NFL 2013: Cardinals crazy, sexy, and cool the Falcons

Yes, indeed…or indeed not.  Another game I did not watch.  The Atlanta Falcons and the Arizona Cardinals got into each others’ goal lines in AZ, except that the southern birds didn’t take to much flight against the desert feathers.  Arizona 27 and Atlanta 13.  Final score.  Get game summary, stats, and play-by-play here.

And now for something a smidgen more appetizing.

When VH1’s Crazy Sexy Cool: The TLC Story (Charles Stone III, 2013) premiered last Monday, did the suits-and-ties know how many people would watch it (4.5 million) ?  Did the crew at Pop Films know that they’ve worked on the most tweeted program of the night (beating out Monday Night Football)?  Not to mention Kate Lanier, who wrote the screenplay.  Did she have any idea that it would reach such a large audience?

Click here for a photo gallery with side-by-side comparisons of the real singers and the actresses portraying them.  Click here for more information on the biopic.

I have a question for the producers: How did you get your hands on Toyota Rav4s from the mid 1990s?

2 thoughts on “NFL 2013: Cardinals crazy, sexy, and cool the Falcons

  1. Christopher

    “…….Did the crew at Pop Films know that they’ve worked on the most tweeted program of the night (beating out Monday Night Football)?…….”

    That America would always prefer football (particularly Monday Night Football) over anything else, no matter what, was one of the pillars of my life that gives it meaning. Now, it seems this pillar has turned out as imaginary as ………ice cream castles in the air?

    “……It’s life’s illusions I recall
    I really don’t know life…….at all……”

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