The Real Michael Vick Experience

Well, that was fast. It’s a crude mashup, but someone had to do it, I suppose: And then there’s this “Cat’s In the Cradle” parody, which lays it on pretty thick: Ouch.

Baio Is Back!

Set those DVRs: “Scott Baio is 45…and Single” premieres tomorrow (Sunday), at 10:30 ET on VH1. Here’s an interview with his Chachiness: Was it tough dredging up the past? Scary, not tough. A lot of women wouldn’t talk to me. Some women I was afraid of because I wronged them and hell has no wrath […]

Baio Is Back

I know there’s a secret cadre of Scott Baio fans on AdPulp, so I couldn’t resist this nugget from Radar Magazine: The former Charles in Charge star is set to chronicle his dating life in L.A. for a VH1 show tentatively titled, Scott Baio is 45 … And Single. Although no premiere date has been […]

“I Love Rookies” T-Shirt Inspires Hollywood Star

Alyssa Milano loves baseball. Especially, the Dodgers. So much so, she writes a blog on MLBlogs.com and she’s started a new womens’ line of baseball-inspired clothing called Touch. Milano told Mark Newman of MLB.com, how she got going in the apparel biz. I have had Dodgers season tickets for four years. Every game I attended, […]

Honda Gives Up The Funk

Sometime last fall, the crew at RPA switched the Honday Odyssey’s theme song from Foghat’s “Slow Ride” to P-Funk’s “Give Up The Funk.” I can’t find the spot online, although you can see the earlier Foghat version at RPA.com. Given that the spot is not online, I present George Clinton on David Letterman circa 1986, […]

The Value of Tolerance

In February, John Amaechi spoke about his homosexuality on ESPN’s Outside the Lines program. He also released a book, Man in the Middle, published by ESPN Books, which discusses his career and life as a closeted professional athlete. Amaechi is the first NBA player to speak publicly about being gay. Now, according to The New […]

A Little Baio For Your Weekend

Seems that there’s been a bit of Scott Baio bashing amongst the commenters on this board lately. To counteract such negativity, I present to you a commercial he did on behalf of the Los Angeles Sherriffs Star Organization in 2003. And I shouldn’t have to point out the delicious irony of Mad Mel playing the […]

Rachael Ray Finds Time To Make The Donuts

Sometimes, I like Rachael Ray. Sometimes, I like Dunkin’ Donuts. But together? I’m not sure about that. However, we’re all just gonna have to get used to it: As its new brand representative, Ray will appear in a multi-platform marketing campaign for Dunkin’ Donuts. Ray will also lend her perspective to the Dunkin’ Donuts culinary […]

That’s Entertainment

The New York Times “Sunday Styles” section looks at a disturbing development, or excellent business opportunity, depending on one’s point-of-view regarding consumerism and celebrity worship. Screens big and small are already full of recognizable brands like Coke and Cheerios placed in strategic view, a practice known as explicit product placement. But, until recently, viewers had […]

K-Fed’s “Rappin’ Patty” On Superbowl Sunday

The Wall Street Journal (paid sub. req.), in what may be a first for the paper, is running a piece on K-Fed. Nationwide Mutual Insurance has tapped Kevin Federline, soon-to-be ex-husband of pop star Britney Spears, to star in its 30-second Super Bowl spot, a move that guarantees the insurer acres of free publicity. The […]