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    It’s easy to look at Act Like a Musician and snigger just a little bit. The first episode—bringing together That 70s Show’s Danny Masterson and Albert Hammond Jr. of the Strokes—feels like something just emerged from a time capsule, a hopeful missive from the past to remind us that humanity can be wrong.

    Back in 2001 teaming these two up would have made perfect sense. Masterson was stealing scenes, and there was no telling that Jackie Burkhart and Kelso would be the ones to blossom into movie stars while Hyde would be left scraping together one-off appearances on already-cancelled basic cable shows.

    Nor did anyone know that the Strokes would follow Weezer’s “two and out” strategy and resign their third best guitarist to a solo career peddling mid-tempo art-pop that Julian Casablancas must judge as falling short of B-side status. It’s a far cry from those heady days in the early 2000s when a young Hammond was able to tell a pre-The Game Neil Strauss that he ate only two things for lunch—“breakfast or sushi”—without sounding self-parodic.

    And it’s those days that the two reflect upon: “We met, what 14, 13 years ago?” asks Masterson, just before dredging up his wife Bijou Phillips so she can “accidentally” wander into shot, her first onscreen appearance in yonks. “Yeah, long time ago,” says Hammond, after a pause.

    It’s pretty miserable: two people nobody normal could possibly care about anymore talking about themselves. Masterson working hard to control his excitement that the studio that he built to play Oasis and Strokes covers now, after all these years, contained the real thing. And Hammond, these days with no pressing reason to turn down an AOL webseries, hesitantly but politely joining the mutual appreciation society, praising Masterson on his turn in Beethoven’s 2nd.

    When the two finally come together to jam—because that is the purpose of the series, with Josh Charles, Jason Lee, Kevin Drew from Broken Social Scene, and Midlake down for future episodes—you half expect them to launch into something from 2001’s Is This It. But instead we get one of Hammond’s compositions. It disappoints in comparison but is free from the depressive reminder of how much time has passed.

    Photos via Act Like a Musician/YouTube | Remix by Max Fleishman


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    One of the biggest forces of nature in The Big Bang Theory is coming from a galaxy far, far away.

    Along with Star Trek, Star Wars is such a part of the CBS sitcom that it could very well be its very own character. Sheldon, Leonard, Howard, and Raj are all fans of the films from the very beginning, and they wear their geekery proudly on their sleeves, including for Star Wars.

    There are so many references to Star Wars in The Big Bang Theory that a fan managed to create a 59-minute video with them all from the first eight seasons. That’s not including any from the current season, and once The Force Awakens is released, we’ll expect even more references to start finding their way into the script.

    The references so far range in substance from the number of lightsabers on display (at least 10 instances, according to the AV Club), quoting lines and the attempted use of Jedi mind tricks, an impersonation from Wil Wheaton (who plays an exaggerated version of himself), a cake, and James Earl Jones and Carrie Fisher both guest-starring in a season 7 episode. And Penny, who’s often ridiculed for not knowing certain aspects of nerd culture, usually guesses Star Wars whenever she’s asked a question.

    But The Big Bang Theory, despite its popularity on TV, is often polarizingamong geeks, and critics may be quick to dismiss the Star Wars references in the show. Luckily for them, The Big Bang Theory is far from the only TV show to homage Star Wars, and there are plenty of ways to get your Star Wars fill on TV.

    1) 30 Rock

    Liz Lemon tried to get out of jury duty by dressing and acting like Princess Leia, and although it fails spectacularly, we applaud her efforts (and her ability to pull off Leia’s signature hair buns).

    2) Community

    What starts out as a spaghetti western switches gears to a Star Wars homage when Greendale is forced to take on City College in the midst of their biggest paintball competition to date. Abed Nadir, always keen for pop culture references, goes full Han Solo.

    3) Robot Chicken

    Robot Chicken has made so many Star Wars sketches that it’s managed to create four different specials out of the material, with Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Billy Dee Williams, and Ahmed Best reprising their roles; George Lucas even once made an appearance as himself. Here are just a few of the efforts.

    4) Futurama

    Futurama has a long history of referencing and paying homage to Star Wars, but Bender’s Game, a straight-to-DVD Futurama film, has a fight sequence that’s a reversed parody of Luke Skywalker and Darth Vader’s duel in The Empire Strikes Back, and Into the Wild Green Yonder has its own version of the Force.

