Really proud to have worked on such an important cause as The Meth Project with the team at Organic SF. And so fortunate to have had the phenomenal talent, Darren Aronofsky actually direct spots I’ve written. Still cannot believe it.
If you haven’t given Parks & Recreation a chance yet, go now—it’s free on Hulu so you don’t have an excuse not to. And if you already have, the show’s really grown into its own. So try again. Ron Swanson‘s become one of my favorite characters on TV the web. The guy knows how to eat. (Thanks, Mel)
Yes, it’s real. And it’s spectacular. You take an ampm Sausage, Egg & Cheese Croissant and switch out the croissant with glazed doughnuts. It’s all part of the new Secret Menu campaign our team at Ogilvy just launched. Pretty much a big invitation to come up with your own creations and try something new. Go nuts.
Getting a single egg in a large pan? Exposing breasts to your boss and making it seem like an accident? Why is everything so freakin’ hard?!
I’ve got a soft spot for bad stuff. The worse, the better. It’s why I pay money for jacked-up action figures. Hell, it’s why I do the Ümlaut. Naturally, when it comes to TV, I cannot escape the gravitational pull of bad commercials. This montage is irresistible. With a great use of The Beatles, too.
Is this a pro-homosexual campaign by Hollywood? Or a pro-smoking campaign from the UK tobacco industry? Neither. Just a momentary view of letters E, A, and G as the camera zooms in. Wardinger caught it on Sesame Street and snapped the pic. Pretty funny.
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BONUS: WORDS OF THE DAY “HEY GUYS”
This video wipes out crops of brain cells every second you watch. (Thanks, Chris!)
Oh my … Our favorite bit from It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia is getting a stage adaptation and coming to a city possibly near you. If you haven’t seen this skit, watch the episode (Season 4, Ep.13). Awesome.
The Nightman Cometh is a musical performance written by Rob McElhenney (Mac), Charlie Day (Charlie) and Glenn Howerton (Dennis) who all star along with Kaitlin Olson (Sweet Dee), and Danny DeVito (Frank) with special appearances by Mary Elizabeth Ellis (The Waitress) and Artemis Pebdani (Artemis).
Sept 15 Boston, MA House of Blues Sept 16 New York, NY Beacon Theatre Sept 17 Philadelphia, PA Tower Theatre Sept 22 Seattle, WA Moore Theatre Sept 24 San Francisco, CA Nob Hill Masonic Center Sept 25 Los Angeles, CA The Hollywood Palladium