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We’re here in the final stretch of the “Saturday Night Live” season, with just three consecutive episodes separating us and wild speculation about the fortieth season of the program. I have a few thoughts on what to look for over these three weeks, but the promos this week suggest “SNL” might have an extremely fun and game host in Garfield. He has cameo’d in the past when real-life girlfriend Emma Stone has hosted (look for her to return the favor tonight), but this is his first chance to show the comedic touches he brings to Peter Parker in a sketch-comedy setting. Along for the ride is musical guest Coldplay, who ironically last appeared on “SNL” when Stone hosted. Maybe Spider-Man will fight them as two-thirds of The Sinister Six. Not an Extremely sinister six, I’d grant you. But hey, what do I know? As always, I’ll be liveblogging, »
- Ryan McGee
Super Bowl Sunday is never just about the football! After the plays and performances, all anyone can talk about are the best (and worst) commercials of the night.
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Here's a few of our favorite, star-studded commercial spots made for Super Bowl Xlviii:
1. Newcastle Brown Ale- Is Anna Kendrick "beer commercial" hot?
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2. Beats Music- Ellen DeGeneres is a dancing Goldilocks!
3. Dannon Oikos- It's a sexy Full House reunion!
4. Toyota Highlander- Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Terry Highlander gets high-jacked by the Muppets!
5. Budweiser- This Bud ad could make puppies the new cats of the Internet!
6. Audi - What happens when you cross a Doberman and a Chihuahua? Terror.
8. NFL Network - Leon Sandcastle meets Jerry Ricecake.
9. Wonderful Pistachios »
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