Can the Bennet sisters find husbands before their father dies and leaves them destitute, AND survive the oncoming hordes of the undead? This new trailer might give you some clues.
Well. That's awkward.
Of course, we all know that naked pictures of Justin Bieber broke the damn Internet this week. It was bound to get around to his dad as well.
Jeremy Bieber should have just let the whole thing die down without weighing in.
But that's not how this guy rolls.
So he tweeted this out Oct. 9.
Ew, ew, ew.
He should have thought about his son's feelings more than his son's peen.
Justin ain't too happy about it and his legal team is already on the case to find justice.
Daddy Biebs should have probably reacted more like Chrissy Teigen's expert analysis.
No one is ever disgusted by the pig who preys on, photographs and sells pictures of someone naked. Just the celebrity for being naked. Ok.— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) October 8, 2015
It's tough for me to think that this wasn't some type of campaign stunt.
Standing in front of a green screen as a national figure is just the type of stuff that Reddit's r/photoshopbattles loves.
But that's what Jeb(!) Bush did.
The BBC hit Sherlock is normally a modern day take on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's eponymous detecitve and his associate Dr. Watson, but this year they're doing something special by taking the same cast and show and setting in the Victorian era, in which the character originates.
With this and Alex Kingston returning to Doctor Who, The BBC and Steven Moffat are owning Christmas.