Like many Southerners, Renee Durette drops the "G" at the end of a word when she speaks. Her accent became a big issue during a recent episode of 'Wheel of Fortune,' costing the Navy Intel Specialist from Merritt Island, Fla $3,850 thanks to a controversial judge's ruling.
When Mike got the call that his dog Bandit has been found, at first he thought it was a prank. He lost the shih tzu five years ago when it escaped through a hole in his fence and was then grabbed by an unknown man in a car.
The Christmas comedy 'Elf' is about one of Santa's little helpers who learns that he is really human and then leaves the North Pole to seek out his birth family.
The film starred the long-limbed cut-up Will Ferrell as the "elf" in question, and became a huge holiday hit in 2003. 'Elf' also featured an all-star assortment of supporting actors and familiar faces. You can check out what the cast of 'Elf' is up to these days below.
With 2012 coming to a close, it's time for the annual parade of year end lists. Most of these features will celebrate the best of the past 12 months. However, some of our favorite lists will point out the year's low-lights, because they make us feel better about all the times people screwed up in 2012.
Donald Albritton's marriage was going through a rough patch, so he turned to his ex-girlfriend for help. The catch is Megan White, the 35-year old's former-flame, didn't exactly get a say in the matter...
When you hear a story about a landlord, it's usually an angry tale concerning neglect or some kind of funny business with a security deposit. Instead, this holiday season we present a tale that will make any heart grow three sizes.
Then: In 2003's 'Bad Santa,' Brett Kelly played Thurman Merman, aka, "The Kid." The Kid befriends Billy Bob Thornton's title character, first suffering from his misanthropic nature but eventually softening the heart of the cynical St. Nick. It was the biggest role to date for the-then 10-year-old from Canada, who had made his movie debut as another character called "Kid" in the 2001 thriller 'Kill Me Later.'
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