Thanks to now legendary skit by Dave Chappelle when most people think of Prince they think of a man in crushed velvet suit dunking on Eddie Murphy’s brother. An admittedly private person, Prince only ever directly addressed the skit a handful of time throughout his life. Luckily for us, when he did it was fucking hilarious.
Before Bryan Cranston was Breaking all that Bad and spending a disappointingly short amount of time punching the shit out of Godzilla, he was Hal Wilkerson from Malcolm in the Middle. During his tenure on show, Cranston earned the respect of all of the show’s writers for his near-superhuman inability to give what us Earth folk know simply as “fucks”.
For Peter Capaldi getting the chance to physically portray Doctor Who on screen was a dream come true due to the fact he’s been a fan of the show and eponymous Time Lord since childhood. Acutely aware of how much the Doctor means to people and especially children, Capaldi made sure that any kid could cosplay as the character if they wanted to the moment he got an ounce of creative control.
As The Simpsons once rightly said, you can’t diss the American flag because it partied on the moon. Apparently though the flag planted by Apollo 11 astronauts all those years ago partied too hard because it fell over roughly 10 seconds after Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin took off.
Jean-Claude Van Damme is mostly famous for kicking things very hard and lounging around with his legs at an awkward, obtuse angle. In 2013 Volvo decided to take advantage of this fact by having Van Damme do the splits between two of its trucks, a stunt that contrary to what you may have heard, was 100% real.