Kmart's Big Gas Savings, An ALL-PLINKO Price is Right, and Exploding Actresses
6/28/2013 3:00:00 PM
In honor of yesterday's Sweet 16, here is Kmart's new commercial 'Big Gas Savings':
"The Price Is Right" is doing an ALL-PLINKO episode to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the game.
The episode taped on Wednesday . . . and will air on September 27th.
A producer says, quote, "There's so much history with this game. It's almost becoming baseball-like . . . people have all kinds of theories of where to drop [the chip] . . . "Whether to drop it high and let it go . . . or as low as you can and try to feed it into that slot . . . or come off to the right and move it left."
Here's an old video of some guy killin' it at Plinko. Skip to the 2:50 mark.
High school seniors have graduated and many are looking forward to starting college. But not all of them. Here are the Top Signs You're Not College Material.
You disassembled your iPhone trying to free Siri.
You wear Velcro tennis shoes. Not because it's hip. Because you can't figure out laces.
You're angry that your friend didn't say, "Spoiler alert!" before telling you how "Lincoln" ended.
Not an episode of "SpongeBob" passes without you slapping a knee, shaking your head and going, "How does he do it?!?"
You think those automatic doors at the grocery store operate through sorcery.
You think Thomas Jefferson was the star of that sitcom about a black guy who owned a dry cleaner.
Your mom is Kris Jenner.
High school was the best six years of your life.
You believe you'll actually find a job after you graduate.
Even Miss Utah criticized your public speaking skills.
On most days, your blood-alcohol level is higher than your SAT score.
Some guy on YouTube is taking scenes from famous movies, and using special effects to make it look like people's HEADS EXPLODE.
WARNING: It's pretty cartoony, but it's still kind of gross.
His first one featured actresses in classic movies losing their heads. But his craziest is probably the one featuring Disney princesses.
He also did one with actresses in romantic comedies from the 80's and 90's.
And his newest one specifically targets Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio in "Titanic".
I find it more disturbing that it's ALL WOMEN who have their heads exploding, than the actual exploding heads themselves.
How about we get some exploding dude heads too?
Wait, that sounded bad.