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Tracy Morgan and Stevie Wonder Play Punch Dub

by Allison Waldman, posted Feb 14th 2010 9:44AM
VW_logo_blue_silverThere was a commercial for Volkswagen that aired during Super Bowl Sunday last week, but it didn't make Kona's best of the best. Still, having seen it a couple of time since, perhaps it should have been. Do you remember it? It's based on a game called punch dub, and every time a person sees a Volkswagen before the other person, they get to punch their partner and call out the color of the car.

I had some friends who played a car game like this, punching each other each time one saw a vehicle with one light not working. They called it pediddle. Ridiculous name, but then punch dub is just as silly. But it's real. And that's a big part of why this commercial is so good. You can relate to it. Everyone can play. There's the kid with his grandfather. The two Amish folk. The drunk guys in the limo.

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Chuck: Chuck Versus the Broken Heart

by Allison Waldman, posted Mar 31st 2009 8:33AM
chuck team PC(S02E18) It's time for Chuck to assert some authority. It's time to go over General Beckman's head and turn to the Commander in Chief.

"Dear Mr. President: You probably don't know me, but let me start by saying I love America and I've been happy to be of service to the NSA. However, recently, I've had some questions about my place. My rights, actually. Sir, you're a lawyer. Do I have any rights at all, like privacy? Like the ability to keep my family out of my work? Not that I'm complaining, but..."

Yes, I think Chuck is in a tough spot. Things have become too close for comfort, mixing up Chuck's spy biz with his family life.

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How I Met Your Mother: Bachelor Party - VIDEO

by Joel Keller, posted Apr 9th 2007 9:41PM
How I Met Your Mother: Bachelor Party(S02E19) You knew that the combination of Barney and a bachelor party would be too good a subject for Bays and Thomas to pass up, didn't you? The interesting thing about this episode, though, is that we're so used to Mr. Stinson's depravity, that when things don't reach new depths, we get disappointed.

So, Barney's stripper's skills were more implied than demonstrated. But anyone who can put Marshall and Ted off their steak must have done something sick. Yes, even sicker than the typewriter stunt.

Anyway, as I mentioned earlier today, the producers used their MySpace site to put out a "too hot for TV" video depicting what the stripper did at the bachelor party. The video is after the jump. Again, it's only dirty if you let your mind wander. What was she going to do with those foam fingers anyway?

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