In a slyly sexy nod to cheesy '80s videos, the hit CBS sitcom '2 Broke Girls' presented a commercial titled the '2 Broke Girls Spectacular' during the 2013 Super Bowl on Sunday night (Feb. 3), featuring the Def Leppard hit 'Pour Some Sugar on Me.'
We're used to advertisers going all out in their Super Bowl ads, and this year's Mercedes spot doesn't disappoint, offering up cameos from Willem Dafoe, Kate Upton, and Usher, all set to the soundtrack of the Rolling Stones' 'Sympathy for the Devil.'
There are bandwagon fans. It happens. You deal with it. Sometimes those 'fans' get to speak for the entire fandom. Here is a good example from today's New York Giants victory parade.
Who is she excited to see? Sanchez. New York Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez...
There were a few commercials during this year's Super Bowl that provided a sexy break from a high quality game. (Thank you, Adriana.) However, if PETA got their way, the big game would have probably featured a lot more alluring women strutting what the good lord done give 'em.
(Jo Pincusion likes commercials. She also likes to comment on commercials. She recorded her thoughts on one of the biggest -- star power wise -- commercials from the 2012 Super Bowl. Here are her unfiltered thoughts.)
(While millions of men watched the 2012 Super Bowl, many women did not. Smethanie tells us what those women did instead.) Super Bowl Sunday – there was excitement in the air, mixed with the smell of wings and spilled beer. It didn't matter if your team played – you’re men and you sat in packs in front of television sets across the world -- grunting, yelling, cheering, fist-bumping, farting (yes,
You know what every Super Bowl commercial needs for us to pay attention? More women in bikinis. Thankfully, Toyota's Super Bowl 2012 commercial delivers and THEN SOME.
Standing ovation. Bravo. What kind of car were they selling? No clue...
With the Super Bowl coming up, we wanted to see if we could get a sneak preview of the winner, but how? Do research on each of the players? Call Miss Cleo? We'll do research the best way we know how -- by pitting the Giants and Patriots against each other on Tecmo Super Bowl on the original Nintendo Entertainment System.