So you don’t get to go to SXSW
this year. So what? This month, you can swill old-school cocktails from the comfort of your own home. As part of its ongoing campaign to promote the two-hour premiere of season five of “Mad Men,” AMC is offering an online party planner
to help you toast the big event on Mar. 25.
Meanwhile, VH1 is honing its fist-pumping skills for the cast of “Jersey Shore,” which is crashing its party Mar. 16 and 17 for a two-night “Pop Up Video” marathon
With all of this network talk, we should mention Netflix is rumored to be launching its own cable channel
, or at least partnering with one.
Forget rumors. Starbucks is
launching an at-home coffee machine dubbed “Verismo
,” entering into the competitive single-serve espresso business.
Fox News reporter Doug Luzader could’ve used an espresso. He was too tuckered out from a long Super Tuesday to stay awake during an interview
about the GOP race.
Alex Trebek struggled with an on-air flub of his own. Seems the “Jeopardy” host isn’t a devoted fan of “Arrested Development,” as he struggled to correctly pronounce
the character name Dr. Tobias Funke, played by comedian David Cross.
As big a fail as that was, it doesn’t top the fall of a London billboard
that struck and injured four pedestrians. The billboard for fashion brand Mango featured modeling icon Kate Moss—good to know she’s still flooring people with her beauty.
This week, fathers were floored by Huggies’ “Dad Test” campaign
, but men can surely appreciate Dial’s push for higher levels of testosterone on Pinterest
. The soap maker is featuring its Dial for Men brand on the popular sharing site.
And that’s all she (or he
) wrote, folks. Any weekend plans? We’re keeping our fingers crossed that one of our Twitter followers
treats tweets us to a beer