    5) Parks and Recreation

    Remember Patton Oswalt’s epic, completely improvised Star Wars filibuster? So do we. We only have one more month until we see how accurate it is to the plot of The Force Awakens.

    6) The Office

    Dwight Schrute made a great Sith Lord, even if nobody at Dunder Mifflin recognized him.

    7) Sesame Street

    All Sesame Street had to do was cookie-ify Star Wars, insert Cookie Monster as Han Solo and a cookie as Chewbacca, and it had viral gold.

    H/T AV Club | Screengrab via hermioneg34/YouTube


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    Jimmy Kimmel, the man behind celebrities readingmean tweets and parents pranking their children until they cry, is also the founder of one of our nation’s most essential holidays: National Unfriend Day.

    For the sixth year in a row, Kimmel is encouraging his audience, and all fed-up Facebook users nationwide, to eliminate their least likable Facebook friends.

    This year, in the spirit of venting, Jimmy Kimmel Live invited people on the street to don various masks and rant about their worst Facebook friends. That, or it’s all a ruse to see nudes.


    Perplexing as the execution may be, the holiday itself is a great reminder to free yourself of any social media ties that shackle you.

    So take a scroll through your friend list and unfriend to your heart’s content!

    Photo via Jimmy Kimmel Live/Facebook and mkhmarketing/Flickr


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    Break.com’s “Prank it FWD” series is piling on the celebrities for its fourth season, launching today.

    In one of the new installments, actors Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth from the Lionsgate sequel”The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2″ prank Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox of Smosh (whose channels, like Break.com, are part of the Defy Media family) with the help of one of the comedy duo’s super fans, who is living with a form of muscular dystrophy. The clip is designed to raise awareness for the Center for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy at UCLA.

    Also debuting today is  “All Dogs Must Go: Epic Pet Adoption,” in which the hardworking owner of a Los Angeles animal struggles through a disastrous pet adoption event, until surprised by a crowd of pre-approved adopters ready to provide homes every one of her forty dogs. The episode is sponsored by Barefoot Wine & Bubbly.

    The new season roll-out will continue on Wednesday with the debut of an episode featuring “Today” (NBC) co-host Hoda Kotb, who joins the Clevvr “Entourage For The Day” prank in which they turn a teenager’s musical aspirations into reality.

    Launched 18 months ago, the Prank it FWD campaign has generated over 100 million views and performed numerous good deeds in the form of pranks, ranging from a  a cop pulling motorists over and giving them $100 for stopping for a good driving to turning a homeless shelter into a 5-star restaurant. Past celebrity participants have included First Lady Michelle Obama and Glen Davis and DeAndre Jordan of the L.A. Clippers. As with previous seasons, Prank it FWD will donate one dollar for every 1,000 views, and an additional dollar for every social mention tagged #PrankitFWD.

    “We kicked off ‘Prank It FWD’ in April 2014 aiming to turn the prank convention on its ear and add value into the world,” said Barry Blumberg, Defy Media’s chief content officer, in a statement. “Since then, a campaign built on promoting change through positive pranks has grown into a global movement, making an impact with viewers  that has far exceeded our expectations and continues to change the lives of deserving recipients in ways we never could have anticipated.”

    Screengrab via Smosh/YouTube


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    With all the problems that daily fantasy sports sites have encountered in the past couple months—everything from FBI investigations to multiple states banning their residents from participating in them—those who play on FanDuel and DraftKings seemingly weren't affected much by all the controversy. But they might be now, because reportedly, both sites appear to be having money issues.

    According to the Wall Street Journal, DraftKings has asked some of its advertising partners to give the website more time to pay for its ads. Meanwhile, a FanDuel spokesperson said, via Business Insider, that the company is two-to-three days behind paying customers who withdraw their money.

    The Journal writes that DraftKings has asked at least one media company to give the website up to 120 days to pay for its commercials, about twice as much time as is considered normal. DraftKings also has asked for the advertising commitments it had made for the fourth quarter of the year to be delayed until the first quarter of 2016.

