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The real world isn't quite as far from the Seven Kingdoms as you might think. In fact, many of the characters are shockingly similar...
With new (and amazingly boring) emails from Hillary Clinton's personal server coming out in drips every few weeks, we got to thinking which of our favorite TV characters might get caught up in the controversy.
Poor li’l Bobby Jindal just lost his only friends in the world what with the Duck Dynasty crew jumping ship to Donald Trump. Which got us wondering…
Move over, Donald! There's someone even louder, brasher, and more obnoxious making a play for the White House!
Can't stand the voice of any Republican presidential candidate? You're in luck! The good folks at Bad Lip Reading have re-dubbed the highlights of the first GOP debate. The results are slightly more coherent and much, much more musical.
Little Congresswoman on the Prairie
“It is quite likely that [Captain] Kirk is a Republican,” says Sen. Ted Cruz, who claims to be quite the Trekkie. Could he be right??? HNTP examines the evidence.
When the opposition party demands answers on UFOs, the Welsh government responds in a hostile alien language.
Which GOP candidates have a doppleganger on television? Come for Ben Carson as charlatan Dr. Oz.... Stay for Rand Paul as Game of Thrones wannabe queen Cersei Lannister.
Clay Aiken wins the next best thing to a seat in Congress... his own reality TV show!
Election Day Fun: Researchers Reveal Democrats and Republicans' Most Favoritest TV Shows
Republican A.G. candidate admits you can't defend anti-gay laws unless you're willing to defend anti-black laws, too... and he's just the man to do it!
Gov. Rick Perry uses Joan Rivers's dead body as campaign prop
Why Republicans should never be allowed around money or any money-making enterprise
Why, that President George W. Bush is nothing but a liar!
Veep Recap: Oops...
Pharrell Reveals Beautiful, Bizarre Political Views In GQ Interview
Science: Jerks Don't Understand Sarcasm, Explaining 95 Percent Of Our Letters To The Editor