A deckhand's leg was crushed by a 1,000 lb steel pot, resulting in gruesome spiral fracture of the fibula and tibia.
After seeing the home for the first time, the former child actors were flooded with memories of their deceased costars.
Oliver Stone was upset with Charlie Sheen about "The Wraith," a terrible movie that Sheen made which came out right before "Platoon."
Teresa and Brandon Davis, who adopted Carly, appeared on the Teen Mom OG: Reunion for the first time in 10 years.
Ja’s daughter Brittney voiced her concern saying, “I feel like it'd get very messy, very quickly, and it can go really bad.”
At one point during the ride, Kevin used a walkie-talkie to radio the producers for help. “They trying to kill me,” he warned, “We definitely just almost died.“
Two of the four accusers speak openly about their ordeal on the series finale of "Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath."And reveal gut wrenching details.
While listening to Byrne's accounts, Cuomo said “It sounds crazy... I've never heard anything like this, Patrick, and I've been doing this a long time.”
Anderson wonders is Ivanka is "proud" of her father after recent comments he made questioning Jewish American loyalty.
Simon Cowell said, “I think in the history of 'America's Got Talent' that was the worst live performance I've ever seen.”
During a "Tonight Show Travolt/Off," Travolta reprised his role from "Face/Off," which of course meant a great Nicolas Cage impression.
“The Daily Show With Trevor Noah” creates #DontDeportMelania after realizing the president’s immigration policies are all aimed at the First Lady.
While on the set of Happy Days, Winkler got a call from an Illinois State Trooper who said, “I have a 17-year-old kid on a ledge, and he is threatening to jump off, and he will only talk to you.”
Kate Upton said, “It's just so important, you know, with all of this fakeness going on, to remember who or what continues to motivate us to be our best, strongest self.”
Top Gear hosts compare Toyota and BMW partnership to Charles Dickens and Emily Brontë writing a book together.
“He is a bully and a coward and it's fine he wants to bully me and Senator Brown, we're okay, we can take it,” said Whaley, adding, “The citizens of Dayton deserve action.”