    Considering DraftKings spent the most on advertising of any company in this country in September, and that the money it spent in ads from Nov. 2-8 (about $1.8 million) is half of what the site spent weekly in September and October (between $4-6 million), that request from DraftKings doesn't seem like a good sign for the websites or for their network partners.

    “We have good relations and are in good standing with all of our partners. We are always in dialogue with them, including now,” DraftKings said in a statement. “Our strategy on advertising was to have a strong presence in the market for the two weeks prior to the start of the NFL season and the first week of the season. Since then, we’ve been scaling back and we plan to continue to do so. Additionally we are a very analytically driven company and discontinue channels that are not performing well for us.”

    As for FanDuel, spokesperson Justine Sacco said that customers who have asked to be paid by check are having to wait an additional three days while those who want to receive their money through PayPal are waiting two extra days.

    The problem, the company said, doesn't have to do with the state of New York declaring last week that the sites were considered gambling—the state sent cease-and-desist letters to FanDuel and DraftKings. Instead, Sacco said the site is "rolling out additional [identity] verification systems" that will help prevent fraud.

    H/T Awful AnnouncingPhoto via John Morgan/Flickr (CC BY 2.0)


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    Proving that some Adele fans can't wait three more days to hear her latest album, the British singer-songwriter's first record in three years, 25, has been leaked online.

    According to the Sun, Juno Records out of London posted two-minute snippets of all 11 of the album's songs. After the newspaper broke the news, the album stream was removed from the store's website.

    Here's why the leak would have ramifications for Adele. As the Sun writes, "Adele has been fiercely protective of the album, admitting the only person she had played it to in full was her manager Jonathan Dickins. Earlier a music industry source said: 'This throws the most carefully planned album campaign in years into crisis. Everything had been built up around a massive surprise on Friday, when the album was going to be released in every territory around the world... What’s going to be most devastating for her is people hearing the songs in an unfinished form online.'"

    Clearly, though, Adele fans are hungry for her new music, especially considering viewers spent 1,300 years (which equals 110 million page views) watching Adele's latest video for the single "Hello" the week it was released.

    There also were reports that big-box store Target had already placed Adele's latest on the racks for sale, but her representatives told Billboard that those rumors were untrue.

    So far, Adele has stayed silent on social media, but perhaps that's because her team is also using this leak as a reason to stop her from tweeting.

    Screengrab via AdeleVEVO/YouTube


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    While the rest of the world celebrates pilgrims and budding pop stars at annual Thanksgiving parades, Billy Eichner decided to tribute the true Thanksgiving stars, like Maggie Gyllenhaal, in his own event.

    For an upcoming episode of Billy On the Street, Eichner instituted his own Thanksgiving Day Parade to celebrate who he believes are the icons of the season. He even called in the big guns, tapping Katie Couric as co-host for the inaugural event. The pair discuss the rundown of quirky floats, and instead of a marching band there's a march of the publicists. Most impressively, Eichner has commissioned giant balloons of luminaries like Rooney Mara and Sean Penn to float on by.

    Eichner finishes off the parade as Santa himself, accompanied by Mrs. Claus in the form of Elena, the series' most iconic "Quizzed In the Face" contestant from seasons past.

    Screengrab via Billy On The Street/YouTube


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    Before ISIS attacked downtown Paris with coordinated, deadly violence on Friday, a packed crowd gathered in the Bataclan theater to see California's Eagles of Death Metal. The show would come to an abrupt end when gunfire opened in the audience, before three heavily armed ISIS recruits went for higher ground and shot down at the panicked crowd from the balconies. 

    Eighty-nine of the 129 deaths took place inside the Bataclan. And a member of the U.K.-based Vantage News service, who goes by the name "BestImage," snapped a photo that proves the "before" scene of a tragedy can be almost as heartbreaking as what came next:

    The Daily Mail got the exclusive release on that photo, and others that BestImage took. The loose, celebratory vibe captured in the Bataclan couldn't be farther from the confusing hell that it'd soon become within the span of just a few minutes.

    While the Daily Mail has more of BestImage's photos, concert photographer Manu Wino was also at the event. He was there to do what his Facebook page, Twitter account, and website indicate that he does quite a bit: live photography. 

