Did I learn more about myself? Yeah. But did I get laid?
The Colonel is back, and he's being played by Darell Hammond.
"We ride together, we protect each other. When we ride in formation, we are a well-oiled machine. We watch out for people on the road; when we change lanes, we make our presence known."
From an outsider's perspective, it's hard to wrap your head around why, when humans instinctively avoid pain, someone would actively and regularly seek it out. But I did.
It's called C.W. Pencil Enterprise, and it's sort of amazing.
We don't need to sanitize academic discussions. We need to reframe them so that students can feel comfortable enough to participate.
There's a lot more to being a bellboy than lugging people's bags up flights of stairs.
Welcome to the world of adulthood, where long hours, letting your friends mooch off you, and babysitting horrible teens is your new reality.
The UK's new minister for culture thinks the TV license fee is "worse than a poll tax" and it's generating fear throughout the BBC. "There's a feeling that it's the end," said an in-house producer we spoke to.
The episode was so understated that you may have missed these mind-blowing Easter eggs that Weiner put in for serious fans.
Think college is hard? Try touring for 191 days and performing 225 concerts in 26 countries, all for the sake of singing covers of top 40 songs.
The New York Botanical Garden's new show Frida: Art. Garden. Life shows off the trailblazing Mexican artist's green thumb.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has managed to create a two-minute video that recasts New York's tubular subterranean cesspool as a glorious 8-bit wonderland.
"Flying a sign," as it's called, is a way for the homeless to make their pleas to passersby quickly, silently, and without defying laws against aggressive panhandling.
He called it Sally Through the Decades.
Terrorists around the world shudder at mere mention of his name.
Slugs are costing eco-friendly farmers in the Pacific Northwest tens of thousands of dollars each year. But even after Oregon hosted a "Slug Summit" to deal with the gastropods, no one seems to know how to fix the problem.
Four incidents in one week highlight just how hard it is to maintain the air of dignity we insist on from our corpse-mobiles.
A chat with William Davies, author of The Happiness Industry, a book that looks at why governments, media companies, and marketeers have an increasing interest in our wellbeing.
Stay tuned for the president's first Dubsmash video.
He really wants to come back to America and "thank those people who helped [him]."
For many students, university offers the opportunity to cast off the restrictions of school and family. But for transgender and intersex students, it's just another stressful battlefield.
Comedian Jake Fogelnest looks back at the late-night host who smashed the genre into a million pieces.
It turns out that the much-maligned housewife is one of Mad Men's most complete characters.