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40 Hilarious Photos Of Cats Being The Biggest Jerks To Dogs



While some cats and dogs get along so well it’s heartwarming to watch, other pets are such jerks to each other that they remind us that Sunday morning cartoons always knew something more than we did.

Bored Panda has collected the funniest examples of cats acting like the biggest jerks to their live-in canine pals. Scroll down, upvote your fave pics, and let us know in the comments if your cats and your dogs get along well, dear Pandas. Oh, and pray for us because the cattos might be out to get us for outing their dirty little secrets!

There are a bunch of reasons why your cat might be attacking your dog. It’s alright if things stay playful, however, that’s not always the case.


Niecy Nash Broke Her Foot In THREE Places Weeks After Surprise Wedding To Jessica Betts – Ouch!




Sending you lots of healing vibes right now, Niecy Nash!

The 50-year-old Claws star will be on bed rest for the next few weeks and beyond following a nasty accident that left her with a broken foot. Ouch!!

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Niecy revealed the news Saturday on Instagram when she shared a teary selfie along with a video of her foot in a cast. Her caption explained:

“B R O K E N I cried like a baby #PrayForMe a sista can’t fly with one wing.”

In the video, she can be heard saying:

“Here’s my broken foot. Broken in not one, not two, but three places.”

Wow, that’s gotta hurt!! Check out the damage for yourself (below):

Nash spilled the tea about her injury in the comments section to Saturday Night Live alum Leslie Jones, who inquired how the actress got hurt in the first place! It must have been one of those freak accidents as the star replied, “I fell & twisted it,” along with an eye-roll emoji.

Awww, that sucks! At least she has loving wife Jessica Betts by her side through it all, though. This definitely cut into their honeymoon time as the ladies tied the knot in a surprise wedding only weeks ago — but they can get creative for now *wink wink* and get back to celebrating for real once the Emmy winner is back on her two feet again.

Rest up, gurl!

[Image via WENN/Avalon/Niecy Nash/Instagram]

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WiC Weekly: September 13-19




This week, we interviewed Ben Barnes about Shadow and Bone, divulged Game of Thrones secrets, looked forward to the return of The Mandalorian, and more!

Welcome to WiC Weekly, where we go over the biggest news of the week on WiC. It’s all right there in the name.

First up, we talked to actor Ben Barnes all about his projects past and future:

The Dune trailer made a ton of waves among sci-fi fans. But you know who else was tickled?

A new book takes us behind the scenes of the Game of Thrones episode no one will ever see…unless they put it out on DVD in which case I will totally buy it:

The Mandalorian season 2 is coming:

Last week, Dame Diana Rigg (Olenna Tyrell) died at the age of 82. The tributes are still pouring in:

The Last Kingdom is based on real-world history…but how real-world?

Back to remembering Diana Rigg, her Game of Thrones cast and crew-mates tell some incredible stories about her. Turns out she was as awesome as you’d guess watching her as Olenna.

One of the most interesting notes from those Game of Thrones pilot remembrances concerned Rickon Stark:

J.K. Rowling has been in the news a lot lately, and not for the best reasons:

Finally, we look forward to the release of The Doors of Stone, the third book in Patrick Rothfuss’ Kingkiller Chronicle. What mysteries are left to explored, what twists left to discover?

And also we’d like to know the release date. People who have been waiting a long time to read The Winds of Winter know what we’re talking about.

Next: Exclusive: Luke Arnold tells us about his new fantasy novel, Dead Man in a Ditch

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Outlander Star Reveals He’ll Pop Up in Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish’s Scottish Travel Series Men in Kilts




When Starz’s Men in Kilts eventually makes its debut, Sam Heughan and Graham McTavish won’t be the only former denizens of Castle Leoch to grace the travel series with their presence.

“You may just see me in it,” Outlander alum Duncan Lacroix tells TVLine in an interview tied to the show’s recent Season 5 Blu-ray release from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment. He laughs. “It’s very brief, but yeah, look out for me.”

In June, Starz gave an eight-episode order to Men in Kilts: A Roadtrip With Sam and Graham, which grew from Heughan and McTavish’s initial idea for a podcast that delves into all things Scottish. The series’ official logline calls it “a celebration of Scottish history and culture as Heughan and McTavish take viewers along on their adventures, discovering the rich, complex heritage of their native country, meeting various local artisans and experts, and experiencing genuine moments of awe and fascination as the duo share their travels with the audience rather than simply guiding them.”

Lacroix, of course, shared Outlander scenes with both McTavish (whose character, Dougal MacKenzie, was killed off at the end of Season 2) and Heughan before Lacroix’s character, Murtagh Fitzgibbons Fraser, met his own end at the Battle of Alamance in Season 5. (Here’s what Lacroix had to say about it at the time.)

Men in Kilts will visit several destinations very familiar to Outlander viewers, including Inverness, the town where Claire and Frank celebrated their second honeymoon (and where she inadvertently went through the standing stones, winding up in the past), and the Culloden battlefield, the site of a major battle and Jack “Black Jack” Randall’s death.

Watch the trailer for Men in Kilts below, then hit the comments: Who else would you like to see show up in the upcoming docuseries?

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