    He's opted to post them in a Facebook album, along with a message:

    Ces photos sont libres de droits, merci de ne pas les modifier, ni recadrage ni retouche supplémentaire.
    Par respect pour les victimes, merci de n'en faire aucun usage commercial. Zip de la série disponible sur simple demande.
    Peace, Love & Death Metal
    Manu
    --------
    These pictures are copyright free, do not change them, resize them or anything...
    No commercial use should be done with these pictures by respect to the victims. Zip file of the set available on demand.
    Peace, Love & Death Metal
    Manu

    Plenty can be found in the form of photos, videos, phone calls, and security footage that showcases the horror experienced in Paris last week. These images capture something different: The joy experienced that night. 

    H/T the Daily Mail | Photo via Pepsiline/Flickr (CC BY SA 2.0)


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    If someone asks you what you mean when you say you've "got the feels," you can helpfully point them to Dictionary.com, which included the term in an update of new words this month.

    For its November 2015 additions, which include terms like "Yaaas," " Feels," and "On Fleek," the site realized that some modern terms were better explained in video form. So the site rolled out a series of YouTube videos featuring Web stars explaining exactly what these new entries mean.

    Not all the words are totally new. "Yaaas" entered the discourse two years ago because of an Instagram post celebrating Lady Gaga and has gone on to inform all sorts of excitement and memes. "Feels" is a longstanding fandom term for emotion about a character or event. "Facepalm" has a storied history in the fandom lexicon as well, as do most of the other words that Dictionary.com added.

    But such is the process of lexicography, or the creation of dictionaries. Words need to reach a certain status before the gatekeepers decide to anoint them as "real" words primed for definition. Thanks to the Internet, however, we have even more robust way to define them, like these videos.

    Dictionary.com has been available since 1995, and in 2004 the site acquired Random House Unabridged Dictionary, using that as the foundation for its online resource. But Dictionary.com's decisions about what to include don't constitute the be-all, end-all of the English language.

    Every dictionary is just a function of its creator, and thus every one has different requirements for admitting new words. Other dictionaries, like the Oxford English Dictionary, have yet to include words like "on fleek," although with its most recent update in September, the OED did include terms like "hoverboard" and the phrase "do you feel me?"

    Definitions are definitely in the ear of the beholder, but you can at least feel a little more legit throwing around "Yaaas" now that it has this linguistic backing.

    Screengrab via Dictionary.com/YouTube


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    The Daily Show is getting to the bottom of why so many governors are refusing to let in Syrian refugees—and it’s not just to show how tough they are.

    In the wake of last week’s Paris attacks, there’s been a lot of panic among politicians and the public. The governors who don’t want Syrian refugees have no authority to block them. Republicans in Congress are trying to halt the current plan to bring in refugees or modify it to only bring in Christians. President Obama strongly opposes those efforts.

    None of the men identified so far as Paris attackers were from Syria; the man in charge is Belgian. And the tone with which many politicians are discussing Syrian refugees is already raising comparisons to the attitude Americans had toward Jewish refugees prior to World War II.

    The first governor to refuse refugees was Alabama's Robert Bentley. But it’s not because he thought he could actually prevent refugees from settling in Alabama, Roy Wood Jr explained to Trevor Noah. Instead, it's that Alabama just hasn’t figured out how to be racist to them yet—aside from the xenophobia and perpetuating the belief that there are terrorists among them.

    “Oppression is like good barbecue,” Wood Jr. explained. “If refugees can just hold out a little while longer, we’ll have some racism ready for them that will fall right off the bone!”

    Screengrab via The Daily Show


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    Star Wars: The Force Awakens is almost here, but marketing for the movie is already everywhere. And no, we’re not just talking about the increasing number of TV spotsbeing released and vague hints being offered by the cast and crew.

    As long as there have been Star Wars films, there has been an oversaturation of Star Wars merchandise in the market. And Stephen Colbert, as a huge Star Wars fan, is committed to buying all of it—even CoverGirl’s Star Wars collection.

    He might not have any use for it (or understand it), but Darth Vader has never looked so good.

    Colbert is left to wonder just how far it’ll go. One thing’s for sure: it’ll be eggcellent.

