In addition to football, Super Bowl XLVII will bring a new crop of ads to rate, discuss, and chuckle over Monday morning. But while several Super Bowl ads hold our attention for hours or days, very few stand the test of time. Here are five that do, from special frogs to an iconic ad from a master director. Can you guess which ad took the (highly subjective) top spot? Did we miss your all-time favorite?
'Bent' features good chemistry between its leading couple and an immensely likable supporting cast
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Aficionado Anthony Bourdain attacked fellow-foodie Paula Deen. Deen fought back, and what she said just might reveal a lot about high food culture.
Mary Hart went on Entertainment Tonight for the last time, Friday, joined by all her previous co-hosts, and a staff of 200.
A Christian Science perspective: How we can help children maintain their innocence when so much in society today threatens to undermine it.
TV viewers ride a wave of devices into a new era of self-programming.
Tom Bosley passed away on Tuesday in California. Television made Tom Bosley a star, but he was also known for his work on Broadway.
A survey by Entertainment Weekly magazine named Homer Simpson the greatest character created for film or television during the past 20 years, beating out Harry Potter.