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The long-awaited crossover special between The Simpsons and Family Guy won’t be airing for another two months, but today we’ve been treated to an extended preview of the upcoming mash-up episode. Debuted at Comic-Con over the weekend, the five-minute teaser features Bart teaching Stewie how to skateboard and make prank calls, while Homer and Peter bond over beer and donuts, before getting into an all-out brawl, naturally. Cleveland and Bob from Bob’s Burgers make cameos in the hour-long (yes, hour-long) episode.

The Simpsons/Family Guy special airs on September 28, right after the season 26 premiere of The Simpsons, in which a main character is expected to be killed off. With a title like “Clown in the Dumps,” it looks like either Krusty the Clown or Sideshow Bob will be meeting their demise. You can watch the trailer for that below, too.

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You ever listened to Morgan Freeman talk? You ever listened to Morgan Freeman talk… on heeeelium? *Jon Stewart voice*

Watch the hilarious clip below…


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Iggy Azalea can put TV host next to chart-topping pop star on her résumé. The “Fancy” hitmaker has been tapped as the host of MTV‘s newly-revived House of Style. The series, which launched in 1989 with host Cindy Crawford, will “chronicle how the fashion industry evolves alongside music and technology.” That means Iggy will be taking us from Los Angeles’ finest vintage stores with Jeremy Scott to music video sets with close friend and collaborator Rita Ora.

The new series airs August 4 on, followed by a House of Style MTV VMAs fashion special on August 26 at 7pm EST.

Catch up on a few classic House of Style clips below…


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PBS’ Finding Your Roots is back for its second season on September 23, and will be digging up the family roots of a whole host of celebrities including Derek Jeter, Anderson Cooper and Ben Affleck. The most notable guest, however, is Nas, who was the first hip-hop artist to be invited onto the series by host, Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

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Will Ferrell and his producer partner Adam McKay are taking on an odd new project that is said to be a “live-action/animation hybrid” based on an extremely cheesy ’80s show named Manimal. It’s about a doctor who doubles as a crime fighter by morphing into various animals to save to the day. TV Guide even named it one of the worst show’s of all time. It only lasted 8 episodes but developed a cult following over the years.

In an interview, McKay told Deadline: “I know the movie will be funny and entertaining, but will it be the first film to win a Pulitzer? We’ll just have to see.”

Key & Peele’s Ian Roberts and Jay Martel are on board to write the script but there hasn’t been word if Will will star on the show a well. Stay tuned for more details (via Vulture).

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Common celebrated the release of his tenth solo album this week by visiting Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday night. Serving as musical guest, the Chicago MC hit the AT&T Outdoor Stage to perform the songs “Blak Majik” with singer Jhené Aiko, and “Kingdom” with California-native Vince Staples.

Both songs can be found on Common’s Nobody’s Smiling LP, available now on iTunes.

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The 2014 ESPYs are in full swing. Hosted by Drake, the rapper kicked off the show with a series of hilarious moments aimed at various sports stars this past year in an opening monologue. Later on, Drake and one-time foe Chris Brown got together starring alongside NBA All-Star Blake Griffin in a “Drake vs Blake or Blake vs Drake” skit filled with moments that will sure have you laughing. Watch the Canadian rapper’s opening, highlighted by an entrance to the now famous “Hot Ni**a” (Bobby Shmurda/Lloyd Banks) instrumental by Jahlil Beats, Drake getting up close and personal with Lance Stephenson and Paul George, and his moment with Chris Brown.

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The biggest night in sports in underway as the 2014 ESPYs take over Los Angeles. Celebrating the past year in athletic performances and achievement, this year’s event is hosted by Drake. Before the main show kicked off inside at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live, Iggy Azalea got the party started during the pre-show, where she performed her chart-topping single “Fancy.”

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Tuesday night’s episode of Conan featured the heavenly voice of Marsha Ambrosius serving as musical guest. With her sophomore LP Friends & Lovers in stores now, the R&B singer performed the new single off the album with “Run.” Available for purchase on iTunes now, you can also stream Marsha’s album in its entirety by clicking here.

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Karrueche Tran recently stopped by KeKe Palmer’s new BET talkshow, Just KeKe. During the candid conversation, Karrueche opens up for the first-time on her relationship with Chris Brown, dealing with all the negative drama that has come her way since dating the pop star, Brown’s ex-girlfriend Rihanna, and the backlash she endured on social media.

When asked what the hardest part was, Karrueche mentioned the heartbreak, which lead to an emotional moment. The full episode is set to air on BET on Wednesday, July 16 at 5pm EST.

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