Tweet OK this commerical is funnier than NBC’s Perfect Couples and Outsourced. Hell its got more intelligence than Two & Half Men. Obviously, America’s best comedy writers are working for Trojan.
Tweet The blogosphere lit up this week after complaints from students who took the SAT exam last weekend were distraught and confused thanks to an essay question about– reality TV. Some of the students felt that the question wasn’t fair since they weren’t familiar with reality TV or watched very little TV to being with. [...]
Tweet I know that I’ve ragged on Snooki a lot in the year and a half since she burst into America’s pop culture consciousness. But now she’s done something that I appreciate and want to thank her for. Just this week, Snooki proved her mettle by jumping into the ring on WWE Monday Night Raw. [...]
Stalkers (or the lovelorn depending on your point of view) have it so easy now. Back in my day, if you were so inclined, you had to have a stakeout or at least drive by the person’s house a few times. Now thanks to Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr stalking requires less effort than making toast. Thanks to smartphones and social networking, people with crushes don’t even have to get out of bed to keep tabs on their “precious”.
Tweet With the next season of Mad Men in limbo, John Slattery has become the hardest working man in show business. Last summer he was Howard Stark in Iron Man 2. This past weekend I saw him running around Manhattan in his Mad Men wardrobe chasing Matt Damon and Emily Blunt in The Adjustment Bureau. [...]
I didn’t think it was possible to make anything more ridiculous than a Snuggie or a Slanket. But hey some one came up with an adult onesie– “for great escapes, when duty calls.” Who the hell would leave the house in one of these things? Let alone go to a tailgate party and then into a stadium full of normally dressed human beings.
Tweet Silver screen icon, Jane Russell, died at age 89 of respiratory illness at her home in Santa Maria, California. The entertainer was best known for being the “figure” that launched film producer Howard Hughes’ five year battle with Hollywood censors over the 1940′s western, The Outlaw. In a marketing move that seems rather quaint [...]