Tag: Super Bowl.

Puppy Bowl V! Updated and BREAKING!!!

Pepper the Parrot sings the National Anthem.  Better than Roseanne Barr he is (though he misses the “land of the free” high notes).

Let the Puppy Bowl begin!

I understand some sports teams are playing, the Steelers and the Cardinals.  I thought the use of blunt objects was a penalty.

Super Bowl XLIII: Histories Of The Cardinals, Steelers

By DOM AMORE, The Hartford Courant

January 25, 2009

With Super Bowl XLIII between the Cardinals and Steelers a week away (Sunday, 6 p.m., Ch. 30), here’s a look at the history of the two franchises.

Other things you can watch-

PBS- Faubourg Treme: The Untold Stoy of Black New Orleans A&E- The Sopranos
ABC Family- The Chonicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe AMC- Death Wish
BBC- Dr. Who- Turn Left (TEH AWESOME!) Bravo- Law and Order: Criminal Intent
Cartoon- Chowder CNN- Fareed Zakaria:GPS
Comedy- Scary Movie 4 truTV- World’s wildest Police Videos
Discovery- Touchdown Jesus: The Untold Story Disney- Phineas and Ferb
E!- Bring it On: All or Nothing ESPN- World Series of Poker
ESPNC- College Basketball ESPN2- Autralian Open: Single Finals
Food- Food Network Challenge FNC- Fox News Sunday
FX- Maid in Manhattan, 13 Going on 30 Golf- Golf Central
Hallmark- I Love Lucy History- American Eats: History on a Bun
HGTV- Designed to Sell Lifetime- Like Mother, Like Daughter
MSNBC- Predator Raw: The Unseen Tapes National Geographic- Blow Down
Nick- True Jackson, VP Vs.- World Extreme Cagefighting from Jacksonville Fl.
Oxygen- America’s Next Top Model SciFi- Ghost Hunters
Spike- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Style- Clean House
TBS- What Women Want TCM- It’s Always Fair Weather
TLC- DATELINE: Real Life Mysteries TNT- The Closer
Travel- Carribean Beach Resorts TVLand- Leave It To Beaver
USA- House

Truth is I only watch the Super Bowl for the advertisements, even last year when my Jints beat the undefeated Patsies.

This year’s ads are not up on teh intertubz yet but here are some past years-

  • 2008, cost $2.7 million per :30
  • 2007, cost $2.6 million per :30
  • 2006, cost $2.5 million per :30