Does Entertainment Weekly still publish anything other than lists? Go »
Dexter and Pebbles
What do you make of the rise of emotional support animals in general, and of the peacock Go »
In the recent past, players resisted the idea of having multiple goos per week. I think it was because they liked having a full seven days to guess at each goo, even if most players usually only needed seven seconds. Go »
The Right to Anything
Reuters: In an interview with the Associated Press published on Monday, Senator Rick Santorum, chairman of the Senate Republican Conference, discussed a Texas sodomy law now being challenged before the U.S. Supreme Court. Go »
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart
I watch a lot of The Daily Show. Anybody who keeps up with it does too, because they make a lot of episodes. Go »
The Atlantic asked readers to share misconceptions that people often have about their professions, and the resulting list had to be narrowed down arbitrarily to 26. It's a neat article, and it got me wondering -- what misconceptions to people have about y Go »
Since its debut on February 23, 1998, Celebrity Goo Game has published over 4000 goos and is about to crown its 75th champion.
For the game's 20th anniversary, we're recreating the 20 most influential goos that changed the game forever. Can you solve them the second time around? After you solve each goo, refresh the page to learn more about its place in game history.
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