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6 Crappy Jobs of the Past You Should Be Glad Don’t Exist Today

One of the few constants in life is that unless you were born with a silver spoon in your mouth, you have to work to get by. Another constant is that most of the jobs available to you will probably suck. But the next time you're having a bad day at your workplace, count your blessings, you could be working an one of these historical careers!


1. Medieval Fuller

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2. Sin Eater

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3. Leech Collector

Crappy Jobs of the Past You Should Be Glad Don't Exist Today



4. Groom of Stool

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5. Seeker of the Dead

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6. Resurrectionist

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9 GOOD Shows That Should Have Ended Before They Did

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Weeds' season three closing episode "Go", where protagonist Nancy Botwin burns down her entire drug-dealing operation, felt like a series finale, not a season finale. But then the show just kept going. Escalating into ridiculous plots including one where Nancy breastfeeds her adult brother-in-law, the show never really recovered. Maybe Weeds should have just let the fire burn out.

On the Other Hand... The fourth season of Weeds is mixed, but it's not terrible, so I can see why people kept watching. There are a few good episodes in the later seasons, and creator Jenji Kohan knows how to pull off a jaw-dropping season finale. Plus, the third season finale doesn't provide closure that later episodes tied up.

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#sixseasonsandamovie has long been the mantra of Community fans, and with six seasons in its rearview mirror, a movie may not be out of the question. Which would be fine if every season of Community was as good as the first three. The firing of Dan Harmon was the first big mistake, and after the exits of three main cast members, it became extremely difficult to maintain a status quo. Why did we try and demand so much more than the show could give?

On the Other Hand... With the return of Dan Harmon, season five was an excellent recovery, and even seasons four and six had outstanding episodes like "Cooperative Polygraphy" and "Modern Espionage" along the way. The series finale ended up being fantastic, so even if the road to get there was a bit bumpy, in a way, it was all worth it.

Shows That Should Have Ended Before They Did 

Futurama's season four finale had everything: Jokes! Musical numbers! Heart! Memes! You really couldn't ask for anything better to close out an outstanding show. But then Futurama continued in the form of four mildly disappointing TV movies, followed by three seasons of mixed results. It's not that these seasons are bad per say, it's just that the season four finale is just so perfect that it kinda undermines everything that came after.

On the Other Hand... Seasons six through nine are actually pretty good, truth be told. Unlike Community, the out-of-show production issues never decreased the quality of the program, and the series finale "Meanwhile" came quite close to matching the amazingness that is "The Devil's Hands Are Idle Playthings."  

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This one's a bit tougher to mark exactly where the decline in quality began. Around season two or three, the show suddenly went from a bloody fun romp in vampireland to a "serious" show with "serious" characters and "serious" mythology. But you really can't make a show "serious" once basically all of its characters have engaged in a giant mythical orgy. It just doesn't work.

On the Other Hand... The season finales never really wrapped everything up, so it's hard to stop watching with no closure. Season five was also a solid resurgence with a compelling vampire bible plot and a great villain. And season six had its moments, I guess.

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One of the greatest sinners on this list, Dexter took an extremely strong premise and a talented cast and drove it into the ground after two seasons.The main problem? The writers kept Dexter from facing any real consequences, even as he continued to literally kill people on a regular basis. Dexter probably would have been better if someone had slit the show's throat before things went south.

On the Other Hand... The Trinity Killer in the fourth season is actually an impressive Big Bad who rivals Dexter and keeps the momentum of the season going. The beginning of the seventh season is also a high watermark in the later seasons.



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When I watched the HIMYM series finale, I think I actually screamed out loud when it ended. Needless to say I was not a fan of the ending, and that had come after about four seasons of depressing and/or unnecessary storylines that should have just been cut out. I guess then we wouldn't have known who the Mother was, but looking back, do you really want to?

On the Other Hand... Cristin Milioti is a national treasure and the saving grace of the ninth season. Plus, the later seasons have plenty of good episodes, it's just on average that the seasons get slightly worse.

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Remember when Modern Family was considered a fresh and exciting TV show? Those days are long behind it. Since the end of season two it's been hitting a complete standstill, feeling more like those stale family sitcoms it was supposed to be replacing. My biggest complaint is that even after seven seasons it still hogs all the comedy Emmys for no reason. When oh when will Veep get its moment in the sun?

On the Other Hand... Season six is a solid comeback for the aging sitcom and even season three has its moments. It truthfully still is a pretty fun show, and features a solidly diverse cast, which is pretty nice. Plus, the adult cast is always on point, even when the younger cast stumbles.

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Supernatural creator Eric Kripke has said before that he only imagined the story going five seasons, and honestly, he was probably right. Looking back after ten seasons, you can see the fraying of the story as soon as the excellent fifth season ended. Though plenty of Tumblr users are probably going to send me death threats because of this, it probably would have been better if the show had cut its losses and ended when Kripke left.

On the Other Hand... Supernatural has plenty of awesome episodes in later seasons ("The French Mistake," anyone?) and the eighth season had a creative resurgence that kept people watching. Plus Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki continue to be on their A-game.

