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Jimmy Fallon introduced a new game to his Tonight Show audience last night.

Following the funniest edition of Word Sneak ever (with Ricky Gervais), the host welcomed Tom Cruise on Wednesday in promotion of the actor's latest summer blockbuster, The Edge of Tomorrow.

But the two stars lived on the edge of danger in the following statement, tossing footballs through glass windows with their faces on it in a game Fallon has dubbed Face Breakers.

Watch now to see who came out on top:

We're not sure about this one.

Wouldn't it have been more fun to see Cruise nip-sync with Fallon?

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Season 2 of Orange is the New Black doesn't premiere until Friday, but early reviews for the Netlflix original series are already in, and according to critics the second go-round will definitely leave you demanding a longer sentence.

Check out some raves for the beloved female prison dramedy below:

"This round is just as addicting as the first, the ensemble rising to the occasion of topping their first outing." - Joanne Ostrow

"The producers find a way to bring in a new crop of fresh characters without losing the old zany favorites." - David Hinckley

"The series grapples with familial and societal forces in the service of an ensemble that counts among television's most engaging." - Matt Brennan

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The One Who Knocks is also The One Who Gets Buzzed About A Lot on Twitter.

Nielson has released a rundown of the 10 most Tweeted shows in 2013-2014, ranking programs by the number of times they were mentioned on that social media network between September 1, 2013 and May 25, 2014.

What does the list prove?

Ready to countdown the Top 10? Let's do this...

Dancing with the Stars
Did you see the latest Tango? How about that Rumba?!? Even through 18 seasons, Dancing with the Stars remains a must-Tweet event.

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If you haven't heard, Game of Thrones is a pretty popular show on HBO.

But while the series has no problems in the ratings department, the pacing of its plot could cause some issues down the line:

You see, the soon-to-be concluding fourth season of GoT is based on the second half of the novel, A Storm of Swords, which is the third book in George R.R. Martin's best-selling A Song of Ice and Fire series.

Naturally, due to its incredible worldwide popularity, Game of Thrones has already been renewed for seasons 5 and 6, which will air over the course of the next two years, during which time Martin will hopefully publish the sixth book in the ASOIAF set.

The problem is, we already know Martin has yet to start writing the seventh book in the series, and now comes news that will likely give GoT fans a headache to put Oberyn Martell's to shame:

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Ready to meet more folks such as Karrueche TranEvelyn Lozada and Rachel Uchitel?

Andy Cohen, host of Watch What Happens Live on Bravo, is set to host a series titled I Slept with a Celebrity.

It will air weekly and feature a pair of fame-starving guests sharing their sexual exploits with the rich and famous, from where they went... to what they wore... to possibly what positions were used while being boinked!

Yay for Andy Cohen!

The project is being shopped to broadcast and cable networks at the moment.

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Ansel Elgort is about to be a major star in Hollywood.

Heck, The Fault in Our Stars is already a hit... and it hasn't even been released yet.

Before you go drool over the actor in his role of Gus, however, take a moment to fall in love with the star based on the following clip.

It features Elgort on The Tonight Show, tap dancing up a storm and charming the pants off every female viewer, along with a few males, we bet.

Watch the rising A-lister in action now:

Ricky Gervais also took Jimmy Fallon on in a memorable game of Word Sneak last night.

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We figured it couldn't get any funnier than Bryan Cranston playing Word Sneak and having no clue of the meaning behind "Badonkadonk."

But we figured wrong.

Ricky Gervais stopped by The Tonight Show last night and was tasked with slipping words into his conversation with the host that included "gerbil," "Shaquille O'Neal" and "squeegee."

How did this lead to Gervais asking Fallon whether or not he has a nickname for his penis? And the two men simply falling apart with laughter?

Watch now to find out:

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Dascha Polanco is one of the many stars of Orange is the New Black who look very different in real life, a fact she proved again while talking with reporters at a recent GLAAD event.

Naturally, most of the questions fired at Dascha had to do with what's in store for the second season of OITNB. 

As expected, she remained tight-lipped and pretended to whisper important plot details into a journalist's ear.

She did divulge (possibly jokingly) one tidbit about season 2 which may seem a bit surprising given that the show takes place almost entirely behind prison walls.

"Lots of sex," Dascha whispers coyly at one point. Generally, prisons rank up there with funeral homes as one of the least sexy places on earth, but the first season already showed us that sometimes love can bloom in the cafeteria line.

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Spoiler alert: If you haven't watched Game of Thrones season 4, episode 8, you may not want to read any further.

In fact, if you missed it last night, go watch Game of Thrones online at TV Fanatic right now, because the last ten minutes of "The Mountain and The Viper" offered up one of the most epically brutal scenes the show has given us thus far.

Pedro Pascal and Hafpor Julius Bjornsson

Okay, so now we've established that you either saw the episode or you hate surprises, and we're free to talk about the incredibly intense fight between Oberyn Martell and Gregor Clegane, as well as the actors' enlightening/hilarious reactions to the hard-to-watch scene.

In response to the brutal battle, Pedro Pascal - who played Oberyn - tweeted simply, "Ouch," followed by, "I s--t you not, I can't get rid of this headache."

Pascal and Hafpor Julius Bjornsson, the world's second strongest man who portrays Gregor "The Mountain" Clegane on the HBO series gave an interview to The Hollywood Reporter in which they discussed the difficulty of shooting such a carefully choreographed and emotionally charged scene:

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The television world is dealing with an unexpected loss today.

Following a fall in her bathroom in San Antonio Sunday morning, Ann B. Davis died of a subdural hematoma, never regaining consciousness after the tragic stumble.

In the wake of this sad news, many have taken to Twitter in order to mourn the Emmy-winning actress behind Alice on The Brady Bunch...

Christina Applegate: Ann B Davis. How many mornings I have spent with you. " oh Alice". RIP.

Andy Cohen: happy to hear that Ann B. Davis was still alive! then sad to hear she died.  double edge sword there. #RIP #SamTheButcher #Alice #Tiger.

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