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  1. Jimmy Kimmel Shows the Ultron Cast “Science Bros” Fan Art… and Slash Art

    Stop Showing Actors FanArt and FanFic 2K15.

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  2. TIME Names Anita Sarkeesian, Beyonce, J.K. Rowling and Other BAMFs the “30 Most Influential People on the Internet”

    A series of important tubes.

    TIME may not be down with Internet slang, but it did recently acknowledge a diverse and international group of people that are changing our world online and IRL as part of its "30 Most Influential People on the Internet" list.

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  3. Lena Dunham To Write Archie Comic With An Emphasis On Feminism, Bring Reality TV To Riverdale

    Archie is such a Hannah.

    Last night Lena Dunham appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! and revealed that she'll be using her expertise as a lifelong Archie nerd to write a comic with a strong feminist voice. We'd heard about the comic before, but the explicit focus on feminism is news. “I love Archie, but going back and reading it, I would say that the values system of the Archies that I read as a child is slightly off from my own," explained Dunham.

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  4. Jimmy Kimmel Proves Some People Will Buy Anything With an Apple Logo Using a Fake iWatch

    I bet a Windows logo has the opposite effect.

    If Apple builds it, they will come, and they will praise its incredible features like "time," "date," and "alarm." Jimmy Kimmel slapped an Apple logo on the back of a $20 digital watch and asked what people on the street thought of it. Several of them owned up to the fact that they'll buy anything with an Apple logo, and now I'm insecure about the no fewer than four Apple devices I am currently using.

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  5. Jimmy Kimmel Convinced People Godzilla Is Based on a Real Giant Lizard Attack

    Heaven Godzilla is real.

    Jimmy Kimmel's segment "Lie Witness News" exploits the phenomenon that people inherently trust reporters with microphones. This time around they asked people on the street if it's wrong for Hollywood to glamorize Godzilla considering it was based on a real giant lizard attack. (It was not.)

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  6. KFC’s New Game of Thrones Ad Is Really Weird [VIDEO]

    the internet is serious business

    What's next? Theon and Ramsay showing up in ads for Nathan's hot dogs? Olenna's cheese boy promoting Kraft singles? (via: Tor.com) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. Thor, Gale, Meryl Streep, and Tom Hanks Star In the Epic, The Groundbreaking… Bitman Begins

    the internet is serious business

    Jimmy Kimmel, as is his wont, took to his late night show to have some post-Oscar fun. This year he enlisted the help of celebrities to dramatize that most enduring, most highbrow of subjects: The Internet meme. There’s David After Dentist (starring Joseph Gordon Levitt), Ain’t nobody got time for that (with Queen Latifah), and …I don’t want to ruin it, but Gary Oldman is there. But Bitman Begins is our favorite, because superheroes. Hit the jump for a behind-the-scenes video in which Meryl Streep talks working with the Hemsworth brothers. Update: YouTube appears to be giving some people trouble. Sorry if you're affected. Hopefully everything will be back to normal soon.

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  8. Here’s Benedict Cumberbatch Performing a Spoken Word Rendition of R. Kelly’s “Genius” Because of Reasons

    We have some very confused feelings to work through right now.

    So we hear on the Interwebs that a lot of people think Benedict Cumberbatch's voice is attractive. Well, we don't know about that, but he was on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night along with R. Kelly and... oh. Oh. What was that about kissing our thighs? Well, then. Excuse us for a moment. We have some... emotions we've got to sort out.

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  9. No Disrespect to Ben Affleck: The Best of Twitter’s Newest Kanye-Inspired Hashtag

    To be fair, I think Ben's still reeling from the Batman reveal.

    No doubt you've heard about Kanye West's recent explosion of angry tweets, in which he called Jimmy Kimmel out for parodying his recent BBC1 radio interview. While doing so, he created a hashtag that will live on through the ages. Or however long hashtags are supposed to last. Whichever.

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  10. Harrison Ford Meets an Old Friend and it Doesn’t Go Well on Kimmel

    For A More Civilized Age

    If you've kept seeing posts all day about Harrison Ford blowing up on Jimmy Kimmel and haven't watched it yet because you don't want to feel vaguely worried about the mental health and/or drug use of one of your childhood icons, I'm here to tell you it's safe. You should watch and be amused by this video. Also: wookiee pants. (via Blastr.)

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  11. Watch Harrison Ford Dodge Star Wars Questions and Confront Chewbacca on Kimmel

    It has to be hard when you're an actor trying to promote something, but all anyone wants to talk about is another project. When Harrison Ford appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, he took questions from the audience, but refused to talk about Star Wars Episode VII. He went on to answer a few questions before being confronted by an old friend.