    Screengrab via The Late Show with Stephen Colbert/YouTube


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    The Daily Dot is celebrating Woman Crush Wednesday, better known as #WCW onTwitter andInstagram, by highlighting female creators onYouTube whose work we admire.

    If you can dream it, baker extraordinaire Yolanda Gampp can bake it. A stuffed Thanksgiving turkey, a Vegemite jar, emojis, a human brain: They’ve all been caked. In the 10 months since starting her channel How to Cake It, Gampp’s videos have cooked up over 42 million views, proving her a rising digital star to take notice of.

    Her channel is a mix of novelty cake tutorials, general baking tips, and her interactive series #CakeTalks, a Google Hangout series she conducts with fans every Thursday at 9am ET.

    Inspired by her father, Gampp always knew she wanted to be a baker and cake decorator, teaching herself how to decorate at a young age. Over the past 15 years in the business, Gampp has become known worldwide for her novelty cakes with one of her first major successes coming in the form of an edible Birkin bag for a socialite’s party. From there, Gampp found success on the Food Network’s Sugar Stars before seeking out YouTube to directly create and share with her audience of YoYos.

    And the icing on top of the cake? Gampp is hilarious! Her personality nearly pops through your screen, as she can’t contain her excitement over fondant and red velvet.

    Through her website, Gampp provides copies of each of her recipes along with reviews of and links to baking products she adores. She is dedicated to checking and responding to fan comments every day and works endlessly to provide viewers with the tutorials they crave most.

    On every level, Gampp is a role model. For aspiring bakers, her tutorials are accessible education experiences that push individuals to think of unique ways to combine art and food. For the rest of us, her decorating tutorials are a source of endless, mesmerizing entertainment that will suck up an hour of your workday. But what sets Gampp apart most from the other cooking channels on YouTube is the example she sets for fans, especially as a women of color in a white male–dominated profession. Gampp’s success shows that with hard work and passion, a dream job is possible—an inspiring footnote for anyone in any profession working against the odds.

    The world is sweeter with your creations, Yolanda Gampp, so bake on!

    Screengrab via HowToCakeIt/YouTube


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    Justin Bieber, a genderfluid Benedict Cumberbatch, and, oh, yeah, Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson, are turning heads in the new trailer for Zoolander 2 as surely as Blue Steel first did in 2001.

    Cumberbatch, whose cameo as an androgyne model predictably outnumbers all other GIFs of the film on Tumblr by orders of magnitude, steals the trailer as the mysterious “All,” while Penélope Cruz, Will Ferrell, and Kristin Wiig all put in eye-catching appearances.

    All in all, though, they’re nothing to the return of Derek and Hansel, crime-fighting male model duo extraordinaire. 

    So far, just from the trailer, we can tell the sequel will contain more of everything we loved from Zoolander, up to and including the diabolical foamy latte:

    Bring it on, Mugatu. Bring it on.

    Photo courtesy of Paramount


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    Conan O’Brien, who once traveled to Ireland on Late Night and became the first late-night host to film his show in Cuba since the 1950s, has now taken his show to Armenia to explore the ancestral roots of one of his longtime staff members.

    His personal assistant, Sona Movsesian, is part of Los Angeles’s Armenian community but she’s never had the chance to go, so O’Brien decided to take her there and discover the culture—at least once he’s mastered some of the language. And even if you haven’t watched any of O’Brien’s other remote shoots, you can imagine how that went.

    At one point he manages to buy Armenian viagra at a market.

    And when he and Movsesian discover that the sheepherders aren’t dressed in traditional garb, they put it on themselves and use Bachelor gossip to keep them in place.

    During the trip O'Brien also manages to book an appearance on an Armenian soap opera, visit a matchmaker, and get in plenty of shopping along the way. He often plays the bumbling idiot and tries to make himself the butt of the jokes (instead of Armenia) as Movsesian and the locals explain Armenian culture, which is full of his signature schtick and absurdity.

    And what sort of trip would it be if O’Brien didn’t try and make his dance moves a thing?

    The show even takes a serious tone as Movsesian visits the Armenian Genocide Memorial, where she chokes up talking about the family members her grandparents lost during a tragic time in history.

    You can watch more of O’Brien’s adventures in Armenia on Team Coco’s website.

