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    Morgan Freeman might have the best voice on television. Possibly even the best voice ever -- it's smooth and deep and has authority but also a soothing calmness to it. He can read me bedtime stories anytime. You've heard his reading of Fifty Shades of Grey, right? Amazing. Freeman, as you may know, hosts the show Through the Wormhole With Morgan Freeman (by his request, be sure to keep his name in the title as you'll see in the clip). In one of the episodes, Freeman inhales helium and speaks, changing that voice we love into a sound that is bizarre and mesmerizing.

    Jimmy Fallon got Freeman to suck helium again on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon. Because ... yes!

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    There is no doubt that Jimmy Fallon is the best sketch comedian in late night TV. The "Evolution of Mom Dancing" with Michelle Obama will go down as one of the best ever. Though Fallon may have topped himself with this newest one with actor Terry Crews. Behold the "Nip Sync Duet."

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    (This is the true story one of my previous Mother's Day written on that particular day as the events unfolded. Some names have been changed for no reason whatsoever.)Today, I'm officially the Queen. It's true, my children told me this when I awoke. By "awoke," I mean when they woke me at 8AM and said, "We let you sleep in Mommy, now wake up because you're the Queen today."

    I'm sure the Queen wakes up at 8AM on the days she sleeps in too.

    I'd like to note that, if the Queen is knee deep in pee, whining, and is constantly saying things like, "I will separate you two if I have to," and "Can someone extract this Lego from my foot?" than I am the Queen every day. I have a feeling she is not, but as I've been a Queen for 6 hours now, I thought I'd fill you in on what it's REALLY like.

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    Charlize Theron is a gorgeous woman who clearly cannot sing. Last night's Saturday Night Live made sure to point that out to us with their opening monologue, which called out all of Charlize's other amazing talents but took her celebrity abilities down a notch by making sure we all knew she can't sing a tune. I was bored with it. But Charlize's hosting role did allow her to showcase all the weird accents and voices she can do ... even if she didn't do a great job of maintaining whatever accent it was throughout the whole sketch.

    My favorite bit of the night might have been the most awkward one -- though there were many. Charlize and Nasim Pedrad's Man Plan bit featured some odd beats coming from a kid's computer with both women "dancing" to the music. Weird, but wonderful.

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    I always give people mad props for appearing on game shows. Granted, the quick money would be nice, but I know I'd get asked some simple, second-grade-level question and would freeze and draw a blank and look like an idiot. And then live on the Internet trapped in that moment forever. Sadly, that's what indeed happened to the Sass family, of Stockton, California. They needed Anna Sass to get a mere 18 points on Family Feud to win $20,000. Certainly you can guess what happens next.

    All she really had to do was guess somewhat popular answers to poll questions that Steve Harvey rattled off. And she just couldn't think of anything besides the most obvious answers, which were unfortunately already guessed.

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    It's hard to believe, but 10 years ago today, Mean Girls was released on April 30, 2004. Doesn't seem that long ago, does it? And sure as hell makes you feel old, huh? Anyway, the movie that taught us that "so fetch" isn't happening and how to knock a queen bee off her pedestal is still an enduring classic. (Who doesn't watch it when it's on TV?) It also gave us a hilarious yet sadly enlightening version of just how mean girls can be to each other while growing up.

    Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Lacey Chabert, and Amanda Seyfried, the original Plastics, may have gone their separate (and seemingly polar opposite) ways in real life in the last 10 years, but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate Mean Girls and all the laughs they've given us throughout the last decade.

    Here, a roundup of 10 quotes and gifs that you still catch yourself saying to this day to honor the 10th anniversary of Mean Girls!

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    Are you looking for some extra items to sneak into the Easter basket? Well, we have you covered with our latest movie giveaway. And trust us, the kids will thank you. Or, well, the Easter Bunny!

    Two lucky winners can each win the FoxConnect BluRay Bundle, which features a whopping collection of 15 movies! The pack includes: Rio, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, Fern Gully, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked, The Sandlot (20th Anniversary), Ice Age, Ice Age: The Meltdown, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Ice Age: Continental Drift, Robots, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, Horton Hears a Who. Now that's a mouthful!

    To enter for a chance to win the BluRay combo pack, let us know:

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    With the hype surrounding the premiere of Girl Meets World gearing up, there's no better way to get people interested than using the always hilarious Samuel L. Jackson, amirite? That's why Jimmy Fallon had Samuel L. Jackson Perform slam poetry about Boy Meets World, the show upon which Girl Meets World is based, and it's, in a word, amazinggggg.

    Everyone is hankering for some '90s show nostalgia (Full House reunion, anyone?) was treated to a brief background of the show as well as some of its most iconic moments in a way only Samuel L. Jackson can pull off. There's really nothing left to say. This video is perfect.

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    Louis CK was on Saturday Night Live last night and just as I expected, he killed it. Not literally killed it, but just say that in a teen girl's voice and know that it was great. I loved his monologue -- he takes everyday things and exposes the truth, sometimes the awful truth, and he makes it funny.

    Part of us is laughing at his delivery. The other part is laughing at ourselves. At life. At messed up truths. What he had to say about wife beaters ... well, see for yourself.

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    Congratulations to our winners: Nighttiger, micheledo, and Janis_1975!

    Everyone, let's get our hands, paws, and hooves on deck for the release of the new animated flick, Noah's Ark.

    Award-winning director Juan Pablo Buscarini has come out with host of new characters: from the determined Dagnino the Tiger to the hilarious Xiro the Lion, the cast teaches kids the importance of getting along and resolving conflict in a very, well, cramped space. Now that's a lesson we could all learn!

    Plus, with the portable DVD player (in an adorable purple color), a puzzle, and a plushie set, the kids can be entertained even after the movie has finished. One lucky winner will come out with the complete prize pack (as pictured above), and two runners-up will receive the movie and puzzle!

    To enter for a chance to win the movie prize pack, let us know:

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