On Wednesday, people everywhere celebrated Back To The Future Day in honor of Marty McFly's expedition to October 21, 2015, in the classic 1989 film Back To The Future II.
Apparently, Fox & Friends co-anchor Brian Kilmeade decided to celebrate a little differently than everyone else. Check out this footage of the Fox News host trapped inside a DeLorean.
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The incident happened live during Fox & Friends' segment for Back To The Future Day (why else would they have a DeLorean?) with his co-hosts Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Steve Doocy as well as '80s pop-rocker Huey Lewis looking on.
Lewis, who contributed two songs to the original Back To The Future, was scheduled to perform on the show. During his introduction, Lewis looks around before asking "Where's Brian?" It seems that Kilmeade was supposed to emerge from the '80s sports car at some point but got stuck.
As Kilmeade struggles with the DeLorean DMC-12's trademark gull-wing doors, Huey Lewis tells the camera, "We rehearsed this."
"He locked the door?" asks Doocy incredulously. "Try it again," he suggests, and when it doesn't work he tells Kilmeade "Just stick your face out."
Hasselbeck wants Kilmeade to try a more scientific approach: "Just hit the flux capacitor and I'm sure something will happen."
Eventually, Kilmeade manages to get the flux capacitor... fluxing. He triumphantly emerges from Doc Brown's time machine, dressed as Marty McFly, only to hit his head on the gull-wing door, which definitely wasn't something they rehearsed with Huey Lewis.
"What year is it? Do I look like Michael J. Fox? Do I look as sexy as I feel?" Kilmeade pleads with the group. They don't think he looks sexy, but Elisabeth Hasselbeck tells him he makes a great McFly.
Viewers everywhere are still holding out hope for the entire Fox News team to get trapped in a DeLorean and sent back to 1955, where their conservative views might better fit in with the times.
If you're mad because "Batwoman was never black," there's something you need to know...
TV's newest incarnation of Batwoman, Ryan Wilder, is Black.
The CW's Batwoman has always had a progressive streak. In the first season, Orange Is the New Black alum Ruby Rose plays Kate Kane, Bruce Wayne's cousin who dons the Batwoman cowl to protect Gotham City. Just like every other superhero show, Kate's romantic life factors into the plot. Unlike the rest, however, Kate is an out lesbian, making her the first leading lesbian superhero in television history.
But after the first season, Ruby Rose announced that she was leaving Batwoman for unspecified reasons, allegedly related to burnout from the ridiculously long work hours required from a superhero series lead. This meant that in order for Batwoman to continue, the CW would need a new star.
Enter Javicia Leslie, former co-star of CBS comedy-drama God Unfriended Me. Prior to Leslie's casting, fans of the show wondered how Batwoman might handle the transition of actresses. Would Kate Kane just look completely different in season 2 with no canonical explanation?
Nope. As it turns out, Javicia Leslie's Batwoman will be an entirely new character: Ryan Wilder.
The rocker celebrates his 45th birthday today
Jack White almost became a priest.
But then again, did he? The iconic rocker has regularly beguiled the press. "I'd got accepted to a seminary in Wisconsin," he told 60 Minutes Mike Wallace back in 2005 in what seemed like a moment of genuine candor. "At the last second, I thought, 'I'll just go to public school."
Whether you believe that story or not, the blues-rock polymath, who turns 45 today, has led an undeniably punk life and crafted some of the most sacred rock music in history. Two decades after The White Stripes' self-titled debut, Jack White has remained purposefully slippery with the public. He told publications that he and Meg White, his then-wife and White Stripes-cohort, were the youngest of ten siblings and claimed that his label, Third Man Records, used to be a candy company, among other outlandish claims.