I've never had an "ideal boyfriend list." On one particular night of consumption and reflection, however, I came up with a list of men who, if combined, might create the perfect man. They aren't human men, though, and I'm not sure they're all even really male, but they possess traits that rock my world regardless of gender. If given the chance, I'd totally date them, for a while at least. I'd also have to break up with them eventually because dating made up dudes who only exist on TV would make me a legit psycho.
We always suspected that underneath Marge Simpson's dowdy exterior was a blue-haired wildcat waiting to run loose. The animated wife and mother of three will appear in Playboy's November issue, on sale October 16. Not only is Marge going to be the November cover girl, but she's also getting a three-page spread! And, sorry to disappoint Mr. Burns, but Marge will not be baring all. Instead, the pictorial will feature "implied nudity" and shots of the former Ms. Bouvier in sexy lingerie. Hmm...wonder if she'll take off or leave on her trademark pearls?
Seth MacFarlane: master of the obvious. In an interview with Playboy, the Family Guy creator has outed the animated Stewie Griffin "he will be gay or a very unhappy repressed homosexual." Speaking of animated people being outed, per Brad Pitt, George Clooney is gay. We assume he's kidding.
The Simpsons started us down this road in which everything is the best, worst, most, or least. Sure, it could be the Best Week Ever, but it probably isn't. In that regard, what makes a Best Man the best man? And what makes him the worst Best Man? There are probably degrees of ruining a wedding and this video has to be right up there.
Well, the wedding of the century went down. A romance for the ages has been sanctified. Papa Joe Simpson married his daughter, Ashlee, to emo rocker Pete Wentz. The wedding also included an unexpected appearance from one Dallas Cowboys quarterback. Find out more.