Today at Gawker.TV, Jason Bateman and Will Arnett experiment with product placement, R. Kelly opens the World Cup, John Stewart has another BP tirade, Bethenny Frankel acts like a hypocrite, and Stephen Colbert inspects Michael Jordan's new facial hair.
Is Will Arnett and Jason Bateman's dumbdumb.com a New Alternative to Commercials?
Some of you are old enough to remember when a commercial was a commercial. When somebody on the television just looked at you dead on and said "This product is worth buying." The game has changed.
Jon Stewart Gives Us Yet More Reasons to Hate BP
The Daily Show last night took no time running down the list of even more transgressions brought to us from British Petroleum. Prepare for seething anger.
Bethenny Frankel Is the Pot Calling the Kettle Tarnished on Watch What Happens: Live
If Bravo has taught us anything, it's that all Real Housewives are fame-hungry monsters. Bethenny Frankel is almost able to simulate integrity about her archenemy Jill Zarin until she is struck by a crippling lack of self-awareness.
The Colbert Report Examines Michael Jordan's Hitler Mustache
Last night, Stephen questioned Michael Jordan's attempt to revive the diminutive 'stache in a Hanes commercial. This and some soccer debate that might put Stephen to sleep inside.
R. Kelly Opens the World Cup with His "Sign of a Victory"
This morning in Johannesburg, R. Kelly performed "Sign of a Victory" to open the 2010 World Cup. The number includes Kelly dropping to his knees, lyrics about global warming, and—of course—autotune. In other words, it's pure gold.