Dec. 4, and we know Williams — best known for her role as the Type A Marnie on Girls — has already been hard at work practicing her flying skills. We’re sure Walken has been hard at work practicing Captain Hook things, too — like steering a boat, as seen in this behind-the-scenes photo tweeted by executive producer Neil Meron.

Get excited, and feel free to start planning your viewing parties now.

TIME viral

‘Let’s Get Physics Y’all’ Music Video Makes Science Digestible for Ladies

Brought to you by comedian Megan Amram with help from Nick Offerman, Rich Fulcher, and Steve Agee

Look, ladies. We might want to be scientists or generally do science things but we’re simply not mentally or physically equipped for it. Luckily, though, comedian and Parks and Recreation writer Megan Amram is out with a new book next month, Science…For Her!, to make science easier for females to digest.

To promote the book, which is basically a Cosmpolitan-style guide to lady-friendly science, Amram enlisted fellow funny-people Nick Offerman, Rich Fulcher and Steve Agee to star this this parody video, “‘Let’s Get Physics Y’all.” As you can probably imagine, it’s completely ridiculous and weird and totally hilarious.

Still, though, this will always be our favorite “Physical” parody:

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Welp, Here’s Diego Luna Covering ‘Creep’ by Radiohead

"Book Of Life" Premiere
Diego Luna arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of "Book Of Life" held at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on October 12, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. Michael Tran—FilmMagic / Getty Images

It's for his upcoming move, The Book of Life

What the hell is Diego Luna doing here? Diego Luna does not belong here.

And by “here” we mean “singing a Radiohead song.” But it happened and nobody can do anything about it. Here’s how this went down: director Jorge Gutierrez reached out to the band asking for permission to use “Creep” in his upcoming animated film, The Book of Life, which stars Luna as young aspiring musician Manolo. Though Radiohead often refuses to lend their songs to films, they said yes this time.

“And they, for the first time ever, said, you know, the way you’re using the song is exactly what that song is for,” Gutierrez told The Latino Review. “It’s a teenager who doesn’t feel like he doesn’t fit in. And that’s who Manolo is.”

Listen to a snippet of the cover here:

 

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Watch Jimmy Fallon and Brad Pitt Communicate Entirely Through the Art of Breakdance

There are subtitles for those of you not fluent in the language of dance

Last night, Brad Pitt dropped by The Tonight Show to chat with Jimmy Fallon, catch up on life, talk about his current movie Fury, etc. They did all of this — but instead of using words, they used their dance moves.

Luckily, this segment included subtitles for those of us who are not fluent in breakdance. Fallon and Pitt both do a great job, but the true star here is clearly Brad’s mustache.

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Watch Bill Murray Abandon David Letterman to Train for the NYC Marathon (in a Tux)

"Can you handle things? I really should get a run in."

In the middle of his interview with David Letterman last night to promote his movie St. Vincent, Bill Murray decided to pull a Bill Murray and make things totally weird. All of a sudden, he seems to get flustered and begins asking Letterman questions like “What is today’s date?” and “When is the NYC marathon?” and “Is that soon?” He made a commitment to himself, he explains, to enter the race this year, and decides that he needs to get up and get a run in. “Can you handle things?” he asks the Late Show host.

Then Murray slathers Bengay all over his hands and heads out into New York City to train — all while wearing a tuxedo.

Watch the full clip here:

 

TIME Music

Afroman Remade Because I Got High to Convey That Weed Won’t Actually Ruin Your Life

"I had problems with glaucoma, but then I got high"

If you think really hard, all the way back to 2001, you might remember Afroman’s hit song “Because I Got High,” which basically outlined the rapid nosedive your life will take if you ingest too much cannabis. First, this song explained, you’ll blow off small tasks like cleaning your room, and then you’ll be missing bigger responsibilities like class and work. As things continue to escalate, you’ll soon start missing court appearances, blowing off child support payments and, eventually, just messing up your entire life. All because you got high.

But 13 years later, the rapper is back to recant that message. He partnered with Weedmaps (considered the “Yelp of weed dispensaries”) and Norml (a marijuana reform nonprofit) to put a pro-legalization spin on the classic tune. Now, Afroman is telling us all about the benefits of ganj. Smoking it helps with everything from glaucoma to anxiety attacks, he explains, and legalizing it would help the economy.

Also, if this video is to be believed, smoking weed also means you get to ride around Los Angeles on a couch with wheels, which is definitely the biggest selling point.

TIME Internet

11 Halloween Costumes for People Who Spend Too Much Time on the Internet

Beryl Lipton douses Matt Lee during the ice bucket challenge at Boston's Copley Square on August 7, 2014 to raise funds and awareness for ALS.
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From the Apparently Kid to the Ice Bucket Challenge to some guy on Tinder

Halloween is almost two weeks away, which means time is running out to create the perfect costume. (Yes, you could always buy one, but homemade costumes are so much more fun and clever.) If you’re anything like us, you spend most of your time hiding behind a screen, entrenched in the weird world of the Internet — so why not use Halloween as an opportunity to celebrate the web’s biggest trends?

