The 6-year-old who was hiding in an attic while everyone thought he was carried away in an experimental balloon implies it was a stunt and throws up on live TV, Michael Lohan goes on Maury Povich to reach out to Lindsay, and Kris Allen covers a Britney Spears song!
Hear the 6-year-old Colorado boy say the balloon incident was all "for the show," and later on PopSugar Rush, Lindsay Lohan heads to court and we review the weekend's new movies!
The Umbra U+ Collection Balloona Stool ($200) might be a clown's dream furniture, but just because you can wrap a stool in deflated balloons, doesn't mean you should. On the other hand, it's got that contemporary art thing going, and has a very unexpected look. What do you think?
Last week, we watched a dog have his way with a bunch of balloons— that is, pop 74 of 'em in a mere 57 seconds. According to reader Megatron, this strong performance is the norm in "the high stakes world of competitive canine balloon popping." But our friend below wanted to move beyond the upper limit and pop what no dog has popped before: 100 balloons in 77 seconds. . .
When he's not making everyone take a paternity test, Maury's exploring the world of irrational phobias. From peachphobia to cottonphobia to picklephobia, he's been there, done that. And the following phobia will blow your mind: balloonphobia. This woman will suck the life out of any party. Just watch.
Remember the dork who crawled into a giant balloon? He's not alone. The following dude also likes to bounce around like a rubber ball on steroids. He even got what looks to be a knock-off Emmy award for it. Why are we rewarding these unresolved issues from the womb? If you ask me, these boys would better benefit from a good, hard bounce into therapy. Or maybe just a couple of girlfriends?
Thanks, Japan Probe!
That's right. Remember the weirdo who attempted to crawl himself inside a giant balloon, but failed? Well, third time's a charm, and I'm happy to report that his success spared us the very charming view of his belly-suffocating Fruit Of The Looms this time around! But now that this mission's accomplished, his utterance of "what now?" absolutely terrifies me. Something tells me we don't want to know. (Thanks, This Just In!)
There's something to be said about having goals, but not this kind of goal. Sideshow Bob here has "ambition" to squeeze himself into a giant balloon. It's not his first attempt and unfortunately, it won't be his last. So here he is, doing what he aims to do best-- taking the Oedipus Complex to a whole new level. (Thanks, This Just In...!)