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Matthew McConaughey’s Vulcan Video commercial

Jimmy Kimmel enlisted the help of a Texan movie star to make a commercial for a beloved Austin business.

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Howie Mandel’s house is covered in toilet paper

This prank makes those times you toilet papered your neighbor's house in high school look like child's play.

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WATCH: Kids read mean tweets

When celebrities read mean tweets it’s hilarious. See how funny it is when kids do the same thing.

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Iron Man and the real bionic arm

Robert Downey, Jr. surprises a 7-year-old superhero fan who was born with a partially-developed right arm.

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President Obama reads #MeanTweets

The Commander in Chief reads #MeanTweets on "Jimmy Kimmel Live."

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Dachshunds play ‘cops & robbers’ and it’s hilariously adorable

This 15 second video will be the best 15 seconds of your day.

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Liam Neeson reads a bedtime story

The action star reads the classic children's book "Five Little Monkeys" like you've never heard before.

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Watch Steve Carell as Fabio in 1994

He was just a young comedian with The Second City sketch comedy crew, but even then he was hilarious.

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WATCH: Cinderella vs. Belle in a rap battle of princess proportions

Sarah Michelle Gellar (Cinderella) and Whitney Avalon (Belle) throw down for the crown.

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Michael Bolton plays Michael Bolton in epic ‘Office Space’ remake

The Grammy winner takes on the part of disgruntled office worker in the hit 1999 comedy.

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This funky flight attendant busts a move

Never has boarding a plane looked like so much fun.

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Bette Midler sings Kim Kardashian’s tweets

This is exactly what you think it is.

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WATCH: Creeper buffalo just wants your bread

When a woman goes on a drive-through tour of a big game animal farm, one buffalo gives her more than she bargained for.

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‘Dancing Man’ gets revenge on bullies with epic dance party

A charity bash will honor a man who was bullied online when footage of his dance moves went viral.

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How is daylight saving time still a thing?

We're still struggling to get over the time change, so why do we do this twice a year?

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Baby found alive hours after car overturns in river

An 18-month-old Utah girl miraculously survived a car crash that killed her mother.

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WATCH: Traffic reporter caught in drive-thru during newscast

A Baltimore news station goes live to Traffic Jam Jimmy, but he's more concerned about ordering a fish sandwich.

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If Chris Hemsworth joined the cast of ‘Empire’

"Saturday Night Live" spoofs the hit Fox show by adding a new cast member: Chip.

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Musical beers

Forget musical chairs, play musical beers with your friends!

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The North Lawn of the White House, on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 in Washington.

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Senate’s Harry Reid will not seek re-election

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid of Nev. adjusts his glasses as he speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, March 24, 2015, following a policy luncheon. Reid is wearing special glasses as part of his recovery from injuries suffered in an exercise accident in January.

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid says that it would be "inappropriate" for him to seek re-election.