Technically Incorrect: A Texas father appears in court for taking away his 12-year-old's phone. He says he was merely trying to discipline her.
Guessing Google autocomplete results becomes a free and addictive game that's like an updated version of "Family Feud."
Technically Incorrect: It's Groundhog Day and America's favorite nonscientist makes his weather "prediction" for the year. In it, he refers to hoverboards. Really.
Technically Incorrect: For its Super Bowl push, the uncarrier shows how Drake's music can be unblinged by its rivals.
From the Cheapskate: Bruce?! Yeah, as in "The Boss." Score his live "The River" tour album for free! And lots more.
The Sh*tMyDadSays Twitter feed is hacked purportedly by a Dell ad that leads to a make-money-quick Web site. Is nothing sacred? Can hackers not write better ads?
Brian Cooley visited the set of $#*! my Dad Says and riffs with William Shatner, who plays the foul-mouthed father the Twitter feed is based on. While on set, he also speaks with Justin Halpern, the creator of the Twitter account to talk about how the account made it's way to the small screen.
Natali Del Conte replaces Justin Yu on today's show, as he's out looking for pickles. The name of today's show refers to the news that William Shatner of "Star Trek" fame will star in CBS' new sitcom "S**t My Dad Says," based on the same expletive-filled Twitter phenomenon. We think Jerry Stiller would make a better cranky old man. (By the way, CBS, you own a equally funny podcast/show/Twitter called The 404, available on @the404.)
Natali Del Conte replaces Justin Yu, who's out looking for pickles. Today's show name refers to the news that William Shatner of "Star Trek" fame will be the star of CBS's new sitcom "S**t My Dad Says."
The Twitter phenomenon in which an former nuclear medicine employee from U.C. San Diego says, um, stuff, will be translated into TV pilot. With how much profanity, exactly?