Samuel L. Jackson is the coolest, motherf$#%er actor on the planet! You better believe it!

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Need another example of why Samuel L. Jackson is totally and completely The Man?

Was the actor's Boy Meets World poem somehow not sufficient?

Or the way in which Jackson blasted a reporter for thinking he was Laurence Fishburne?

Okay, then consider this: The star appeared on The Graham Norton Show over the weekend and was asked if he remembers his iconic speech from Pulp Fiction on Ezekiel 25:17.

Of course, Jackson replied. He proceeded to belt it out, word for word, cadence for cadence... like only Samuel L. Jackson can.

Watch him to so now and then go watch Pulp Fiction online via Movie Fanatic to be reminded of this awesome movie.

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If this is not the greatest thing in the history of the Internet, we don't know what could be.

(Okay, it's probably these 21 photos of babies and their pets. But still.)

On The Tonight Show yesterday, Jimmy Fallon introduced Samuel L. Jackson and a beat poem based on the classic 1990s sitcom Boy Meets World.

For those who have been yearning to hear this baritoned star go on about Topanga, Shawn Hunter's leather jacket and other items related to this Disney Channel smash... this is your chance!

A video of Jackson also went viral in February when he blasted a reporter who mixed him up with Laurence Fishburne.

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It was one of our favorite clips in months:

During a live interview with Samuel L. Jackson yesterday, KTLA anchor Sam Rubin confused the actor with Laurence Fishburne.

Jackson went on to utterly destroy the reporter for thinking all black stars are the same, mixing anger with humor making for a rather awkward entertaining few minutes.

Not long after the Q&A painfully finished, Rubin apologized for his error... though he at first tried to claim it wasn't even an error and later took a swipe at others in his business.

Watch Rubin make one of the most defensive apologies on record now:

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Stop whatever you are doing and watch the following video.

It is equally parts uncomfortable and uproarious.

Sitting via satellite for an interview with KTLA this morning, Samuel L. Jackson was asked by anchor Sam Rubin about reaction to his Super Bowl commercial, initially acting confused over the question before realizing the mistake Rubin made.

I'm not Laurence Fishburne, Jackson then bellowed, refusing to let the reporter off the hook for a solid 90 seconds.

Watch Jackson GO OFF on Rubin now, explaining how all African-American actors are not the same and how he's not Morgan Freeman, either...

Where does this rank among all-time hilariously awesome/awkward moments in news history?

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Attention, muthaphukkas: Samuel L. Jackson has a fun contest for you.

The actor is offering fans a chance to have their words read aloud by one of the world's best known voices.

Just write up to 300 words on Jackson's Reddit post and the comment that is upvoted the most times will be read in monologue form by the man who really hates having snakes on his plane.

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The contest runs through today and supports the non-profit Alzheimer's Society.

Readers can donate $3 for a chance to win lunch with the star and/or $200 for an autographed hat.

We hear Morgan Freeman was going to offer his amazing pipes for a similar fundraiser... but the Oscar winner fell asleep.

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If you thought Samuel L. Jackson urging a white reporter to say the N-Word was humorous... you may wanna watch this video.

During an interview with London’s 95.8 Capital FM station this week, the actor took a few moments to cover "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" by Taylor Swift.

Really, what else do you need to know? Listen now to Jackson's somewhat dirtier version now:

Not bad, huh?

Now visit our friends at Movie Fanatic to browse through Jackson's controversial Django Unchained quotes!

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You've gotta love Samuel L. Jackson.

The veteran actor sat down this week for an interview with Jake Hamilton of "Jake's Takes," only to make the situation quite awkward for the Caucasian reporter when the subject turned to the use of the N-Word in Django Unchained.

No? None? Which N-Word, Jackson asked? He then refused to answer any question related to this topic unless Hamilton said the full word.

Could the journalist do it? Watch and find out?

Jackson, meanwhile, has already said that Django Unchained is entertainment and folks such as Spike Lee should relax over its depiction of history.

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Samuel L. Jackson wants America to wake the f--k up and re-elect President Barack Obama.

In a new viral ad, he conveys this dream as only he can ... with massive amounts of profanity.

Wake the F--k Up is a Dr. Seuss-style rhyme, written by Adam Mansbach, author of the children's book Go the F--k to Sleep (which Jackson also read aloud at one point).

Wake the F--k Up features Jackson and a little girl urging the rest of her family to vote for Obama. Same excerpts from the ad, produced by a liberal super PAC supporting Obama:

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Samuel L. Jackson is making news for some candid remarks about President Barack Obama and why he supported him in 2008. What did the actor say exactly?

That he pulled the lever for Obama because of his race.

In an interview with Ebony, Jackson said, "I voted for Barack because he's black. 'Cuz that's why other folks vote for other people, because they look like them ... That's American politics, pure and simple. [Obama's] message didn't mean [bleep] to me."

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Jackson then went on to drop the n-word many times discussing Obama, telling the magazine, "When it comes down to it, they wouldn't have elected a [bleep]."

"Because ... what's a [bleep]? A [bleep] is scary. Obama ain't scary at all. [Bleeps] don't have beers at the White House. [Bleeps] don't let some white dude, while you in the middle of a speech, call [him] a liar," he said, referring to Joe Wilson's famous outburst.

"A [bleep] would've stopped right there and said, ‘Who the f--k said that?' I hope Obama gets scary in the next four years, 'cuz he ain't gotta worry about getting re-elected."

There you go. The only thing missing is a Snakes on a Plane reference.

Provocative word choice aside, Jackson's point appears to be that some people vote based on race, and that Obama won because while he is black, he does not fit negative African-American stereotypes. For more on the subject, see Rock, Chris.

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