Is super-stunner Kate Upton the newest market barometer?
Is Mark Zuckerberg up for an Olympic purchase?
And could Alec Baldwin ever be "not famous anymore?"
These are the questions that keep us up at night (not!).
Market highs and celebrity low blows, it's time for the latest edition of "Something Completely Different" with CNBC's Jane Wells.
She reports the news the way we like it—full of sarcasm and fun—this time with her colleague, Tyler Mathisen.
—By CNBC's Gloria McDonough-Taub
Peyton Manning and the one that got away …
Is Chris Christie up for this job ...
And if Warren Buffett was an Olympian ...
It's time for "Something Completely Different" with CNBC's Jane Wells and Sheila Dharmarajan—news the way we like it—all sarcasm all the time.
(Read more: Who'd you rather? The Federal Reserve edition)
—By CNBC's Gloria McDonough-Taub.
Yellen is gellin' ...
Tim Tebow gets career advice ...
And Kanye West goes into a bar with ...
It's time for something completely different with CNBC's Jane Wells and Dominic Chu—news the way you like it—all sarcasm all the time.
(Read more: Kim Kardashian: The BUTY call heard round the world)
BUTY call! Miley in 10 years, and The Shawshank just got redemption. It's time for "Something Completely Different."
In this episode, CNBC's Jane Wells catches up with Guy Adami, managing director of stockMONSTER.com and one of the Fast Money Five on CNBC's "Fast Money," to get his take on fun stuff like Kim Kardashian as a stock ticker, Miley 10 years from now and tickers that make you snicker.
We're going off script to bring you the "news" the way you like it: All sarcasm, all the time.
(Read more: Josh Brown on twerking, Prancercise and drones)
Drones! Twerking! Robots and anchormen ... It's time for "Something Completely Different!"
In this episode, CNBC's Jane Wells catches up with Joshua ( Josh to his friends) Brown, CEO and co-founder of Ritholtz Wealth Management and the man behind the popular blog, The Reformed Broker to get his take on the most talked about stories they won't let them talk about on air.
(Read more: High-tech robots and other cool tricks)
It's news the way you like it: All sarcasm all the time.
Holiday traditions—everyone has one (or two). We're getting into the spirit here around the studios, by roaming the halls around to hear what makes the holidays so special for our anchors and reporters.
Uh, we're actually a little taken aback!
Sure there are the traditional cookies, the fun gingerbread houses, the imbibing.
But then there's the bourbon balls and that family talent show, complete with back flips.
America—and—CNBC's got talent and a little attitude.
It's Unscripted: The holiday edition.
(Read more: Unscripted: My favorite book)
—By CNBC's Gloria McDonough-Taub.
Any mother of young kids knows how tough it is to keep up with them. C'mon, you know it's true, it can be absolutely exhausting.
Amanda Drury, CNBC's co-host of "Streeet Signs," had to scoot after her two rambunctious little boys, until she realized the best way to keep up with them, was to join them. They loved to ride around the city on their scooters, so she bought one of her own.
Now, she's a bit of a scooter-pro.
Millions of us fantasize about what we would do if we won the lottery. With the newest Powerball jackpot worth more than $400 million, millions of Americans are dreaming of how that money could change their lives.
But guess what; even if you beat the odds (and good luck, you've got like 1 in 175 million chances of winning) you wouldn't be a member of the world's most exclusive club: that of the mega, mega rich.