Friday's P.M. Hot Clicks: Margot Robbie; Back to the Future prediction
Back to the Future
Back to the Future turns 30 this year and its prediction of a Cubs World Series victory is looking better and better each day. Christopher Lloyd (a.k.a. - Doc Brown) even wants to throw out the first pitch if Chicago makes it to the World Series. Bob Gale, who wrote the movie, stopped by the SI office on Thursday and sat down for a short selfie interview with Tiffany Oshinsky.
Jerry Rice: Stickum Liar?
Jerry Rice sent out an innocent enough tweet ("Mistakes are killing the Falcons") during Thursday night's Atlanta-New Orleans game. He did not expect a barrage of angry responses that culminated with Rice denying that he used Stickum, despite admitting that he did use it in a January interview.
The Ultimate Troller
Hats off to this anonymous Cubs fan living in Arizona, who figured out how to play Go Cubs Go remotely at bars all across St. Louis.
P.M. Lovely Lady of the Day
I wasn't expecting much from Focus but watched the first half of it Thursday night and was thoroughly entertained. I plan to watch the rest over the weekend. Anyhow, Margot Robbie is pretty perfect, as the gallery above demonstrates (as well as this full-size version).
If NBA Stars Were Zombies
13 Best Animal Photo Bombs
Karate Kid Weighs In
Tom Brady Courtroom Sketch Cookies
Odds & Ends
The new Star Wars trailer may debut during Monday Night Football ... Nice of Lions coach Jim Caldwell to throw his team under the bus ... Britney Spears purchased a $7 million house with a three-hole golf course ... CNN has no idea who Lamar Odom is ... A Cubs fan brought her dad's ashes (in a pill bottle) to Game 4 of the NLDS ... The first goals of NHL stars ... J.J. Watt dressed up as Batman to surprise kids ... The Magic Johnson statue was vandalized ... T.J. Oshie knows how to handle a puck ... The Steelers don't want you using their logo for weed ... SI.com's most popular stories of the week ... This never happens when I shop at Target ... Jimmy Kimmel and Justin Theroux had a great spoof of the mac and cheese kid ...
America's Ugliest Golf Swing
If Dirk Nowitzki's disastrous swing didn't motivate you, nothing will. Our friends at Golf.com want to find the country's worst golf swing and are looking for submissions. Hopefully you can beat this disaster.
Take It Off!
A fan strips down to her bra during a European hockey game. (H/T Sportsgrid)
Kyle Schwarber: Choir Boy
Before he was a Chicago hero, Kyle Schwarber was just a Middletown, Ohio, high school student performing (he's on far right) with the choir.
A very happy birthday to actor George Wendt, who played Norm on Cheers.
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