Today is England’s Trooping of the Colo(u)r, a centuries-old ceremony performed by British infantry regiments that also marks the Queens’ official (fake) birthday. It is precisely the sort of long, stuffy procession favored by the Royal Children, who are at their happiest when perched far, far away from the heaving,…
You may have noticed that when the three eldest Trump children (and occasionally Tiffany, if she’s lucky) speak in public about the president, which is quite often, they nearly always refer to him as “father.” That shouldn’t be such a weird thing—Donald Trump is, clearly, their father—and yet when they do it, it is…
Woah my God. An eight-year-old boy and 11-year-old girl were doused with gasoline and set on fire by a third child this weekend, The Canadian Press reports. In the understatement of the century, the Mounties say that this happened in “an altercation” with another child.
Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III have a love story for the books. The two first met at the 1955 Cannes Film Festival, where the actress was promoting To Catch a Thief, and tied the knot in an elaborate ceremony in Monaco nearly a year later. Aside from sharing numerous sweet moments together during their 26-year marriage, they were also loving parents to their three children, Caroline, Albert II, and Stéphanie. See some of their best family appearances together below.
There’s WNBA on ESPN2 tonight. Maybe that will be more competitive than the NBA Playoffs. The Byron Nelson gets started today. That should be fun. Get the golf blood pumping a little bit. The big one tonight has to be Ducks-Predators. Come for the hockey, stay for the Nashville hockey environment. That’s at 8 on NBCSN.
Chlorpyrifos is a neurotoxic pesticide most commonly used in California’s Central Valley for crops like almonds, walnuts, oranges, grapes, and broccoli. It was banned for residential use in 2000 and in 2015, under President Barack Obama, the Environmental Protection Agency proposed a ban for use of the pesticide in…
The Bachelor on ABC at 8:00pm ET. 21st season finale. Oh hey, the latest human personification of beige is going to choose an aspiring reality show start to spend many happy contractually obligated magazine cover shoots with. It’s so romantic I can hardly stand it.
APB on Fox at 9:01pm ET.
Bates Motel on A&E at 10:00pm ET. Freddie Highmore’s career has taken a real hard left turn that makes it a little difficult to rewatch the movies he was in as a kid. Not Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, though, anyone involved in that always had at least a 70/30 chance of turning out a psycho.
Taken on NBC at 10:01pm ET. Monday night is starting to be a pretty bleak night for TV unless you really enjoy crime dramas centered around one dude fighting the world. Or in APB’s case, Chicago. It’s good though, because there’s so many better TV shows on so many different platforms that having a night to catch up is very useful.
Most parents have been there at one point or another: On the phone with an important call to work, a business associate, or even paying a bill online, and no matter how many times you tell the damn kids, «No talking to Daddy while he’s on the phone!» it won’t matter. The kids are still going to grab your hand and yell, «But Daddy, I have to to to the potty. NOW!»
Well, let’s quadruple that embarrassment by putting you not only on television, but on the news discussion a serious issue like relations between North and South Korea. With video.
How many people felt worse for his poor wife, who probably took 20 seconds to go to the bathroom herself, only to walk out and discover, to her horror, that her children have invaded their father’s space. She looks mortified.