Breaking Bad finished this year and fan's couldn't get enough of it, with the amount of fan tributes and artwork going through the roof. Here's the best.
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It's taken six months to build a case but it looks like Tulisa will finally stand trial for her part in being a 'cocaine fixer' last summer and will face trial in the next couple of weeks.
Lego and The Simpsons have joined forces to make something beautiful. Or have they? .
The Kardashians spent a whopping $25k on their Christmas card this year, which also features this unintentional hidden message inside.
If you, like us, have been waiting in eager anticipation for the announcement of when the hell Netflix was going to start broadcasting season 2 of House of Cards then your answer has just.
Adverts aren't traditionally spooky, but this one is almost certain to make you jump out of your seat.
Family Guy creators explain the decision to kill off Brian and replace him with another dog, Vinnie.
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Even though it's 2013 the BBC can't figure out how to effectively interview people on the other side of the world, so what we got instead was this absolute screw up that is completely.
It's amazing how a couple of pages of script can translate into such awesomeness on screen.
Walter White and the gang may have wrapped things up a while ago now, but the Breaking Bad material just keeps on coming.
For reasons unbeknownst to the rest of the world, Noel Edmonds thought that he would resume his musical career 20 years after Mr Blobby with a raunchy dance track inspired by Deal Or No.
David Blaine shows off a card trick for the Breaking Bad boys as part of his upcoming show David Blaine: Real Or Magic.
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Japan does it again with Orgasm Wars.
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It's a scorpion on his back and it's fucking terrible.
So by now I assume everyone has seen Huey Morgan “storm” off stage on last week’s Never Mind the Buzzcocks. Upon reviewing comments on Youtube, Facebook and the majority.
Time for part two in our list of TV nightmares. See why Most Haunted is for cretins and Derek Acorah is a prick.
Huey Morgan from Fun Lovin Criminals is generally a cool guy, but he really couldn't take a joke on Never Mind The Buzzcocks and smashed a mug and stormed off the set.
The first of four little episodes detailing exactly what we think about the chunderous garbage spewing out of your little tellyboxes. See why The Real Hustle is for idiots.
If you're into your TV shows then this is the ultimate map for you.
If Scooby Doo wasn't a kid's cartoon and was actually a TV show full of badasses then this is what it would look like.
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We were fully ready to hate on this sportscaster's impression of Ron Burgundy, but it actually turned out to be surprisingly good.
This disturbing prank Johnny Knoxville's dad used to play on him really goes some way to explaining why the Jackass frontman is the way he is.
If you've seen Breaking Bad up to its explosive end and are still slightly obsessed, the last two pages of the script to the final episode might be of interest to you.
Following his almost legendary Newsnight interview last week, a Tory politician has come out and called Russell Brand a twat live on air. Find out what he said here.
Candice Armstrong started working out, the started using steroids and they effectively turned her into a man.
Russell Brand went at it with Jeremy Paxman on Newsnight and as usual, there was only one winner.
After 11 years, Russell Brand has finally spilled the beans about what exactly happened when he jerked a guy off in a Soho toilet.
Someone has re-imagined some of your favourite cartoon characters as real people, and the results aren't exactly pretty.
Turns out there are a lot of real life Ned Flanders in the world - check out these ridiculous complaints people have made to the FCC regarding the Simpsons.
Brooklyn artist Nathan Peters has tracked the evolution of Walter White by illustrating his changing outfits through all five seasons of Breaking Bad.
She went on Jimmy Kimmel so that she could explain this to the whole world. Seriously.
This Q&A with the cast of Dexter got a bit awkward when Michael C Hall & Jennifer Carpenter (Dexter & Debra) were asked what it was like working together after their divorce.