ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith is under scrutiny after saying on air, “Ben Roethlisberger, to me, has never come across as a bad guy.” The comment was concerning given that Roethlisberger is an NFL player who received a suspension and notoriety in 2010 after numerous sexual assault allegations came to light, and especially concerning since Smith had just apologized for a comment indicating that women should take some responsibility for “provoking” sexual assaults. To put things in perspective, here is a compilation of some other athletes Smith has defended.
Roger Goodell’s new PR campaign to help clean up the NFL’s dirty image.
Too much time spent on the web will make you dirty and brain-dead.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the kitchen.
Talk about empty calories!
The sure-fire fix for a broken relationship!
We join Jared and his cohorts at 3pm on a Tuesday afternoon as they stroll into a bar, which is not at all a sad thing because they probably had the day off or something completely reasonable. Anyway, they stumble across Walter who is hopelessly planning some sort of weird speed dating event that they of course get lured into because what kind of episode would it be if they didn’t?
John Oliver thinks that Americans should still be afraid of global nuclear annihilation. You know, like we were in the good ol’ days. However, it’s not because of threats from megalomaniac unstable dictatorships like North Korea, who as recently as last Friday threatened to attack the White House and the Pentagon with a nuclear strike. It’s because of our own incompetence when handling the over 4,800 nuclear weapons we have stockpiled on U.S. soil. If you need one more issue to give you a low-level of constant anxiety in your life, watch the video below.
When the boys attempt to plan Nate’s surprise birthday party, a series of well-intentioned cover ups lead to some surprising revelations.
Some things never change.
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