Old 'Family Guy' Episode With Creepy Joke About Kevin Spacey Goes Viral

People who work in the industry or have friends who do, always hear these rumors about rich and powerful executives, actors, producers, directors, and the double lives in they lead.

McFarlane hinted at this during a 2013 Oscars joke.

Seth McFarlane somehow called Kevin Spacey’s alleged behavior way back in 2005 in this Family Guy clip that features a nude Stewie running through a clothing store, screaming about being trapped in Kevin Spacey’s basement.

Everyone was pretty much unanimous in decrying Spacey’s decision to come out as a “smokescreen” from the fact that he once allegedly attempted sexual advances on a minor.

Others were shocked at how well Spacey’s “ploy” is working.

While others were just shocked that Spacey would conflate an archaic stereotype of homosexuals “lusting” after young boys. 

There are tons of other people who’ve criticized the way Spacey came out. And as painful as it is for survivors like Rapp to come out and share their stories, it’s an important step in ensuring that inappropriate sexual advances are not tolerated, no matter how talented, rich, or powerful the individual.

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This Story Of Someone Interrupting A Creepy Date Is Truly Inspiring

Oh, the “Nice Guy.” The dude who thinks you owe him time attention and probably sex just because they didn’t immediately call you names or they helped you move a couch once. All women have met them at some point, and a Reddit thread on the phenomenon contains many a sad tale about an abusive Nice Guy. 

But amongst the bad stuff, Bored Pandafound a story from a user named ThrowAwayForPancakes told an incredibly well-paced and heart warming tale about someone stepping in when a Nice Guy was openly threatening a woman in a restaurant:

Too good to be true? Maybe, but let’s believe it is and enjoy it as much as the commenters did:

I want to believe in a hero cowboy! He doesn’t have to be nice. Just good.

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The Creepy Clown Controversy Has Forced Target To Stop Selling Clown Masks For Halloween

Thanks to the recent clown reign of terror that’s been haunting communities across the country (and our nightmares), Halloween just got a lot less fun. 

A Target spokesman emailed the following statement, regarding the retailer’s clown masks this Halloween:

Given the current environment, we have made the decision to remove a variety of clown masks from our assortment, both in stores and online.

So it looks like we won’t be seeing this face on Halloween. 

So what exactly is the “current environment” that makes clown masks so undesirable this year? 

It all began this summer with the first creepy clown sightings in South Carolina, where people reported a clown trying to lure children into the woods…You know, like any good horror movie begins.

Things only got worse from there. Clown disasters started sprouting up all over. Two high schools in Alabama went into lockdown last month after social media threats surfaced from a clown spotted lingering around campus. Then, in North Carolina, a 20-year-old was arrested for terrorizing people while wearing a clown mask and carrying a hatchet. 

Professional clowns (like, ones without axes and homicidal tendencies) have not been thrilled with the new widespread distrust of people in weird makeup and big red noses. 

Some clowns even organized a Clown Lives Matter march which was shut down due to death threats (and people generally being outraged that clowns would try to piggyback off of Black Lives Matter). 

The crisis hasn’t just damaged Halloween and circus clowns, though. It’s even affected a fast food empire. 

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Even Ronald McDonald, the beloved clown face of obesity,  has been forced to maintain a low profile

TBH, we’re glad that there will be fewer clown masks this Halloween… So if we see one, we know it’s a legitimate homicidal maniac.

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These Pictures Of Disney World Abandoned Before Hurricane Matthew Are Super Creepy

To give you an idea of just how severe Hurricane Matthew is, Disney World is closing down in preparation of the mega storm, something the theme park hasn’t done in over 11 years.

But the happiest place on Earth is only made happy by the throngs of parents being dragged by their shouting children in unforgivable heat all while trying to avoid spending a fortune on a bottle of soda or a huge lollipop.

Because without people, the happiest place on earth is just downright creepy.

What makes these photos even creepier is when you consider that over 500 people have already been killed by Hurricane Matthew in Haiti.

Which is insane, because every time you hear the name Matthew, you probably think of Broderick, or Matt LeBlanc.

Or Chris Matthews, who, despite having a program called Hardball, isn’t the first person when you think of something intimidating.

It’s just so eerie.

Unreal. (h/t hellogiggles)

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