From fake murders and terrible parenting to hillbillies letting loose in the wild, it's our "Things We're Thankful For" special!
Kanye West's video brings a new love into Mankini's life, "The Hunger Games" vexes Barbara Walters and "Total Divas" expands our vocabulary!
Miley Cyrus smokes a joint on stage, Justin Bieber's Brazilian videographer speaks out, The Kardashians host a yard sale and more!
On this episode, we'll be reflecting on everything in pop culture that has enriched our lives while slowly killing our souls. First up is glorious murder. Whether it's the moronic staged crime scenes of "Whodunnit?" or the playfully morbid re-enactments of Investigation Discovery's "Wives With Knives," we tip a cap to everything horribly right about homicide on television. Then, we ask all the terrible parents out there to take a bow. Between Bruce Jenner's meltdowns and the dizzying heights of child exploitation on "Toddlers and Tiaras," there's never been a time when adults have been so deliciously inept at rearing young. And, of course, there are our modern-day explorers--those poor souls who sift through our junk and parks and forests for the unattainable. What does it say about "American Pickers" and "Diggers" that our money is on "Finding Bigfoot" to capture their quarry first? Just like Oprah's "Favorite Things," we are here to present our "Things We're Thankful For" spectacular!
In the Kitchen with David takes a sexy turn
Bethenny Frankel needs a calendar
A state trooper questions an inebriated witness to a fight. Then, David Koechner stumbles into the studio and recaps the whole drunken exchange on "The Soup."
"In the Kitchen with David" heats up when the hungry host announces his unbridled love for turtle cheesecake. See it on "The Soup."
Somebody buy Bethenny Frankel a calendar! Watch the talk show diva celebrate Christmas in November. Plus, "Love & Hip Hop" isn't for crybabies.
A state trooper questions a drunk witness
Dance Moms choreography gets political
Joel McHale hopes Million Second Quiz is dunzo
Condensed Soup: Feb. 29, 2012
The Soup: 'Judge Mathis'
The Soup: Takei's Trekkie Trance
Condensed Soup: Feb 22, 2012
"Dance Moms" instructor Abby Lee Miller gets political with choreography! Plus, Bobo loses a leg on "Finding Bigfoot."
Joel McHale and his team of TV enthusiasts are crossing their fingers we never have to be exposed to "The Million Second Quiz" ever again.
Funnyman teams up with Mankini for video