Why in the world do those "CBS Cares" ads start to display on late-night television? It seems like every night that I've watched the Craig Ferguson show for the last week and a half or so, the show will be coming back from commercial break and for a third of a second or so, a CBS Cares ad will flash on-screen. I'd be really upset at the interruption to my standard viewing, of course, but Jeniffer Love-Hewitt is the spokesperson at the moment so... Yum!
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|Genj - March 28, 2010 (06:18 PM)
You are a married man. You shouldn't be ogling women who are on the rebound from break-ups!
|honestgamer - March 28, 2010 (09:04 PM)
There's not time to ogle her. I merely approve of the CBS choice for spokesperson.
|True - March 28, 2010 (09:25 PM)
You shouldn't be ogling women who are on the rebound from break-ups!
Hewitt is in the middle of a break up...?
I'M ON IT!
|pickhut - March 28, 2010 (10:27 PM)
Isn't she always in a break-up? Everytime I saw her on talk shows, she'd always bring up how no one wants to date her.
|zippdementia - March 29, 2010 (05:54 AM)
They should replace it with Zipp Cares commercials. I really do care, so I'd make sure Jennifer Love-Hewitt was naked when she was my spokesperson.
|WilltheGreat - March 29, 2010 (08:21 AM)
Now that is good TV, Zip.
|zippdementia - March 30, 2010 (05:11 AM)
Hey, I've learned a lot working in film.