The Browns’ season is over, but that just means fans can start looking forward to next season earlier! Mike Polk Jr., the wonderful man who brought you both Hastily Made Cleveland Tourism Videos, has made a promo for 2016 Browns season tickets. Cleveland fans would be absolutely insane to miss out on watching Year One…
It’s the ultimate debate–which great science fiction ship would triumph? The U.S.S. Enterprise from Star Trek, or the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars? Our fearless video crew got as many celebrities to answer as possible. And then, not surprisingly, Adam Savage basically settles it.
The most glorious day of the year has arrived: The man known as "PulltabProductions" has determined the 2015 All Hockey Hair Team, a ranking of the best hair from Minnesota's high school hockey tournaments. It does not disappoint.
Before Michael Phelps was the most decorated Olympian ever, he was a 15-year-old kid who had attended the 2000 Summer Olympics, talking to local news about the experience. Like most teenagers, he was endearingly goofy. (He still is endearingly goofy.)
Since Minnesota loves hockey at all levels, the high school state tournaments are televised, with each kid getting at least a few seconds of camera time for the team introductions. For the past four years, a man has ranked the best hair—flow, salad, or lettuce, if you will—from those intros. It's a bit weird but…
Considering the camera's on this pair before the Kiss Cam cuts to them, the video must be some kind of stunt. The woman's reaction seems genuine, though. We won't spoil what happens.
The Jamaica Tourist Board claims that "The Bobsled Song" will sync up with the length of the course when the Jamaican bobsleigh team does its run. The two-man event starts at 11:15 a.m., so test it out for yourself.
Indiana Pacers big man Roy Hibbert visited Paramount School of Excellence in Indianapolis and relived his childhood when he wasn't yet an NBA star for a cute video. The best part is when he swats the crap out of a kid's weak layup, which has been GIFed below. (Second-best part is Hibbert using a child as a human…
Some Celtics players and coach Brad Stevens visited Boston Children's Hospital earlier today, singing Christmas carols with the kids, and thanks to ESPN Boston's Chris Forsberg, there's video. Everyone had fun, except for the little girl on the left of Kelly Olynyk, who seemed suspicious of the whole event.
Getting sent to the penalty box because "you can't do that" is technically true, I guess.
The bar for an amazing ceremonial first pitch has been raised. Before a game between the Doosan Bears and Samsung Lions in Seoul, South Korea, rhythmic gymnast Shin Soo-ji rotated her whole body on one leg and threw an amazing pitch. It wasn't a strike, but how severely are we going to judge this?
"Whoever is winning, I want to cheer for them." This might be the most honest justification for being a Yankees fan we've ever heard.
Via Bob's Blitz, the only site in our RSS feed, this video of a guy catching a bird. Stupid bird.
Once upon a time, bad fathers were easily shamed with one spin of a Harry Chapin single. That's not how things get done anymore. Now spurned sons talk into their webcams and tell America to follow them on Instagram.
Why is there an abandoned, haunted five-story government building in Whittier, Alaska? Oh, hell, who cares? It's snowing.
This dad was already elated to receive the same type of hat that legendary Alabama coach Bear Bryant used to wear as a Christmas gift, but then his son told him to look inside the hat for the bigger surprise. Aww. Roll Tide.
The consistently stellar Batting Stance Guy, the man with the world's least useful skill, brings us his impressions of the champions. His Hunter Pence is especially commendable. Also, there's a Buster-themed surprise at the end.
Here is Australian hurdler Michelle Jenneke's warm-up dance at the world junior championships on Sunday. "She's certainly happy about performing here," narrated the BBC announcer, wiping flop sweat off of his brow and tugging at his suddenly too-tight collar.