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This may seem mean, but as people age, they just get worse. Sure, maybe you have an upswing in your 60s, which is nice and all, but basically after your 40s, your life is over. It's the same thing with TV shows (many of which are included on this list). Exhibit A of this phenomenon: The Simpsons. Eight seasons of perfection followed by a steady decline in the following EIGHTEEN seasons is really just a symptom of age. And like most shows on this list, they probably should have just been put out to pasture.

On the Other Hand... The Simpsons is a staple of American TV. Even a bad episode is usually pretty good, and even after all this time they can still pull off a solid one ever once in a while. I watched "Brick Like Me" a few days ago and remembered how amazing the show is when it pulls out the stops.

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Elfen Lied (2016) Español Latino

Serie de TV (2004). 13 episodios. Los diclonius (humanos con dos pequeños cuernos) son unos mutantes creados por el hombre con un don que se le podría denominar como un sexto sentido. Estos seres tienen el poder necesario como para eliminar toda la humanidad. La humanidad está preocupada, y comienza a estudiarlos para buscar un remedio. Lucy, uno de los diclonius, se escapa de su cámara de contención, matando a todo aquél que se interpone en su camino, hasta caer al mar… Al día siguiente acaba en una playa, donde Kouta y Yuka la encuentran y la alojan en su finca con el nombre de Nyu… Serie de animación de culto, repleta de referencias culturales, que contó con una temporada de trece episodios y una OVA.
Elfen Lied Español Latino
TV 25 min. Verano 2004 R+
Estudios: Arms | Estreno: 25/07/2004
Géneros: Acción, Drama, Horror, Psicológico, Romance, Seinen, Supernatural
Serie de TV (2004). 13 episodios. Los diclonius (humanos con dos pequeños cuernos) son unos mutantes creados por el hombre con un don que se le podría denominar como un sexto sentido. Estos seres tienen el poder necesario como para eliminar toda la humanidad. La humanidad está preocupada, y comienza a estudiarlos para buscar un remedio. Lucy, uno de los diclonius, se escapa de su cámara de contención, matando a todo aquél que se interpone en su camino, hasta caer al mar… Al día siguiente acaba en una playa, donde Kouta y Yuka la encuentran y la alojan en su finca con el nombre de Nyu…

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Elfen Lied (2016)

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Capítulo 1: “El Encuentro” (16/10/2016)
Kohta y Yuka encuentran a Lucy e intentan ayudarla pero ella no puede recordar nada. Un equipo de asalto tiene órdenes de matarla.

Capítulo 2: “Exterminio” (23/10/2016)
La poca capacidad de entendimiento de una inocente Nyu hace que Kota se enfade con ella y esta se marche corriendo. Es entonces cuando se encontrará con sus perseguidores.

Capítulo 3: “Dentro de su corazón” (30/10/2016)
En el laboratorio preparan acciones para recuperar a Nyu, y cuentan con una Diclonius más como ella que podría localizarla. Mientras tanto, una pequeña niña conoce a Kota y al resto de protagonistas.

Capítulo 4: “Colisión” (06/11/2016)
El enfrentamiento entre Nyu y Número Siete llega a su punto crítico, donde se decidirá el destino de una de las dos.

Capítulo 5: “Recepción” (13/11/2016)
En este episodio conocemos la historia de Mayu, la niña perdida. A su vez, parece que Kota podría haber descubierto a alguien relacionado con Nyu.

Capítulo 6: “Corazones ardientes” (20/11/2016)
Nyu sigue perdida, y Kota parte a buscarla. ¿De verdad es hija del hermano del profesor como le dijo? Poco a poco la verdad sale a la luz.

Capítulo 7: “Confrontación” (27/11/2016)
Una Nana perdida busca su sitio en el mundo pero se encuentra con el militar al que enfrentó Lucy. Poco después, conocerá a Mayu, con quien entablará amistad.

Capítulo 8: “El inicio” (04/12/2016)
Nana se encuentra con una Lucy irreconocible y explica a su nueva amiga su condición. Mientras tanto, la caza contra Lucy sigue su curso.

Capítulo 9: “Reminiscencia” (11/12/2016)
Aunque Kota no lo recuerde, él y Lucy se conocieron en el pasado cuando apenas eran unos niños. En este episodio nos cuentan esa historia.

Capítulo 10: “Infante” (18/12/2016)
En este episodio conocemos la historia del padre de Nana y el pasado de la investigación sobre los Diclonius.

Capítulo 11: “Confusión” (25/12/2016)
Número Treinta y Cinco, la Diclonius más peligrosa, es liberada para acabar con Lucy de una vez por todas. Sin embargo su instinto asesino es complicado de controlar.

Capítulo 12: “Descenso” (01/01/2017)
Con el ataque a Nana y la aparición de Nyu en escena, Kota recuerda finalmente todo lo ocurrido en su pasado y su relación con Lucy.

Capítulo 13: “Iluminación” (08/01/2017)
Con todas las cartas sobre la mesa, llega el ataque final de Lucy para liberarse de las ataduras del pasado.

