Pack! I am enjoying the Black Eye Peas much more than some of the show lately. It was awesome.
"The secret to creativity is knowing how to hide your sources."-- Albert Einstein.
Twilight's last "reaming"?
what I liked about lea michele is that they didn't show her constipated face. Don't know if that's because we didn't have a lot of shots of her while she was singing or not. That did make it easier to watch/listen to
They played skating music in the Coke ad and it's driving me crazy I couldn't identify it.
I'm torn between wanting Pittsburgh to win and Ben to lose.
Black Eyed Peas were a hot mess. At least they sang live (altho Will.i.am. was auto-tuned to the gills). Bless Fergie for making the sound mixer in charge of her mic work. She can belt out her lower register like nobody's business but her upper register is barely a whisper. I did like her version of Sweet Child O' Mine
Usher didn't even bother pretending to sing through his song
Commercials have been...ok. I did like the CarMax one with the old fashioned full-service gas station and the guy thinking he's being car-jacked.
WHEEE Alissa Czisny in the detroit commercial!
Watching the Chrysler 200 commercial about Detroit I thought that at least Detroit has some beautiful figure skating. And then Alissa pops up on my screen.
Maybe I'm not so crazy!
I missed it at first but rewound my DVR - wheee!
Just watched the Xtina performance - good god, child looks wrecked. She looks like a bad Cyndi Lauper drag queen, with a mop on her head At least she covered the lyric goof well, but....damn. That was bad.
Watching the Superbowl here. My husband is frustrated trying to explain the game to me. I will never understand the point of football.
We're watching for the commercials (kinda lame so far) and having an orgy of junk food--all the stuff that is normally "forbidden". We just found out our cat likes Doritos (he got into the bowl when we weren't looking). Maybe he's under the influence of the commericals?
The Alissa/Detroit commercial for anyone who missed it
ETA: Ross Miner weighs in on twitter:
"The Devil is joining in, and that's never a good sign." Phil Liggett