Kyle Dowling has written for Penthouse Magazine, Playboy Magazine, The Atlantic, The Believer, Psychology Today, Splitsider, The Smoking Jacket, and Psychology Tomorrow, among others. He is also currently a producer on a scripted series in development. Word has it that he's a musician as well.
Watch Kristen Stewart Explain St. Patrick’s Day
Apparently St. Patrick's Day isn't just about drinking, fighting and public urination (but don't get us wrong, it is about that, too).
’90s Sitcom Moms Then and Now
Oh, the '90s sitcom mother. How do we miss thee!
See the Cast of ‘The Sopranos’ Then and Now
Back in 1999, the world was introduced to arguably the best TV show ever created. Set primarily in New Jersey, 'The Sopranos' explored the story of mobster Tony Soprano, a man attempting to keep his home life, as well as his mental state, intact in a profession where a bullet could come flying around any corner.
See the Cast of ’21 Jump Street’ Then and Now
Back in the late '80s and early '90s, '21 Jump Street' was the thing, boasting a cast that was way too cool in a story that seemed too unbelievable. That didn't stop young viewers from eating it up, though. Focusing on a team of blessedly young-looking police officers who posed as students to bust crimes in high school, college and any other teenage hot spot, the '21 Jump Street' cast became rathe
See the Cast of ‘RoboCop’ Then and Now
In 1987, no man seemed to successfully be able to step up and match the lowlifes and scum that made up the crime-ridden city of Detroit...until Robocop stepped in to play, that is! The science-fiction action film told the story of an officer who was brutally killed and resurrected by the science of OCP (Omni Consumer Products), thus making him an all out cyborg set with one thing in mind: revenge.
Famous Movie Bad Guys Then and Now
The bad guys (or occasional girl) from the films of our childhood were memorable characters we won't be forgetting anytime soon. Let's take a look at some of our favorite villains from days gone by and see where they are now. We promise they're (mostly) much less scary in real life...
Famous Film and TV Geeks Then and Now
History has always portrayed being geeky as an immense, life-crippling negative experience (at least in high school). However, today, the term "nerd" or "geek" appears to have morphed into a new meaning: one of power, intelligence, and, believe it or not, popularity. With powerhouses such as the Nerdist network, Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and pretty much every hipster reading a gra
See the Cast of ‘Ghostbusters’ Then and Now
Even though we were first introduced to these guys back in 1984, to this day we still know that if there's something strange in the neighborhood we're gonna call...the 'Ghostbusters.'
10 Badass Men With Girls Names
If you grow up with a name that can swing either way, you better be able to either take the ridicule or find some way to man up. Well, all of the guys on the list below chose the latter, becoming quintessential badasses in their own realms. There’s no doubt that at one point or another these guys, too, got made fun of for having a name typically associated with the opposite sex...
PBS Offers the Best Reality TV Parody Ever
Warning: these aren't real shows. We know. We would totally watch 'Married to a Mime' too.
YouTuber Pranks The World With Yawns
You may be tired of pranks. But here is one where being tired it literally the prank.
Cyclist Gets Ticket, Proves Bike Lane is Unsafe
We're not positive, but ticketing a cyclist should probably go under the NYPD's list of "Things That Are A Waste of Time."
Brave, Stupid Fan Slaps Beyonce’s Rear During Concert
The term "idiot" seems like an understatement. Don't get us wrong, we've all thought about it. But come on...
Will Smith Joins DJ Jazzy Jeff and Alfonso Ribeiro for a Mini ‘Fresh Prince’ Reunion
Will Smith fans have been yearning for the superstar to reunite with his 'Fresh Prince' pal DJ Jazzy Jeff for years. Thankfully, the superstar gave us a mini-reunion on 'The Graham Norton Show.'
Teenager Carves Own Name Into 3,500-Year-Old Relic
Oh no, the Egyptians are going to be maaaaad...
‘Doodle 4 Google’ Winner Depicts Moving Soldier Homecoming
Who's ready for some tears? Oh, good! Every year, Google holds an annual "Doodle 4 Google" contest, in which they ask students (from kindergarten through grade 12) to submit drawings based on a specific theme. This year's theme was "My Best Day Ever," and it's hard to imagine one more deserving of that title than this.