If you are not familiar, Billy Eichner is an up and coming comedian with a show on Fuse called Billy On The Street. It is an ambush style game show where Billy, loudly, asks the unsuspecting contestants questions for prizes that are typically miniscule.
During the country's biggest sporting even, there isn't much time for bathroom breaks and beer runs. And thanks to Facebook, DVR is out of the question. So most men choose to tough it out until halftime.
It's new and premiered last night during that football game that the Giants won. Although I am woefully behind on watching the individual superhero movies (I haven't even seen the Iron Man movies), I am looking forward to this flick.
These ladies confirm what a lot of us (especially Colts fans) have thought for years...that Tom Brady is an a**hole! They provide even more reasons than that why they would rather be with Eli than Tom.
I guess you are going to have to watch on Sunday for the game itself instead of those clever commercials. I'm not sure why but ad agencies are hellbent on giving away the surprise for free on the internet, as evidenced by (most recently) the Ferris Bueller ad that I posted about right here. This one…
On hiatus since Nicole Scherzinger left the group to pursue a solo career, the Pussycat Dolls haven’t released a new album since 2008, but a revamped version of the pop girl group will makes its debut during a GoDaddy Super Bowl commercial.
Jonathan Daniel/Andy Lyons/Rick Stewart, Getty Images The Super Bowl is the largest spectacle in American sports. Football players who succeed on its grand stage are forever remembered. Here are the 20 most memorable plays in the history of the Super Bowl:
Men watch the Super Bowl because it’s the Super Bowl. Most women watch the Super Bowl because everyone else is watching the Super Bowl and is food, funny commercials and themed plates and cups involved with the big game. There will be just as many women watching the Super Bowl this year as men.…