While this promo for season eight of ‘The Office’ doesn’t offer any new footage, it does remind us why we love James Spader, whose cameo as the intensely confident Robert California drew raves last season.
It’s been more than two years since Charla Nash was savagely attacked and mauled by a chimpanzee. Nash received terrible wounds at the hands of the 200-pound animal, which tore off her nose, eyelids and hands and she was forced to cover her face with a veil.
But Nash’s recovery took a groundbreaking turn when she received a full face transplant in May. Her new face was revealed for the first time on ‘Today’ this morning.
On last night’s ‘Tonight Show,’ Roseanne Barr announced that she’ll be running for president in 2012. Even more surprising is that she claims to be completely serious.
“I am running for president of the United States,” she said. “I’ve got to solve all the world’s problems. I’m totally serious because I want to be part of the debates. I want to represent the taxpapers and, in fact, I’m choosing the taxpayers as my vice president.”
A Texas man named Gatlin Jeter found himself in a quite a predicament when his SUV became stuck in cruise control last Saturday. Jeter was speeding toward Huntsville at 60mph and suddenly found he was unable to stop his vehicle, ‘Today‘ reports.
Harrison Ford isn’t smurfing around. On ‘Conan‘ last night, the actor expressed his intense dislike for the little blue creatures by beheading a plush Papa Smurf.
Ford has good reason to be peeved: the CGI reboot of ‘The Smurfs’ nearly tied his new movie ‘Cowboys and Aliens’ at the box office over the weekend. And, to add insult to injury, wife Calista Flockhart paid good money to take their son to the movie, while they saw Ford’s sci-fi western for free.
This footage of a mysterious object in the sky, which aired on ‘Today,’ probably won’t change anyone’s opinion of UFOs. But it’s bound to at least spark some debate.
During a live traffic news broadcast on KXAS in Fort Worth, Texas, a tower camera caught a bright object that appeared to fall from the early morning sky at 5:40am. But rather than descend straight to the ground, the object veered off at a 45 degree angle.
With all of Neil Patrick Harris’ experience hosting awards shows, the actor certainly seems capable of an improvised joke. But while meeting Barack Obama, Harris choked and made a remark that wasn’t well-received by the president, he said on ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.’
Harris said he got rattled when it came time to meet the Commander-in-Chief. “You turn around a curtain and there’s the frigging President of the United States. And you quickly panic,” he said.
In Pine Prairie, Louisiana, a thief attempted to rob an ATM on Monday by breaking it open with a piece of heavy construction equipment, ‘The Early Show’ reports — and the incident was caught on the store’s security camera.
Earlier in the week, a massive storm dumped almost 12 inches of rain in less than hour on Montreal, causing the city’s sewer system to swell. In this amateur video shown on ‘Today,’ a cameraman filmed as a geyser of water blew off a manhole cover and lifted a parked car into the air.
The geyser started slowly at first, lifting the car only inches off the ground. But eventually, a massive torrent of water exploded from the sewer system and hoisted the backend of the vehicle several feet off the ground.
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