Sean Connery, who played James Bond in seven movies, channeled an evil villain when he said that smacking a woman around isn't so bad because some of them like it rough. (And if this were 'SNL' Celebrity Jeopardy, that's what Trebek's mother would have said to him last night…
'Project Runway' host and 'America's Got Talent' judge Heidi Klum has been showing off her rack on Instagram a lot lately. Not for attention, of course, but because she can't help it. It's genetic, you guys.
We'll let you decide for yourself, but Rick Ross claims the following rapey lyrics are not about rape: "Put molly all in her champagne / She ain't even know it / I took her home and I enjoyed that / She ain't even know it."
Bill O'Reilly said this during an argument with an atheist, citing it as proof that God really does exist. Instead, it just launched the famously funny "you can't explain that" meme. (See? This is what happens when we teach kids the moon is made of cheese.)
Who would have thought that one day we would see adorable child stars Taylor Momsen and Dakota Fanning wearing lingerie on the street and embracing the world of sex, drugs and rock n' roll. But that's just what happened.
Television and radio whackadoo Glenn Beck compared Al Gore to Hitler because he's rational that way. (Sorry, buddy, but no matter how much you hated 'An Inconvenient Truth,' a concentration camp it is not.)
Lou Reed, solo artist and frontman for the Velvet Underground, isn't very good at reciting quotes. (For the record, here's the correct line from Yeats' 'The Second Coming': "The best lack all conviction, while the worst / Are full of passionate intensity")
Paula Deen used her best Popeye impression to apologize on the 'Today' show for racist comments she once made. Except while doing so, she managed to partially quote a racist joke. No wonder she fired her PR team shortly thereafter.