It's official! The 'Boy Meets World' remake with Cory and Topanga as parents called 'Girl Meets World' is ON.
Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel have officially signed on to play the parents on the show that will pick up around 10 years after where 'Boy Meets World' left off and will be based around their 13 year old daughter, Riley.
'Boy Meets World' creator and executive producer Michael Jacobs is in charge of the remake too. Good stuff.
I'm going to be a father! Well, on TV at least. The "Boy Meets World" sequel is officially happening!— Ben Savage (@BenSavage) November 26, 2012
Danielle Fishel made an entire Tumblr post about the remake.
Now THIS is a great prank.
Improv Everywhere are the people behind it: "For our latest mission, we had 100 people camp out in front of a 99 cent store in Manhattan on Black Friday. Participants arrived early in the morning with tents, chairs, and sleeping bags, making it look like they had camped out overnight. When the store opened, the crowd rushed inside and made purchases, buying 99 cent items with glee. Actress Cody Lindquist posed as a local NBC news reporter and conducted interviews with confused and delighted store employees and passersby."
50 and Adam are performing it Monday night on The Voice, here's "My Life" by 50 with Adam and Eminem, good song!
It was bound to happen. This Cedar Park, Texas home set their Christmas light to Psy's 'Gangnam Style", enjoy.
In what was reportedly inspired by a conflict with upper management, Bangor, Maine TV co-anchors Cindy Michaels and Tony Consiglio decided to quit on air at the end of their news broadcast. No one knew they were going to do it. Surpriiiise!
This kind of thing has happened before in radio. For example, who could forget Inetta The Mood Setta???
How great would it have been if the TV anchors said "I quit this bitch!"?? Oh well.
Jack Taylor Jr. is a guard for the Division III Grinnell Pioneers. He scored a lot last night. A LOT.
Even Kevin Durant was impressed.
Weezy's verse is actually pretty good...buuuuut Paris is in it. Yep, Double-edged sword.
17 feet tall. 60 feet around. Over 1,000 bags. One hell of a JUMP.
This how the Gangnam Style phenomenon ends...with a parrot badly attempting to sing it. Okay, all things considered (it's a freakin' parrot) it's not that bad I guess.