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The 1990s were, objectively, a glorious time. Game Boys, Blockbuster (R.I.P.), Saved by the Bell … we could go on.
Originally posted 08/13/2015 09:00AM
We've always suspected that everyone loved Bill Nye. And now we have cold, hard, financial proof.
Watch Bill Nye Take on His Haters (and Remain Totally Lovable) While Reading Mean Tweets About Himself
Originally posted 08/01/2015 02:50PM
Originally posted 04/21/2015 10:40PM
Does it feel like Amy Schumer is everywhere you turn? Don't expect it to change anytime soon. Comedy Central announced today that her hit comedy series Inside Amy Schumer was renewed for a fourth season.
Originally posted 02/01/2015 02:10PM
Sure, the Super Bowl is first and foremost a sporting event, the battle of the top two teams in the NFL.
But it's also the one day you actually want to watch commercials. (Because seriously, who can resist that Budweiser puppy?) It's a time to fearlessly gorge yourself on greasy food and beer. And this year, it's also the perfect opportunity to star-gaze as Katy Perry performs and Hollywood's hottest celebs cheer on their favorite teams.
As the New England Patriots prepare to face off against the Seattle Seahawks in Phoenix, PEOPLE is bringing you inside access, from the tastiest dishes to cook for your viewing party to the ads that will have your office buzzing Monday morning.
And yeah, we'll keep you updated on that whole football thing, too. Here's your guide to Super Bowl Sunday:
Originally posted 01/25/2015 01:20PM
World News Videos | ABC World News Wondering who would be the first prominent scientist to come out against New England Patriots Coach Bill Belichick's explanation for the under-inflated balls his team was accused using during the NFL playoffs last Sunday?
Originally posted 12/16/2014 03:15PM
Bill Nye is a national treasure. Part of why he's been so successful is the way he manages to stay abreast of technology and culture to keep delivering educational messages about science.
Originally posted 09/30/2013 10:00PM
But three couples were in jeopardy: injured Bill Nye and Tyne Stecklein, Christina Milian and Mark Ballas, and Brant Daugherty and Peta Murgatroyd.
But it was Nye and Stecklein who went home, following a fun, but low-scoring 16-point futuristic jazz number to Daft Punk's "Get Lucky."
Originally posted 09/30/2013 03:45PM
It's another crafty costume for Bill Nye.
Provided the injured Science Guy gets to perform on Monday night's Dancing with the Stars, he'll be clad in a robot suit with lights and a bow tie.
Nye, 57, was said to be "in good spirits" after a partially tearing a ligament last week when he tripped on the cuff of his pants mid-dance with partner Tyne Stecklein, claiming the first big injury of the season.
Originally posted 09/25/2013 04:40PM
Call him Bill Nye, the healing guy.
Following a torn ligament from falling mid-routine on Monday night's Dancing with the Stars, the Science Guy, 57, is "in good spirits and is really hoping he can continue to compete," a source tells PEOPLE.
Nye, a fan favorite on the ABC show, "stepped on the cuff of these fancy slacks and I went down," he told PEOPLE after the tumble earlier this week. "We'll do R.I.C.E. – we'll do rest, ice, compression, elevation [and] see where we get."
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