While promoting her new book, Dolly Parton brought late night host Stephen Colbert to tears with a folk song her mama used to sing.
A tattooed kindergarten teacher with surgically blackened eyes, Sylvain Helaine, calls his removal from teaching young kids "quite sad".
Queen Elizabeth broke royal protocol and had the Coldstone Guard play the US National Anthem at Buckingham Palace after 9/11.
Don Rickles lacked customer service when he played a shoe salesman on "The Carol Burnett Show." He was definitely not customer focused.
This "What Would You Do?" video shows how diners react when a waitress repeatedly insults a disabled veteran with a traumatic brain injury.
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A three-year-old girl was thrown through the sky at a kite festival after she got caught in the long tails of the kite.
Dolly Parton is well known for her big hair as she's worn wigs for decades, but, now, we get a glimpse at the superstar's natural hair.
This classic "Carol Burnett Show" skit puts Harvey Korman in an uncomfortable situation but the ending will tug at your heart strings.
Christian comedian John Crist went to Walmart to "cancel" any products deemed offensive by the professionally offended liberal mob.
When the national anthem suddenly played on a Jersey Shore boardwalk, everyone stopped in their tracks to show respect and turn to the flag.
A "Golden Girls" episode centered around Blanche's Southern roots was funny in 1997 but is it too much for the radicals behind cancel culture today?
This 2004 video clip of Robin Williams shows how he reacted when troops immediately turned their backs on him during a live performance.
A black man joined a white woman for an impromptu duet of the National Anthem. The stranger's voices blend beautifully and for good reason.
A stunned "Family Feud" host Steve Harvey had to pause the "Fast Money" segment after NFL Hall of Famer Bruce Smith gave this answer in the second round.
It doesn't take long for claws to come out as Carol Burnett and Imogene Coco portray wives of political rivals on Walter Windrum’s Wonderful World of Women.
In just two years Brady Snakovsky, a young Ohio boy, has raised enough money to purchase bulletproof vests for 200 K-9s throughout the United States.
After mowing lawns for veterans in all 50 states, this Alabama man started a movement throughout the country inspiring children to help out, too.
Willie Nelson's latest music video breathes new life into his country music classic trio with Kris Kristofferson and Waylon Jennings, "We Are The Cowboys".
Andy Griffith's hilarious 1953 Monologue "What It Was, Was Football" is still one of the most popular comedy routines of all time!