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Cat Swats Girl's Glasses For Snuggles

Posted September 25, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

"For God's sake, let me get those glasses off your face, already!

You look like some kind of euro-hipster who listens to bad techno music and collects out-of-print Foucault books.

Now, give me some affection, dammit! -- More! Affection me more!"

Warning: Bad Language.

The iHeartRadio concert in Las Vegas would become the scene for Green Day frontman, Billie Joe Armstrong's headline-making meltdown on stage.

The singer took offense to a 1-minute warning sign, rushing the band to finish their allotted 45 minute set before Usher would take the stage to strut his dance moves and pretend to sing some songs.

While it was a freakout that would result in an official press-issued apology and the announcement that Armstrong has checked himself into rehab for substance abuse, it did manage to clear up any confusion as to whether or not the 90's era punk icon was indeed "F**king Justin Bieber." (Spoiler Alert: He isn't.)

Tonight on AOTS: End Of Watch's Michael Pena And The Kindle Fire HD 7!

Dave Holmes continues his week here co-hosting Attack of the Show with Candace Bailey, talking new movie "End of Watch" with actor Michael Pena and current state of the music industry with KCRW's Jason Bentley and MySpace Music's Kevin Hershey. Plus, a review of the Kindle Fire HD 7-inch, NASA's mission to find new worlds, Apple releases iOS 6 early, Vimeo's new "tip jar" and more! Tune in tonight 7/6c.

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While Batman was called the hero Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now, it turns out he might be better suited to be the pop-star it both deserves and needs.

Now, thanks to the folks at Crumb Stoppables, that concept no longer has to be imaginary, as we see Batman has saved his grizzled voice from interrogating criminals for the task of swooning the city with his smooth songs.

Justin Bieber's hit, "Girlfriend" has never sounded so chock full of JUSTICE.

A crowded morning train commute is awkward enough, however, this passenger's shout-screeching rendition of Michael Jackson's classic has left the foulest stench in the air and the funk of forty-thousand years.

On top of that, we are deprived of the visual treat that was a group of ravenous, albeit impeccably-choreographed zombies chasing hot babes.

Collective Soul Cat

Posted September 14, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

It was always believed that Collective Soul's 1994 breakthrough hit, "Shine," was missing a critical component that placed it just outside of true greatness.

Now, thanks to this video, we have found that component: Cats.

Looks like it's time to capitalize on this momentum and re-record their other uplifting hit, "The World I Meow."

Old Man Dances At Rave

Posted September 12, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

The saying, "rave 'til dawn" doesn't apply to him, since he's usually up at the crack of dawn raving anyway.

This old guy is displaying his sick dance moves for the ladies he'll invite back to his own personal VIP section inside the club which smells like moth balls, Red Bull, and ecstasy.

I have no idea what this musical dance number is for but it should be mandatory for every TV program. Ever. Including ours.

For more viral videos, watch Around the Net on Attack of the Show every weeknight at 7/6c!

Popping Wheelies On 4-Man Scooter

Posted September 7, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

Thankfully, the traffic in the scooter-pool lane on this highway is few and far-between, allowing these guys to pop some major wheelies on the way to the imitation iPhone factory.

With the selection of music, the whole ordeal does not look nearly as homoerotic as it potentially could have. -- Unless it really was, which is okay, mind you.

Mad Men Rickrolls You

Posted September 5, 2012 - By Joseph Baxter

The sight of Christina Hendricks voluptuously shaking her hips is a welcome alternative to that other redhead's dance moves. Indeed, this is the kind of rickrolling that you'll be glad to have accidentally clicked on.

Thanks to some clever editing and certainly a lot of work, we have an abrupt link-swerving experience that certainly doesn't give us up or let us down, but unfortunately, will run around and desert us after it's done playing.

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