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Angry IHOP parking lot eats a dozen cars

DRONE FOOTAGE: A 400-foot-long section of a parking lot caved in outside a Mississippi pancake house that had only been open for a few days.


Daniel Craig reveals mind-blowing deleted scene from ‘Spectre’

Stephen Colbert wants to know why anyone would give James Bond another car since he's constantly wrecking them.


An all-cluck version of ‘Ironic’

Jimmy Fallon, Alanis Morissette, and Meghan Trainor are the Jagged Little Chicks.


Jimmy Kimmel’s Halloween candy prank

It's the fifth annual #HeyJimmyKimmelIToldMyKidsIAteAllTheirHa­lloweenCandy, and 2015 did not disappoint.


Every ‘Bond’ theme song in 60 seconds

From the original tune to Sam Smith's hit single for "Spectre," here's every 007 theme song in just one minute.


Every sports press conference, ever

You've seen one, you've seen 'em all.


GOAL! Deer play soccer too

Way to be a team player, nature!


Disney villains themed light show wins Halloween

Can you imagine knocking on their door for Trick-or-Treat?


WATCH: Adorable Trick-or-Treater says ‘no thanks’ to candy

This little girl isn't willing to cross paths with this Halloween decoration!


‘Crying in a Sweater’

Kristen Wiig debuts the trailer for her new, extremely independent movie, on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."

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