The 2012 USA Olympics Swimming Team Unwinds With Call Me Maybe

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The USA Olympics swimming team let loose as they traveled to London for the Big Games. The Olympics kick off today, and we've got continuing coverage over at Roflympics!

Scumbag NBC

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Scumbag NBC
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Hey guys, don't forget NBC's delay in streaming the Olympics opening ceremony!

The Olympic 2012 Opening Ceremony Playlist

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The 2012 Olympics kicked off in London, and they couldn't have crammed more snippets of U.K. hits into their musical montage if they had tried.

Wondering which alt-rock riff they crammed between Blur and Muse, or which bygone hit of 1967 they played between Mud and David Bowie? Have no fear! YouTube user tisyupaperpoet helpfully compiled a playlist of the songs played during the opening ceremony.

Listen to the songs in full in this four-part playlist: Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

And check out our ongoing coverage at Roflympics!

Comedy Central HATES the Muse Olympics Theme Song

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Comedy Central HATES the Muse Olympics Theme Song
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This message flashed across the screen for the briefest of instants before Comedy Central's Olympics-themed promo ad in the U.K. Apparently some Brits aren't fond of Muse's theme song for the Olympics.

The Best Part of the Opening Olympic Ceremonies

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The Best Part of the Opening Olympic Ceremonies View Fullscreen
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The Queen jumping out of a helicopter was pretty cool, but it's hard to beat Rowan Atkinson demonstrating how hellishly boring it is to be stuck playing the synths during the Chariots of Fire theme.

We've got more Olympic coverage (yes, even of the part where ridiculously fit people compete for shiny necklaces) over at Roflympics!

People Who Thought Ed Sheeran's Pink Floyd Cover Was an Actual Song

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People Who Thought Ed Sheeran's Pink Floyd Cover Was an Actual Song
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Of the star-studded performances at last night's Olympics closing ceremony, one of the most understated was Ed Sheeran's cover of "Wish You Were Here," by Pink Floyd. Unfortunately, the song selection might have been too obscure for some: more than a few of Ed Sheeran's fans thought he was playing a new song, and freaked out accordingly. Oh well, not everyone's dads can teach them about the '70s.