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Comedian Bill Burr is crass. And that's putting it lightly.

But for those who know and love his comedy—that is his appeal. Some people, however, didn't get this memo after watching his segment on Conan where he made some jokes about Caitlyn Jenner.

A few people on Twitter voiced their dismay at his bit, which focused mainly on him needing time to "say goodbye" to Bruce (Caitlyn's former name) and her new breasts.

But if you actually look through Twitter, there aren't actually that many tweets condemning the comedian. This tweet exchange illuminates that fact perfectly.

Real outrage or people not understanding comedy? Meh. Probably a bit of both.

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Well, we suppose this is one way to market a football video game.

Dave Franco, Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Julio Jones, Rob Gronkowski, Colin Kaepernick, Antonio Brown and Buffalo Bills Coach Rex Ryan all chose, presumably of their own free will, to join this EA Sports commercial for the annual Madden Game.

It's somewhere in between that insane Kickstarter success Kung Fury and a sci-fi Karate Kid. Including Colin Kaepernick as Al Pacino from Scent of a Woman of course.

And yes, there is a dinosaur.

It's also nice to see McLovin' doing some work.

Is it just us or does this seem really similar to Tay Tay's Bad Blood video.

The game will release Aug. 25.

Hugh Jackman and Jim Carrey Have an Impression Battle
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Hugh Jackman and Jim Carrey are clearly the best of bros.

Jackman started things off this week with a Dubsmash impression of Carrey. He did a pretty good job with the crazy elastic face-thing Jim Carrey does.

#JimCarrey mate trying my best to do justice! Clearly, I should stay in my own lane.

A video posted by Hugh Jackman (@thehughjackman) on

But then Carrey shot back with an epic Wolverine selfie, wine bottle opener claws included.

What do ya think? Who won this impression battle?

Some guy proposed to his girlfriend as Halloween's Michael Myers.
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Romance isn't dead, but it sure does kill.

Alec Wells, of the Boys and Ghouls podcast, knew his girlfriend Katherine Canipe's favorite movie is Halloween. You know, the John Carpenter 1978 classic horror movie, featuring Michael Myers that pretty much began the heavily-sequeled serial killer movies.

Well, when it came time for him to put a ring on it, Wells decided to do it up as only the slasher flick could do. So he took Canipe out to Pasadena, where Carpenter filmed the movie and surprised her twice. Once with an engagement ring and once with an appearance from the dreaded masked killer.

Check it out here:

Oh, and just in case you didn't know they loved movies, their engagement photo looks mighty similar to Back to the Future.

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