There are no words. Just the feeling of a pileface chill running through my body. Spencer's shirt: “Vote Palin For VP: God, Guns, Glory." Heidi's: “Read My Lipstick: Vote McCain-Palin.” Who needs campaign funding when you have these two? I don't care whose side you're on, I think we can all agree it's just smart campaign strategy. TAKE A RIDE ON THE TWATWAFFLE EXPRESS, AFTER THE JUMP! (via Gossip Girls)
(ED NOTE: When she’s not busy fetching us the coffee and trucker pills necessary to keep you people entertained, our own Intern Emmy is hard at work on the world’s first Pop Culture Cookbook, which I guess is a catalog for recipes that you can’t eat, but are still great for entertaining. Anyway, she’ll be dropping in from time to time to share them with us.)Ingredients 1 gallon MILF 1 gallon DILF 1 weekend that will change their lives forever You Will Also Need: 1 soaring rock ballad. SOARING. 1 mid-life crisis 1 cup escapism Tissues Cooking Directions 1. Suspend disbelief and combine ingredients 2. Simmer over well-kindled romantic flame 3. Try not to think about your parents doing it 4. Demand refund (photo via Getty)
The perenially ratings challenged yet highly adored Friday Night Lights has been on life support ever since the WGA Strike shut production down on the show's second season. First, Peacock Emperor Ben Silverman gave the show the Diss Of Death ("Unfortunately, no one watches it. That's the thing with shows. People have to watch them.") in an interview with Radar. Then, the good people over at Bestweekever.tv launched a spirited internet campaign in an attempt to save the show, only to be shut down days later by the shortsighted suits at Viacom. But just when it appeared that the guillotine was ready to fall, Nikki Finke is reporting that the show is set to be picked up for a third season, thanks to a unique partnership formed between NBC and DirectTV.
Less than two weeks ago, the staff of Bestweekever.tv put together a spirited and inventive internet campaign whose mission was to convince NBC not to cancel Friday Night Lights. By all accounts, it seemed to be working well; not only did it receive a healthy amount of press coverage, BWE.tv was able to convince over 10,000 people to sign an online petition to save the show. However, over the weekend, all mention of the campaign mysteriously disappeared from the site's homepage. So we decided to do some digging.