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Fit Fix: Watch Peyton Manning Lose a Hilarious Game of 'Egg Russian Roulette' to Magic Johnson

Today in wasted protein, and everything else you need to know.

Egg Roulette: Peyton Manning and Magic Johnson cracked each other up—ouch, that was a bad pun, sorry you guys—in a post-Super Bowl victory lap on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. One thing's for sure: Between Magic and Peyton, you can't miss those foreheads.


Eli's Sad Face, Explained: In his visit to the Jimmy Fallon's hideout, Peyton Manning also offered a little insight into Eli's now-infamous stone face, which was caught on camera after the Broncos scored their game-icing touchdown. (For the record, Eli insisted that he was trying to figure out whether the Broncos had to go for 2.)


#GravitysJustAHabit: OK GO, those antic masters of audio-visual wonderment (and, you know, music) just dropped their latest mind-bending music video, this one for "Upside Down & Inside Out." "You could kind of claim that it's an illusion, because it looks like we're not hurdling towards the earth, when in fact we are," the band wrote in the comments of the post.


Hello, Dear Ones. Please enjoy our new video for "Upside Down & Inside Out". A million thanks to S7 Airlines. #GravitysJustAHabit

Posted by OK Go on Thursday, February 11, 2016


This Is a Real News Headline From Today: "Ted Cruz Pulls Rubio Attack Ad Featuring Ex-Softcore Porn Actress Amy Lindsay." Thanks, NBC News!

A UFC Champion Dies: Kevin Randleman, a former UFC champion and two-time NCAA wrestling champion at Ohio State, died Thursday of heart failure after being admitted to a San Diego hospital, FOX Sports reported. He was 44. [FOX Sports]


Khaleesi Is Back: HBO dropped six images Thursday from the upcoming season of Game of Thrones, the fantasy juggernaut that has now outpaced its source material—author George R.R. Martin is still writing the sixth book in the series—and is set to hit screens on April 24.
[Wall Street Journal]


And Finally: Watch the lead singer of Weezer throw some serious battle ropes, courtesy of the New York Times Magazine.

Rivers Cuomo, the lead singer of Weezer, throws battle ropes around.

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