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The 5 Biggest Idiots Of 2017 (So Far)

Every week, there are people who do a bunch of downright stupid nonsense. These are the 5 dumbest people from the first week of 2017.



5. The idiot failson who got chewed out by Paul Ryan for trying to dab during a photo op

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The dweeby son of newly-sworn in congressman Roger Marshall (R - KS), seen standing between his father and Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, literally tried dabbing (I don't think we need quotations marks, CNN) AT his dad's swearing in. It's hard to envision a less cool venue for dabbing - a dance move that originated in the Atlanta hip-hop scene - than next to your dad and Paul Ryan (America's stepdad) during a congressional swearing-in, but that didn't stop Cal Marshall's awkward, cringey attempt.

As if that wasn't embarrassing enough, he got called out by Paul Ryan - the SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE - for his awkward "suburban white kid dabbing" move (not that Paul Ryan knew what the hell the kid was doing - he thought he was in the midst of a prolonged sneeze).

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And now, Cal - a 17 year old - has been publicly grounded by his Congressman dad for the weeniest stunt anyone could possibly imagine.

If you're going to get grounded, do something COOL, not dab next to Paul Ryan.



4. The dope who runs the Yahoo Finance Twitter account

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See that? See what the typo is? Yes, of course you do, because you're a reasonable human who isn't completely illiterate. And "not being illiterate" makes you WAY better than whoever it is that runs the Yahoo Finance Twitter account, who tweeted out the above sentence and left it up for NEARLY AN HOUR before deleting (after it had been retweeted over five thousand times). Particularly in times like these, where racially-charged violent incidents are on the rise, it seems like the kind of typo that YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO CATCH PRETTY QUICK.

Yahoo's had a rough go of it lately - between revelations about major hacks and a general decline in their brand standing - so they didn't really need to be associated with this. "#NiggerNavy" became a major trend in response to this, as African-Americans across the country riffed on the tweet:



Of course, they tried apologizing, but it was too little, too late:



3. The 55 Year-Old, 100% Clean Comedian Dan Nainan

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Dan Nainan is something of a legend in the comedy scene, but not for the reasons he would like: he's notorious for being a hacky "clean" comedian who can't get booked at actual comedy clubs and really only playing corporate events (his primary staple joke is basically "My dad is Indian and my mom is Japanese, so I get my sushi from 7-11!"), for sending out bizarre braggadocious emails to other comedians, and for constantly lying about his age.

It is well-documented that Nainan was born in 1961 and is currently 55 years old - there's ample documentation and...well, just LOOK at the dude. He's 55 year old. That's nothing to be ashamed of - and yet, for some reason, Nainan has been desperately trying to convince people that he's actually in his mid-30s for YEARS. And this week, it finally blew up in his face.

In an extensive (and really great) profile by The Daily Beast, reporter Ben Collins explains the odd saga of Dan Nainan, his history, and why on Earth he keeps pretending to be a millenial. He's spoken to reporters at Forbes, NY Times, the Associated Press, and more, all claiming to be a 35 year old comedian. He punched someone for tweeting mean things about him during one of his sets. And again, his aggressive, braggy emails are completely bonkers:

And he probably could have kept skating by, without much mainstream acknowledgement to what a creepy odd weirdo hack he was, if only he hadn't been so insistent on pretending to be 35 years old.

And now, here's 100% Clean Comedian Dan Nainan bombing HARD for 30 minutes straight:



2. Famous abusive human / social media crybaby Chris Brown

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While Chris Brown will probably go down in history as "the guy who beat Rihanna's face into ground beef AND GOT AWAY WITH IT SOMEHOW?", that hasn't stopped him from being a weird asshole in other parts of life - namely, on social media, where Chris Brown got into the most middle school whiny beef possible with Soulja Boy, after...Soulja Boy liked a pic of Brown's ex, Karrueche Tran.

Yes, that's the reason for the latest beef - a dude clicking "like" on an Instagram photo. THAT'S IT.







From there, things went down the typical path of online drama you might find at your average middle school, except this was with millionaire celebrities in front of an audience of millions of followers - threatening each other, challenges to boxing matches, a huge variety of insults, etc. Eventually, Soulja Boy posted an apology video, and in response...Chris Brown got his lawyer to threaten Soulja Boy on Twitter:



Now, it seems like they might seriously arrange a boxing match to settle the score? At the very least, Chris Brown is posting very cringey photoshops of himself as a boxer:



1. Donald Trump

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Actual, real President-Elect of the United States of America, Donald Trump, is still an asshole - let's not even get into the actual political moves he's been making, but he can't even restrain himself from trashing The Celebrity Apprentice...a show that he STILL IS AN EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ON.





Again - this is still a show he has a vested interest in and receives money for his role as "executive producer." But even without that, why is the President-Elect taunting a reality show on Twitter?! (honestly, it IS pretty entertaining that he's still this petty and bitter, but that doesn't make it any less bizarre)

Arnold Schwarzenegger, in response, threw some genial passive-aggressive shade at the soon-to-be most powerful person on Earth:






Who will the fuckups be next week? Can't wait to see!

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