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  12. Jimmy Kimmel Teaches You How To Fake An Interest in March Madness

      March is a tough month for me because college basketball falls pretty much at the bottom of the list of things I'm interested in, but for weeks every year it's all anyone talks about. Although I've given up pretending to care about the NCAA tournamnet, others still put on a brave front. That's why Jimmy Kimmel made a video teaching us how to fake an interest in college basketball. Look like Dick Vitale* around your pals with these helpful hints.

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  13. Jessica Chastain, Samuel L. Jackson, Jimmy Kimmel and More Save the World From Sexy Vampires [VIDEO]

    Real Or Not Real?

    There's not a moment as transcendentally beautiful as Centaur!Gary Oldman from last year's Jimmy Kimmel Live post-Oscar short film parody. But you know what? Movie: The Movie 2V is still pretty darn funny. An odd assortment of Avengers, plus S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Jessica Chastain, fighting off a horde of sexy vampires, mummies, and zombies? I'll take it. (via: The Hollywood Reporter) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  14. More Celebrities Reading Meaner Tweets Are Hurtful and Hilarious

    If there's one thing we like more than saying mean things about people more successful than us -- and we're not saying there is, because that is, like, a top five pastime around these parts -- it's watching celebrities debase themselves by reading mean things that other people have said about them on Twitter. Of course, it's not really celebrities debasing themselves, because the joke is really "Look how impotent the best attack you can muster on this person is! It is a joke that they will repeat themselves on national television, because who cares what you think @some_asshole_on_twitter?" Still and all, we do get a kick out of watching folks like Modern Family's Eric Stonestreet and Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston reading people's ill-conceived Internet slams on them in entertaining and only occasionally threatening fashion.

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  15. Watch Folks Tell Children That They’ve Eaten All Their Halloween Candy [Video]

    Some might say that tricking kids into believing that you've eaten all their Halloween candy is a cruel joke. They might very well be right, but that hasn't stopped Jimmy Kimmel from requesting videos of folks doing exactly yet. Though this is the second time he's performed this kind of segment, there's a surprise twist with the last few kids that makes it even better than the original. Even if the ending doesn't tug on your heartstrings, the rest of the video includes some rather humorous reactions.

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  16. Mean People Tweeting Mean Things to Famous People [Video]

    Here at Geekosystem, we love Jimmy Kimmel and anything he says about Twitter. Take a look at this video of celebrities reading mean things people have tweeted about them. You got your Larry King, your Zooey Deschanel, your David Spade, and even Justin Bieber! Think before you tweet, folks! It may be your obnoxious tweet on Jimmy Kimmel next.

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  17. Kid Plus Fake Lie Detector Equals Genius [Video]

    Jimmy Kimmel might still be best know for The Man Show but Jimmy Kimmel Live consistently produces amusing skits of a wide variety. Take, for example, his latest outing where Kimmel sits down with Blake, a boy of seven, and hooks him up to a fake lie detector. Hilarity ensues. He proves once and for all that kids really do say the darndest things.

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  18. Celebrities Hilariously Read Insulting Tweets Out Loud [Video]

    This digital age makes it painfully easy to connect with others. Social networking can help you stay in touch with your family across the globe, hunt down old friends, make new ones, and tweet really insulting things at celebrities. I don't know about you, but that last one is my favorite by far. In celebration of Twitter's 6th birthday, Jimmy Kimmel arranged for a few celebrities to come on TV and read a few offending tweets aloud. I'll leave you to watch how it unfolds on your own, but let's just say those tweets get de-fanged pretty easily.

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  19. Movie: The Movie: The Movie to End All Movies (Movie) [Video]

    this exists

    So, for his post-Oscar show, Jimmy Kimmel threw together an epic fake movie trailer with a few famous friends. Actually, it was all of the famous friends. Nearly every single famous person in Hollywood is in this trailer, and we are a better people for it. If for any reason, for Gabourey Sidibe's Black Hitler. The full video is after the jump, but you really had to see that first, because of the whole "next logical step from the Venture Bros.' Girl Hitler" thing. Okay, on to the video.

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  20. The Comedy Team of Damon and Kimmel Present: Horrible Gift Ideas (For Children)

    It is a gift!

    Oh, we are seriously running out of time to get our loved ones gifts for Christmas. But here is an idea: why not make them really annoyed with you by getting them horrible gifts? Or lower their expectations by getting them horrible gifts and then giving them slightly better gifts that still don't have to be all that impressive if you've just gifted them with garbage? This might have been the thinking behind Jimmy Kimmel's call for his fans to give their children intentionally horrible gifts and post the videos to YouTube. Then again, he may just know that it is hilarious to watch children be extremely disappointed. But what's this I said about Damon, as in Matt Damon? Does it have something else to do with horrible gifts? Or something to do with having some sort of intimate relationship? (Um, non-spoiler: it's the former. The video behind the jump is definitely SFW.)

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