    Screengrab via Team Coco


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    Chelsea Handler admittedly hasn't "had a lot going on recently," so she's trying something new: a four-part documentary series for Netflix called Chelsea Does set to premiere in January.

    The trailer suggests each episode will tackle a different topic: marriage, racism, Silicon Valley, and drugs

    The official 2016 release date of Handler's other Netflix project—a talk show—is still yet to be announced, but according to previous statements, it's going to "cover current events and feature investigative reporting, a la 60 Minutes but 'faster, quicker, cooler.'" 

    This docuseries might just be the perfect way to get America comfortable hearing from Handler in formats other than standup and celebrity news before her other show debuts.

    H/T Variety | Screengrab via Netflix/YouTube


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    The remaining members of One Direction stopped by Ellen Tuesday for a game of Never Have I Ever, but one of the questions was decidedly juicier than the others.

    After a series of softballs like “Never have I ever used another bandmate’s toothbrush,” Ellen eventually got to the good stuff: Have you ever hooked up with a fan? 

    But in true high school fashion, she doesn’t specify exactly what hooking up with someone constitutes, which makes it a little hard to believe that Harry Styles is the only member of the group who needs to turn his paddle to “I Have.”


    Directioners are—as you might expect—quite excited about this development, regardless of what it means:

    Needless to say, it’s a great day to be a Harry fan. 

    H/T Jezebel | Screengrab via EllenTube

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    Despite Psy's "Gangnam Style" having the most views on all of YouTube, there's another video that people have spent more time watching: "Wheels On the Bus," a 54-minute clip from LittleBabyBum, a creator you've probably never heard of—unless you've got a toddler.

    Teens and tweens may be the demographic most associated with YouTube, but there's a younger generation below them that treat their devices just like a TV, and a generation of parents looking for easy ways to entertain, educate, and quiet down their littlest ones by handing them a phone or an iPad. 

    Kids content on YouTube continue to skyrocket, with 10 million downloads of the the YouTube Kids app. Launched nine months ago in the U.S., it's now expanding its child-safe reach to international markets. Starting today, the app will be available in the U.K. and Ireland, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. 

    Through the Kids app, some searches are automatically blocked, like "9/11," and aspects like comments are disabled. However, the app has drawn criticism from the FTC because YouTube content often includes brand-sponsored content, while 1970s FCC rulings prohibit children's TV from directly selling products.YouTube isn't quite TV, but it's definitely hawking brands to young, impressionable eyes. 

    Even if there are flaws with the app, for parents looking for a safer space for their kids than the wild world of all of YouTube, the app will expand its global reach starting today.

    Screengrab via LittleBabyBum/YouTube


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    When HeyUSA wanted to incorporate extreme sports, its two stars just about revolted. And so Astronauts Wanted's travel show, until now helmed by digital stars Grace Helbig and Mamrie Hart, will be going in a different direction.

    This iteration has passed the torch to a more adventurous duo, Vine stars and brothers Marcus and Cody Johns. 

    The brothers will head off on Wednesday to start filming, arriving in cities across the U.S. and sent on more extreme adventures and stunts. Fans will be able to keep up with them on social media, and suggest activities for them to do outside of their death-defying exploits. They'll be able to attend meet-ups along the way, too. 

    Last season Helbig bowed out of the series while filming her talk show, sending Hart on adventures with various other YouTubers like Tyler Oakley and Kingsley. The Johns brothers are subbing in this time around, with their more than 10 million subscribers. Combined with the addition of extreme sports, they should bring the series a dynamic new component. 

    HeyUSA_X will premiere next year on go90, Verizon's mobile-only video service.

    Screengrab via HeyUSA/YouTube


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    Doug Flutie, the 1984 Heisman Trophy winner who parlayed his college success into a long, successful pro career, made a heartbreaking Facebook announcement on Wednesday, posting the news that his parents unexpectedly died within an hour of each other.

    Flutie threw one of the most famous touchdown passes in college football history—as a Boston College quarterback, his successful Hail Mary beat Miami in 1984. Sandwiched between spending 12 years in the NFL, Flutie became a superstar in the Canadian Football League, being named the league's most outstanding football player in six of his eight years in the CFL.

    Photo via EMC/YouTube


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