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-- Some grainy video of JT doing Suit & Tie at Mark Cuban's Super Bowl party. --
-- Of course there needs to be a great deal of hilarity and levity amongst the Super Bowl commercials, but last year and this year, the most buzzworthy spots are the ones that crawled along yet made powerful impacts.
Last year, Clint Eastwood. This year Paul Harvey (and Oprah).
So why'd the historically humorous seem to vanish from the Super Bowl's commercials?
-- A pithy little verbal recap of the night's ads. My fave? The left side of the Go Daddy commercial. JUST the left side. Why did Bar do that? I think I'm reevaluating her sophistication for that stunt. Here's the uncensored version, with A LOT more tongue.
-- Psalm 91. --
-- Before it comes down, the most memorable moment of SB 47 for me was Jacoby Jones 109 108 yard touchdown return. --
-- Would we party as hard if today was a national day off? I'm not sure. I think there's some addictive adrenaline to being a rebellious partier, then groggily heading into work the Monday after the Super Bowl.
-- OF COURSE a guy from the general Philly area said f%$k on TV. I can getaway with that because I'm from there, and I know the language. I'm only surprised there wasn't a youzzzzz, wooder/wudder, or a mention of a Wawa shorty hoagie. Google it...
-- I've got no qualm with Flacco's f%$k, but, you guessed it, the PTC does. Not surprising. Forget about the profanity, why is network TV so lazy and careless?
-- No link here, but as long as there are numbers (and they are infinite as far as I know) there will continue to be Fast and Furious movies.
-- Not my original thought, but I'll run with the idea...at least Bane didn't show up in the Superdome last night and do this.
-- Further details about Michael Bay's next trio of Transformers movies. "No, that’s wrong. We keep the Transformers the way they were, it’s just four years later. There’s a reason the Transformers are redesigned. We’re trying to broaden the franchise and give it more places to go."
Of course there's a redesign, new toys need to be created for purchase. I enjoy the movies, but I get it...like 25+ years ago, they are 2 hour toy commercials.
-- More potential movies for Marvel's Phase 3. According to El Mayimbe, the plan for the Hulk is as follows: at the end of "The Avengers 2," the Jade Giant will be banished from Earth because he's too much of a threat. That leads to his own solo film in Phase Three, none other than "Planet Hulk," based on the mega-popular Greg Pak-written run. After that, Hulk will return to Earth in "Avengers 3," in a storyline that would mimic the "World War Hulk" comics.
Again, that's like 4, 5, 6 years from now...so much can be changed and scrapped depending on the success of ideas before these. Ant Man could be a gigantic (that was pun-ish) flop. Hell, the genre could die out before these movies need to be green lit.
-- We only got recorded Jay Z during halftime, but he WAS there. --
-- The power going out in a GIF. --
-- And a quality GIF roundup of last night. --