Daniel Tosh, Manny Pacquiao
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Daniel Tosh was up to his old tricks on last night's Tosh.0, taking a punch to the face from Manny Pacquiao. Tosh also announced that Brian Collins (aka, the "Boom Goes the Dynamite" guy) will be on next week's show.
Worry About On-The-Field MattersThe Pirates are not happy with a local bar that runs promotions after Pittsburgh losses.
Photo Gallery Of The Day
Shantel VanSanten :: Steve Granitz/Getty ImagesSteve, of Pa., says, "Hey, Jimmy, I'm a loyal Hot Clicks reader and I've even had a link used on here. I have a suggestion for LLOD. It's a bit far fetched, but I'm in LOVE with this girl. Her name is Shantel VanSanTen. She was featured in the movie The Final Destination, but as far as sports relation goes, she plays Quinn James on One Tree Hill, which revolves around a player, Nathan Scott, who plays for the Charlotte Bobcats. Her love interest is Nathan's agent, Clay. Yeah it's a reach, but she's beautiful. If there's any chance she ever reads this I'd love to take her out on a date!" Fine, I'll play matchmaker and make her today's LLOD.
Another Missed High FivesWill, of Beloit, Wis., says, "Here's a missed high five or something like that from Matt Hasselbeck's first pro touchdown pass. Watch, as the receivers celebrate with a group hug in the end zone. Hasselbeck then dives on top only for the hug to shift to the left (at the 1:38 mark). The quarterback winds up going face first into the ground. He pumps his fist as he lays on his back, then touches his helmet in embarrassment. The receivers fully ignore the then-backup QB and go back to hugging."
Eating Video Of The DayIn early April, Hot Clicks linked to video of Red Sox on-field reporter for NESN Heidi Watney struggling to eat chicken and waffles during a game. She recently visited the MLB Fan Cave in New York City to redeem herself.
Song Of The DayMartin Short reworked Elton John's Candle in the Wind into Bastard in the Sand, a farewell tune for Osama Bin Laden, on last night's Late Show with David Letterman.
Runway Video Of The DayThis model has some trouble (make that, a lot of trouble) walking.