The Weird Week in Review

Miss Cellania

Naked Unicyclist Charged For Distracting Drivers Joseph Glynn Farley of Clear Lake, Texas, was arrested in nearby Kemah for indecent exposure when he rode a unicycle naked on a bridge.

11 Nineteenth-Century VP Candidates Who Vaguely Resemble Famous Actors

James Hamblin

In the unlikely event someone wants to make a blockbuster movie about James Polk's vice president or the running mate of the guy who lost to Franklin Pierce, we have the perfect actors. 1.

Brain Game: Thbbft!

The Brain Game. Free-for-all Friday.

Morning Cup of Links: Mother's Day Prep

Miss Cellania

The Ten Most Famous Double Agents.

11 Weird and Wonderful Webcams

Chris Higgins

In the go-go 90s, the Internet was new and we were all excited about the potential of "webcams," a new technology allowing tiny images, almost-live, to be viewed online.

11 Obscure Regional Phrases We All Should Start Using

Haley Sweetland Edwards

Work these into conversation.

The Late Movies: Guess The Theme 53

Mark Arminio

Welcome back _flossers to the game that is sweeping the nation: GUESS THE THEME! All the clips below have something in common.

Knope-Newport and 6 Other Memorable TV Elections

Kara Kovalchik

Image credit: Tonight's season finale of Parks and Recreation will feature one of the most hotly contested elections since Truman defeated Dewey.

The Missing Links: I'm So Hungry I Could Eat a Book

Colin Patrick

The 1950s Were Just Like an Incredibly Exaggerated Version of What I Imagine the 1950s Were Like The imminent threat of a face-melting nuke explosion can really jar a kid.

What Do Chickens Have to Do With Chicken Pox?

Matt Soniak

Chickens image via ShutterstockThe birds themselves? Not a whole lot. Chickens don’t even get infected by the virus — varicella zoster, a member of the herpes family — that causes the rash.

Making Your Own Disneyland Parade

Chris Higgins

Alex George is a bit of a tinkerer.

The Ultimate Gift: Saving Mom's Life

Miss Cellania

There is a select group of people who have achieved lifetime Mother's Day credits by saving Mom's life.

Crazy Talk: A Jealous Congressman and America's First Insanity Defense

Matt Soniak

Image credit: National Archives On a Sunday afternoon in Washington, D.C., in 1859, Philip Barton Key, son of the man who wrote “The Star Spangled Banner,” stood in the park and waved his handkerch

Brain Game: Rollin', Rollin', Rollin'

Can you win Brain Game Think Thursday challenge? It's a gamble! In the betting game known as craps, the player starts by rolling two dice and combining their values.

Morning Cup of Links: Far Out Outhouses

Miss Cellania

Hoarding at a certain point becomes a health risk and fodder for reality TV.