Team USA Women’s Gymnastics Team Explains “Final Five” Nickname
Bob Costas interviewed the U.S. women’s gymnastics team shortly after they took gold in the team competition at the Rio Olympics. Aly Raisman explained that the team picked its “Final Five” nickname in part as a nod to coach Marta Karolyi, who is retiring after Rio. This will also be the last Olympic gymnastics team made up of five members. Beginning with the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, teams will be made up of four gymnasts.
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Team USA women’s gymnastics team explains “The Final Five” nickname.
John Oliver Recaps The Rio Opening Ceremony
John Oliver spent some time talking about the Rio Olympics and the Opening Ceremony during the latest episode of Last Week Tonight.
John Oliver recaps Rio Opening Ceremony
NSFW Bad Santa 2 Trailer
Billy Bob Thorton will suit up as Santa again later this year in the sequel to 2003’s Bad Santa. Bad Santa 2 hits theaters on November 23, 2016. The original film opened with $12.3 million and earned $60 million at the domestic box office.
Bad Santa 2 red band trailer
Luke Cage Trailer
Marvel gives Luke Cage his own series on Netflix after the character appeared in Jessica Jones last season. Luke Cage premieres on Netflix on September 30.
Luke Cage trailer
Old Dominion “Song For Another Time” Music Video
Old Dominion recently released the music video for their latest single, “Song For Another Time.”
Old Dominion “Song For Another Time”
Adam Carolla On Why America Is Great
Adam Carolla cites water fountains as one of the reasons America is great on The Dan Patrick Show.
Adam Carolla on why America is great.
St. Louis Blues Talk About New Ice Hockey Facility In Creve Coeur
Chris Zimmerman, the president and CEO of the St. Louis Blues talked about the organization’s plans to build a new multi-sheet ice rink facility in Creve Coeur Park. Steve Stenger also spoke yesterday during the press conference on the Winter Classic game happening in January at Busch Stadium between the Blues and Chicago Blackhawks.
— St. Louis Blues (@StLouisBlues) August 10, 2016
John Belushi Promoting Little Chocolate Donuts
Saturday Night Live shared this video on Facebook today of the late John Belushi promoting Little Chocolate Donuts as an essential part of his Olympic training regime. The sketch from 1977 features Marv Albert as the narrator.
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