TBS invites you to grab your four-legged BFFs and take a walk down memory lane to revisit one of late-night’s most iconic segments on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” “Stupid Pet Tricks,” which has been greenlit as a ten-episode, half-hour series for the network. Host Sarah Silverman (“I Love You America” “The Sarah Silverman Podcast”), a fierce lover of funny animals and their equally funny humans, brings this classic segment into a fresh, comedy variety show filled with big laughs, extraordinary animals, and of course the most Stupid Pet Tricks out there. Production will begin in Los Angeles later
Video captured by an attendee shows roman candles being shot at the cattle and fireworks bouncing off of the cows’ heads.
OAKLEY, Idaho — The Pioneer Days celebration in Oakley, Idaho dates back more than 130 years. One of the main attractions is the rodeo, but new, disturbing video shows fireworks being shot at cattle.
Oakley is a small farming community in Cassia County, about 20 miles from the Idaho-Utah border.
During the rodeo, the last event is wild cow riding, where teams of three have to hold, saddle and ride a cow. The mad-cappery is capped off with a
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A blockbuster weekend of events to fit just about every persuasion is on tap this weekend around the Carson City area as July ends and August begins. Here’s what’s ahead.
Join the Carson Comedy Club at the Carson Nugget for a weekend of knee-slapping competition among several regional and national standup comedians. Kabir’s Comedy Challenger began Thursday and continues through Saturday. Standup appearances will be made by Amanda Arnold, Mario Dion Hodge, Luz Pazos, Sam Bam, Dennis Gaxiola, Drea Myers, Julio A Gonzalez,
A popular segment from David Letterman’s former late-night series is returning to television as a new comedy-variety series hosted by Sarah Silverman. TBS has ordered 10 episodes of Stupid Pet Tricks which will begin filming later this year.
TBS revealed more about the series order in a press release.
“TBS invites you to grab your four-legged BFFs and take a walk down memory lane to revisit one of late-night’s most iconic segments on The Late Show with David Letterman, Stupid Pet Tricks, which has been greenlit as a ten-episode,
The medieval Georgian village of Dmanisi is a mecca for paleoanthropology. It holds the oldest known records of human ancestors outside of Africa, shedding light on how the hominin Homo erectus lived at the crossroads of Europe and Asia roughly 1.8 million years ago.
Based on newly unearthed remains, it now seems that Dmanisi’s hominins crossed paths in the Caucasus with a four-legged traveler from the east: an enormous—and particularly social—wild dog with teeth built to slice up meat.
The remains belong to Canis (Xenocyon) lycaonoides, or the Eurasian hunting dog, which probably first evolved in East Asia around 1.8