Here, ideas for 11 costumes that will help you take your web-savviness off of the screen and into the real world.

1. The Apparently Kid

Five-year-old Noah Ritter became a massive internet sensation thanks to his scene-stealing appearance on a local news segment. With appearances on Ellen, a mention on The Colbert Report and even a commercial deal, he won the Internet and our hearts.

What you need: A large TV microphone, a striped polo shirt, a can-do attitude. Make sure to punctuate all your sentences with the word “apparently”

2. The “Sexy Felon”

Jeremy Meeks Stockton Police Department

This summer, the Internet collectively swooned over the mugshot of convicted felon Jeremy Meeks. He was just so dreamy that nobody seemed to care too much that the California resident was considered “one of the most violent criminals in the Stockton area.”

What you need: Perfect bone structure (or makeup to create the illusion), an orange jumpsuit, eyeliner to draw a teardrop on your face and tattoos on your neck, a sultry gaze

3. Potato salad

Remember that time the wonderful people of the Internet came together to raise $55,000 for some guy on Kickstarter who just wanted to make some potato salad? Yeah.

What you need: White pants, white shirt, a picture of potato salad to tape to yourself, money to tape to yourself (optional)

4. Some guy on Tinder

This will be the best way for you to score a date at that Halloween party.

What you need: A stuffed tiger, poster board and markers to make a portable Tinder placard, a weird pick-up line

5. The Ice Bucket Challenge

Beryl Lipton douses Matt Lee during the ice bucket challenge at Boston's Copley Square on August 7, 2014 to raise funds and awareness for ALS.
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This viral phenomenon truly dominated the Internet for weeks, so you might encounter other people who’ve turned this into a costume too. Step up your game by requesting ice water at the party and then make a scene by dumping it all over yourself.

What you need: A bucket to wear upside down on your head, ice cube trays to tape to yourself

6. The Snapchat ghost

A modern twist on a classic costume. To really commit here, you’ll need to dash away from all conversations in 10 seconds (or fewer).

What you need: A white sheet, scissors to cut some eye holes, large yellow poster board to tape to your back

7. Obama’s tan suit

President Obama Makes Statement In The Briefing Room Of White House
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Everybody online seemed to have really strong feelings about the tan suit Obama wore during an address about the terrorist group ISIS. Like, they didn’t seem particularly concerned about ISIS, but they were super concerned about Obama’s suit.

What you need: A tan suit

8. A Flappy Bird

Since the creator of this game seems to have taken about five minutes to make it, there’s no reason you should spend any more than that making your costume.

What you need: A picture of a Flappy Bird, a printer, tape

Note: If you plan to tag-team Halloween this year, here are some options that work for a group:

9. Pumpkin spice

Pumpkin Spice Latte
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You’ll need to convince five friends to dress up as each one of the Spice Girls: Posh Spice, Baby Spice, Scary Spice, Ginger Spice and Sporty Spice. Then you get to be the long-lost sixth member: Pumpkin Spice. Get it?

How many people: 6

What you need: Platform shoes, a mini skirt, a pumpkin to wear on your head (or a picture of a pumpkin to tape to your shirt)

10. Sharknado 2

Gather your friends, attach some sharks to yourselves and swarm around everybody. Boom — you’re the real life version of everybody’s favorite campy disaster sequel.

How many people: 2 (or as many as you want, really)

What you need: Stuffed sharks to attach to your body, black clothing

11. John Oliver destroying things

The host of HBO’s Last Week Tonight started a tradition of taking buzzy topics or concepts and then just totally shutting them down — and these clips continually took the Internet by storm. For this costume, one person gets to be John, and everyone else gets to be one of the things he has taken down. (Think Columbus Day, native advertising, the Obama administration’s drone policy, pumpkin spice lattes, the sexism of Miss America, etc.)

How many people: 3 or more

What you need: A suit and rectangular glasses for John Oliver, a whole bunch of creativity for everything else

TIME viral

This Is the Awesome Sound You’ll Hear When You Skip Stones on a Frozen Lake

It's probably not what you'd expect

Cory Williams, who runs a YouTube channel all about life in Alaska, made a very interesting discovery lately: skipping rocks on a mostly frozen lake leads to a surprisingly cool sonic experience (skip to 3:45 in the video to hear). Williams was totally not expecting the sound, which is kind of like a laser or some kind of chirping bird. Watch as he gets really, really excited about this revelation and then searches for more stones so he can hear the sound again.

Though this experience was new to Williams, several other people have tried it and had similar results:

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