Ali and John discuss how Fifty Shades of Grey has piqued general curiosity in bondage and S&M. Ali's thinks men and women are equally interested in being dominated. Still, she has no desire to get kinky. Ali's so romantic she couldn't even have a one-night stand....Read More »
Have you read Fifty Shades of Grey? Do you think it's broadened our collective sexual horizons? Tell us in the comment below!
More can't-miss moments: Ali discusses Australia's decision to proactively kill sharks before they attack, researchers turn cockroaches into cyborgs, and a retired New Jersey locksmith is caught selling keys to the city on eBay.
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- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Tue, Oct 2, 2012 4:13 PM EDT | Comments
Ali and John welcome actress Jami Gertz, currently starring in The Neighbors on ABC, Wednesdays at 8:30. Jami shares her secrets to a long marriage and talks diet, exercise, and what she'd never do for her daughter. Of course, Ali had to know what Jami's favorite movie role was: The Lost Boys!
Did you love The Lost Boys? Is it better than Twilight? Weigh in with a comment below!
More can't-miss moments: Ali discusses new research that claims that women take as many financial risks as men, a URL owned by the Dallas Cowboys is now an online dating site for gay men, and Carrie Underwood gives a boy his first kiss at a concert.
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- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Mon, Oct 1, 2012 4:57 PM EDT | Comments
Ali and John discuss a Norwegian study that found that divorce rates are 50% lower among heterosexual couples in which women do most of the housework. Ali says she and George naturally fell into traditional gender roles at home — he's the breadwinner, she cooks and cleans. John and his partner, on the other hand, had to delegate household chores.Read More »
Is arguing about housework a slippery slope to further fights? Who does more of the housework in your home? Tell us in the comments below!
More can't-miss moments: Ali discusses a woman who regrew her own ear after losing it to cancer, a TSA agent is sentenced to three years in jail after stealing $800,000 worth of property, and the CDC reports an increase in non-fatal child injuries related to text messaging.
- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Fri, Sep 28, 2012 6:27 PM EDT | Comments
Ali and John discuss a man in Hong Kong who's offering a dowry of several million dollars to the man who can woo and marry his daughter. The only catch: She's a lesbian and already married to another woman! Strangely, the daughter's going along with her father's scheme. Ali wonders if it's because she knows it won't work, or because she knows he only want her to be accepted by society....Read More »
What do you you think of this dowry? Is the dad an unaccepting homophobe, or does he have misplaced good intentions? Tell us in the comments below!
More can't-miss moments: Ali discusses an Arizona ski resort that will make artificial snow out of treated sewage, an Idaho fisherman finds a severed finger in the mouth of a trout, and a Florida man rents out alligators for kids' birthday parties.
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- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Thu, Sep 27, 2012 3:04 PM EDT | Comments
Ali and John discuss Canadian radio host Buzz Bishop, who's caused quite an uproar after he blogged about having a favorite son. This is similar to Kelly Ripa's statement back in 2011, when she announced on the Rachel Ray Show that her favorite child was her youngest son, Joaquin.
Do you have a favorite kid? Tell us in the comments below!
More can't-miss moments: Ali talks the new Daily Shot app, which automatically downloads the latest video right to your phone or iPad, Air Asia's kid-free zone, and nomophobia -- the fear of being away from technology.