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John Oliver successfully trolls Yankees with the help of some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles


No one had a better time at the Yankees' Opening Day game than Joe Spillo and John Welch, who got to dress up like Michelangelo and Donatello and sit directly behind home plate, all for a measly 0.25 per ticket. John Oliver sells premium Yankees seats to fans dressed as Ninja Turtles Dress up like the Ninja Turtles, win 25-cent @Yankees tickets How did they pull all this off? On Sunday's episode, Oliver called out the Yankees' elitist seating setup, which has ceased allowing fans to print tickets at home.

'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows' has absolutely zero chill


Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows is an insane fever dream of explosions, talking turtles and WTF plotlines. And if it wasn't rated PG-13, kids would totally love it. For the lax parents out there, most of the movie is probably fine for older children who can handle heavy action -- but only if you want to hear them repeat phrases like "son of a bitch" that are casually thrown around. Plus, Megan Fox is outfitted in a scandalous schoolgirl costume halfway through her first scene. You know, for sleuth work.

The 'Ninja Turtles' all wore red masks in the original comic


Whatever thoughts or expectations you had for the 2014 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film, we are sure you were nostalgic about at least one previous incarnation of the Ninja Turtles franchise. Whether you were into the original comics, the '80s cartoon, the trading cards, or the live-action movies, we bet you don't know all seven of these obscure facts about Leonardo, Donatello, Rafael, Michelangelo and the entertainment empire they spawned.

Cowabunga! Ninja Turtles are official NYC ambassadors

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The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are New York City's official family ambassadors for 2016. The city's tourism agency, NYC & Company, has announced that the sewer-dwelling reptiles will star in ads to encourage families to explore New York. Agency CEO Fred Dixon says the turtles are "the perfect guides to help families discover the vibrancy and excitement throughout the five boroughs." The crime-fighting ninja turtles -- Donatello, Michelangelo, Leonardo and Raphael -- started out in comic books in the 1980s before branching out to TV and film. The latest movie came out in 2014 and a sequel is set for release in June.

Even the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have bad days


Everyone has bad days, right? In this episode of CineFix's Bad Days, we imagine what a bad day would look like for Leonardo, Donatello, Michelangelo and Raphael. The Turtles are on set shooting a movie, but the director has a couple of other ideas in mind.