Jimmy Kimmel and his wife have a holiday tradition - well, sort of a tradition - with acting couple John Krasinski (from ) and Emily Blunt (most recently from The Office Into The Woods).
They live across the street from one another, and for Christmas, they play pranks on each other.
This has been going on for a couple of years, and each year, the pranks get bigger and more out of control.
Watch the clip to see what Jimmy did to them last year - the thing he thought would bring the prank-feud to a conclusion.
And then watch to see watch Emily and John did to raise the bar considerably higher this year.
Nice to have that kind of money to throw away, but it is sort of fun to watch.
Scratching my head just a little.
US Magazine put out a list yesterday of the Top 14 Celebrity Instagram Photos of 2014.
Six of the 14 involve the Kardashians in some way - by that calculation, they're taking up 43% of the internet, which sounds right and wrong all at the same time.
The rest of the list:
The only one that really belongs - or at least makes some sense in being relevant - is the post Diem Brown's boyfriend put up after her passing, expressing his grief. Jessica Simpson in a bathing suit holding a golf club
Macauley Culkin wearing a T-shirt with Ryan Gosling on it
Jessa Duggar's wedding kiss
Taylor Swift's 4th of July party
Nick & Vanessa Lachey's pregnancy announcement
Lauren Conrad's haircut
Bethenny Frankel wearing her 4-year-old's Hello Kitty PJs
Here's a late-comer for the Most Ridiculous Man of the Year award.
A professional makeup artist in Manchester, England has reportedly spent about $150,000 for plastic surgery and more to look like his favorite reality TV star.
He's had lip fillers, laser hair removal and eyebrows tatooed on.
Take a look at the picture to see the results. And no, it is NOT Halloween.
And he doesn't care what he looks like, according to The Sun, London's daily newspaper. "My look is all about the shock factor. I love all the attention and stares I get in the street. I welcome the hate — it just means more attention. And if anything, it just spurs me on to get more work done."
Good money chasing bad, folks. Especially since the guy looks more like the Octomom than the NorthWestmom.
What a fun moment.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick made his final appearance on Boston Public Radio yesterday, and got a very interesting phone call as part of his farewell.
President Barack Obama called in, identifying himself as a former resident of Somerville, a suburb of Boston.
The president spent some time in the state while a student at Harvard, and he's got a good relationship with the outgoing governor.
So why not call in?
Watch the video of the call. Seems legit to me.
Darlene Love came to fame with the 1960s classic, "He's a Rebel."
But for close the three decades now, she's earned even more fame from her annual appearance on David Letterman's last show before Christmas to sing "Christmas" - aka "Baby Please Come Home."
She'll sing it one last time tonight, on Letterman's final show-before-Christmas. This time next year, Stephen Colbert will be sitting in Letterman's seat.
To get everyone in the mood, the folks at CBS put together a compilation of Darlene's appearances, blending them all together in one pretty spectacular rendition.
Enjoy - and be sure to set your DVR for tonight's performance...
There's a guy in Missouri who gives away about $100,000 a year in $100 bills to random strangers.
This holiday season, he got a little bit of help - from the Jackson County Sheriff's Department in Kansas City.
The officers were handed a small pile of Benjamin Franklins and sent out on the street to help those who needed help.
What a terrific, feel-good story...
Not everyone's ready for the holiday, right?
Seems like it rushes up on you sometimes. Or maybe you're just not ready for it.
Sometimes, you need a little push.
Like Chris, who gets a visit and a sizeable nudge from a Jolly Old Elf.
A fun short film to get you in the spirit...
I know this is probably an impractical present, and that it will probably only survive one light dusting.
But Santa, I really really really really really really really want one of these.
A remote-control pickup with a snow plow attachment.
I've been really really really really good this year too.
Your Pal Mikey!
Someone pointed out recently that there aren't any good Hanukkah songs out there.
It seems that the only choice is Adam Sandler's "Hanukkah Song," and that's not really about the holiday, just about folks who might celebrate it.
So along comes Six13, a Jewish a cappella group, and their parody of Taylor Swift's "Shake It Off."
You'll have fun, learn a little bit about the holiday, and even how to play with a dreidel.
And you might start bopping along with the tune. Win win!
Pope Francis celebrated his birthday yesterday.
Some folks took to Twitter to pass glad tidings, using #happybirthdayholyfather.
It looks like being the pope doesn't put you above the typical birthday pranks the rest of us have to endure, like sharing photos from your early years.
This one looks to be from 8th grade. What do you think?
Meanwhile, the pope celebrated his birthday the way you'd expect this down-to-earth guy to do it. He invited some homeless men and his household staff to sit and have breakfast with him after morning mass.