Can you guess these famous sitcom homes from their 3D floorplans?

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in Architecture on Wednesday 21 January 2015

Shows such as Friends, How I Met Your Mother, Dexter, and Big Bang Theory all had/have exciting sets.

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The entire Sons of Anarchy plot explained by the cast in just 30 seconds

Nicole Hughes Contributor

By Nicole Hughes in Video on Tuesday 9 December 2014

Why spend an entire seven seasons watching Sons of Anarchy when you can the rundown in a total of 30 seconds! In the age of Vine videos, this is ideal. As the show comes to a close, the hugely popular TV series featuring a biker club with a ‘Hamlet’ plot, ‘Sons of Anarchy’, is explained in half a minute by three of the show’s stars. Three original cast members — Katey Sagal, Theo Rossi, and Kim Coates — each had their own way of explaining everything that happened over the course of the series.

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Broadcast of weeping, screaming politician shocked viewers and went viral

Kenny Ong Contributor

By Kenny Ong in Video on Saturday 12 July 2014

A video clip of a weeping and screaming Japanese politician accused of dubious spending on trips has quickly gone viral. The video shows Ryutaro Nonomura, 47, a Hyogo Prefectural assemblyman, bursting into tears, uttering nonsensical phrases and banging on the desk in response to questions raised about his visits to a hot spring 106 times last year, and using public money totaling 3 million yen (US$30,000) at that.

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Bluth Man Group t shirt featuring Tobias Funke

Contributions Reader Find

By Michael B. Myers Jr. in New Fashion on Friday 9 September 2011

Nevernudes and Arrested Development fans should get excited about this shirt, featuring Tobias Funke with his blue-faced comrades. This shirt is available at Tee Fury for 24 hours on September 8.

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Home made 1970s TV

Contributions Reader Find

By Liz Terry in New Trends on Wednesday 8 June 2011

My neighbour, John Evans, an 88-year-old electrical engineer, built himself a TV in the 1970s and watched it until digital took over.

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