Gwyneth Paltrow and Ben Affleck are in Bounce. I know for sure what I won't be doing on November 17th. AOL version 6.0. Why in hell does anyone still use it? People, you can live without all the dorky smileys. Save your money! A super-cute baby is in an ad for the Fisher-Price Sparkling Symphony Gym. This toy plays little snippets of classical music. What, they couldn't make something that plays Hooked on Phonics tapes? A not-as-cute baby is in another Fisher-Price commercial. This time it's for the Twirling Whirling Garden. What is up with the toy and diaper commercials? I can't imagine parents of young babies choosing to spend what little free time they have watching this show. Grosse Pointe moves to Sunday! Ted Casablanca is on the next episode! Hey, that's kind of cool. He doesn't care for Ms. Paltrow any more than I do, plus I've spent many an hour over at Fametracker trying to figure out to whom Ted is referring in his blind items. Now here's a McDonald's commercial in which they refer to the restaurant as "Mickey D's." For the love of all that is holy, please don't refer to that place as Mickey D's. I really hate that. An ad for Dryel, or as we call it in my household, Dr. Yell. You can use it to clean your boyfriend's stinky sweater so that when you look at black-and-white photos of him in your penthouse, your memories aren't sullied. Whatever. Heart's Barracuda is recycled for a Nissan Pathfinder commercial. Bleah.
Episode Report CardMaggie: D | 724 USERS: C+
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