As far as videos go, this one certainly delivers what its title promises: A cat singing the Star Wars theme song.
Sure, we could all sit around debating the legitimacy of whether or not this cat actually has achieved the skills required to not only carry a tune, but learn and recite this specific song on cue. -- But of course, we could all be noobs, too.
We've almost forgotten what Dexter star, Michael C. Hall looks like without an instrument of death in his hand, so we took some Michael C. Hall pics for the next time we forget. Feel free to use them as a memory aid yourself, or maybe just take a look at them because you're a big Dexter fan. That's a good reason.
If you're sad that this season of Doctor Who is ending, you're not alone, but take heart. We've posted some Karen Gillan pictures to help lessen your interminable sadness. Perhaps you can look at the Karen Gillan photos and pretend you're off having adventures with Doctor Who's latest companion, Amy Pond. It'd be weird, but you do whatever you've gotta do to cope. We won't judge.
The folks of FakeLife have dropped a gigantic 90's nostalgia bomb with a blast radius too large to determine.
Sure, for some, the 90's was an odd time of borrowed styles, filled with screechy cookie-cutter post-Nirvana alternative acts, old-school style hip-hop about big butts, and 16-bit video game systems stretched to their absolute graphical limits.
However, for those who were younger during that period, it was a more magical time of Pokemon and Nickelodeon-infused color where songs about being a Barbie Girl in a Barbie World, would play in the background amidst split-screen GoldenEye deathmatches and Mario Kart races.
Indeed, it was a world where Michael Bay asteroid movies made you cry and the most sexually-scandalous book out there was not Fifty Shades of Grey, but The Starr Report.
Tonight on an all-new Attack of the Show, Candace Bailey and co-host Dave Holmes talk new series of Grimm with series actor Silas Weir Mitchell, and they check out Motorola's new Droid RAZR M smartphone. Plus, CNET's Scott Stein is in The Loop with all the ways phones will be controlling our lives even more in the future. And as always, all the day's best viral videos and Sara Underwood with the news you need to know. Tune in tonight 7/6c!