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  1. Video: After hard-hitting Stephen A. Smith interview, DeSean Jackson appears on Arsenio Hall show

    Apr 22, 2014, 8:44 AM EDT


    DeSean Jackson had a busy Monday. The guy got a new boat. Did something with a snake. And even appeared on the Arsenio Hall Show. You can watch part of the segment above and the rest of it below. Arsenio throws strange objects at Djacc to see if he can catch them. One object he…

  2. John Oates played this sweet Phillies-themed guitar on Jimmy Fallon

    Apr 9, 2014, 12:04 PM EDT


    When it comes to custom-made music instruments made in honor of the best baseball team from Philadelphia, PA, nobody tops John Oates of legendary local rock duo Hall and Oates. Unless you consider DJ Jazzy Jeff’s turntables a rock instrument. Those things are dope too. John Oates was on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon earlier…

  3. Charles Barkley on Conan: I once tipped $25,000 [VIDEO]

    Apr 4, 2014, 11:01 AM EDT


    Sir Charles was a guest on Conan O’Brien’s show on Thursday night and was his typical jovial self. One of the funnier segments was when Chuck unloaded on Shaq for doing too many endorsement deals and rubbing too much lotion on his fake body. Then he gets into some talk about tipping and admits to…

  4. ‘Kroll Show’ does Philly vs. Pittsburgh rivalry which features amazing vintage Darren Daulton hot dog Philly Mag cover

    Mar 5, 2014, 10:52 AM EDT


    Comedy Central’s “The Kroll Show” took a stab at the Philadelphia-Pittsburgh rivalry last night with a sketch about two pawn shops in PA’s biggest cities run by a couple of cousins. It features Nick Kroll as a Philly pawn shop owner “Murph” down on South Street who gets understandably excited at the prospect of a…

  5. Tina Fey and Jimmy Fallon ate Pica’s pizza on the Tonight Show [VIDEO]

    Mar 4, 2014, 8:32 AM EDT


    Kids who grew up in Delaware County are used to their place of origin being the brunt of many a jokes. And for the most part Delco earns it. That said, there are a few treasures nobody can take from us. Former Sixers GM Ed Stefanski and longtime L.A. Angels Manager Mike Scioscia as well…

  6. Jon Stewart made a cheesesteak joke and it wasn’t awful

    Feb 21, 2014, 11:47 AM EDT

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    Jon Stewart made the decision to tread on the rarely successful land of cheesesteak jokes on Thursday night’s edition of The Daily Show. It was in a segment about Hot Pockets being recalled and referenced a croissant cheesesteak offered by the world’s leading meat pocket maker. The croissant angle led him to the obvious Geno’s…

  7. Erik Kratz traded for Brad Lincoln: Let’s all watch the turkey bacon commercial one last time

    Dec 4, 2013, 9:05 AM EDT


    “Hey, you’re Erik Kratz, the catcher for Philadelphia, right?” the cartoon turkey wearing a pig’s costume innocently asks. In the fun and exciting world of television commercials, Erik Kratz still answers that question affirmatively. But we’re not W.B. Mason and we don’t live in jingles. After Tuesday’s wild day in Major League Baseball, the spokesman…

  8. Dr. J talks epic dunking on the Colbert Report, canceled game with Obama and Kareem

    Nov 6, 2013, 1:57 PM EDT


    Julius Erving was a guest on Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report last night to help promote his new book Dr. J, The Autobiography. The book has already made some waves for revealing that one of the reasons the good Doc had a child outside of marriage is because the young lady he impregnated had some…

  9. Walter White was almost a Phillies fan but that would have made him too unlikable

    Oct 10, 2013, 12:07 PM EDT


    We’ve had to own up to Pukemon (1, 2, 3), the guy who threw a snowball at Santa back in the 60s, Susan Finkelstein, Ed Rendell, etc. But all of those people who considered themselves Phillies fans would have been saints compared to the meth-making madman that is Walter White from AMC’s hit television show…

  10. Video: Andre Iguodala Reads Mean Tweets About Him on Jimmy Kimmel, Kobe Too

    Jun 10, 2013, 12:02 PM EDT


    Jimmy Kimmel has some of the better late night comedy bits these days. Among them is “Mean Tweets,” where famous people read sometimes mean, sometimes just bizarre tweets from random Twitter users. With the NBA Finals in full swing over the weekend, Kimmel had some of the biggest names in the league — Kobe Bryant,…


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