Cat Calls MilkandCookies Funniest Site on the Net

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Back in September of 2003, Cat Schwartz hosted a show called "Call for Help" on TechTV.

She featured us in a segment called Cat's Clicks where she labeled MilkandCookies.com the "Funniest Site on the Net".

Apparently some "hackers" told her about us.

She went on to say, "Are you ready to have some fun? Before you do, make sure the kids are in bed.

This is the very last place you'll ever have to look on the Web to find all the crazy videos, nutty images, silly songs, and anything else that can only be found on the Internet."

She reiterated her affinity for the site in an interview with a magazine.


SNL: The Barry Gibb Talk Show, 2003

Justin Timberlake hosted and performed as the musical guest on the premiere episode of The Barry Gibb Talk Show.

Barry's guests included Al Franken (played by Jeff Richards), Arianna Huffington (Rachel Dratch) and the then-Lieutenant Governor of California, Cruz Bustamante (Horatio Sanz). At the time, both Huffington and Bustamante were running for Governor of California amidst the recall election that eventually ousted Gray Davis.

The show is memorable for Timberlake's inability to maintain a straight face during Fallon's rantings. He can be seen lowering his head occasionally in an attempt to disguise his laughter. This was the only Barry Gibb Talk Show sketch in which Fallon was still in the cast.

From Season 29 Episode 2 | Aired on 10/11/2003 | Not Rated | 05:07


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BMX: Corey Martinez

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SNL Behind The Music: Blue Oyster Cult

I'm Bruce Dickinson. Yes, THE Bruce Dickinson. The song is great, but it could use more cowbell. Guess what, I got a fever. And the only prescription, is more cowbell.

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Not your father's dancing Transformer.

This one's got moves.

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