Here are some observations about the Giants-Eagles telecast:
Commercial soundtrack – My Boyfriend’s Back, Somewhere Only We Know, Bang Bang, That’s the Way I Like It, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Christmas in Hollis, Can You Feel It, Your Love, Living on the Edge
Cliche Philly songs used for the broadcast – Philadelphia Freedom, Eye of the Tiger, Rocky theme
Best fan – The man dressed as a green Heat Miser from The Year Without a Santa Clause
Best highlight from another game – A touchdown celebration re-creating Allen Iverson stepping over Tyrone Lue
It’s a Quarterback’s world – Three commercials in a row featuring Eli Manning, Tony Romo, and Aaron Rodgers
Remote, controlled – Using the split screen to squeeze in commercials
Cute – The NFL Pro Shop ad featuring an Eagles and Cowboys fan battling in the elevator
It’s the Law for every Eagles/Giants game – Showing the picture of Chuck Bednarik hovering over Frank Gifford
Breaking the Law – The telecast did not show the Miracle of the Meadowlands or somebody making a cheesesteak
Here are some of the things I’ve watched while cooking today:
A League of Their Own
Match Game 75 with Gary Burghoff, Brett Somers, Buck Owens, Richard Dawson, and Patti Deutch
Real Housewives of New Jersey
In case you missed it this week, check out Julia Louis-Dreyfus receive the Mark Twain Award on PBS on Demand.
With a career that has included five successful television shows – Saturday Night Live, Seinfeld, Watching Ellie, The New Adventures of Old Christine, and Veep, there were plenty of former co-stars to make it a hilarious special.
Stephen Colbert, Jerry Seinfeld, Tina Fey, Steve Carell, Larry David, Mary Gross, Wanda Sykes, Amy Poehler, Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer, Keegan-Michael Key, and more salute Dreyfus.
It is worth watching it alone for Jacobson’s and Glazer’s interpretation of the Elaine dance.
If you are a big Fleetwood Mac fan like I am, you’ll want to check out AXS Friday, as it will air several specials about the group beginning at 3 p.m.
Some of the specials include Dan Rather’s Big Interview: Lindsey Buckingham, Rock Legends, Classic Albums: Rumours, Stevie Nicks – Rock a Little, and more.
Fleetwood Mac will be returning to Philadelphia in March.
With word that yet another ABC afternoon show, GMA Day is tanking in the ratings, isn’t it time for ABC to bring back either All My Children or One Life to Live?
GMA Day follows The Revolution, The Chew, and others that have failed since ABC unceremoniously dumped the soaps back in 2014.
Check out Lena Dunham’s new series, Camping on HBO Sunday at 10 p.m. It isn’t getting the same love that Girls did, but it is funny. Dunham does not appear on screen, but she and now former producing partner Jenni Konner are the brains behind it.
Jennifer Garner stars, with a huge assist from Juliette Lewis. Lewis, who is basically playing the same character on The Conners is having a moment!