- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Fri, Oct 5, 2012 2:59 PM EDT | Comments
Ali and John discuss Jennifer Livingston, a Wisconsin news anchor who was bullied for her weight. When a viewer called her obese and a bad role model for girls, Livingston addressed his comments on-air, saying, "To all of the children out there who feel lost, who are struggling with your weight, with the color of your skin, your sexual preference, your disability, even the acne on your face, listen to me right now. Do not let your self-worth be defined by bullies." Lady Gaga has also recently fought back against criticism of her weight....Read More »
Do you think these celebrities were bullied? How do you feel about celebrities defending themselves in a very public way? Tell us in the comments below!
More can't-miss moments: Ali discusses the pranksters who called SWAT teams to come to celebrity homes, a mom sues Radio Shack after finding porn on the "new" cellphone she bought her teen daughter, and jail inmates in American Samoa are allowed to make beer and snack runs to the local convenience sto
- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Thu, Oct 4, 2012 5:45 PM EDT | Comments
Ali and John discuss Arnold Schwarzenegger's recent 60 Minutes interview discussing his tell-all memoir Total Recall. Ali was shocked at how unapologetic and unemotional Schwarzenegger is about his infidelity. John wonders why the governor is coming clean about his affairs. Will Schwarzenegger run for a higher public office, or is he trying to win sympathy from the public?...Read More »
Would you read Schwarzenegger's book? Do you think it's better for celebrities to come clean about cheating or to keep things private? Tell us in the comments below!
More can't-miss moments: Ali discusses a Swedish smuggler who paid his friend to serve jail time for him, an Oregon farmer gets eaten by his hogs, and a poodle survives being hit by a car and riding 11 miles in the car's grill.
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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.