We know you, dear MamaPop readers, have lives. Places to go, things to do, jobs to keep and what-not. Which is why we now offer you a look back on the week that was on MamaPop by way of our most popular posts of the past seven days. Please to enjoy.
Yesterday, Nielsen, in partnership with Sony Electronics, released their list of the top 20 most memorable television moments in the last 50 years. It seems like most of ‘murica has their shit together, and remembers the really important stuff (like the coverage of John F. Kennedy’s shooting and funeral, September 11th). But, because these things can’t ever be completely rational or normal, some things about the list just leave me going “Dafuq?!”
Sports Illustrated swimsuit model Kate Upton, who has also appeared in GQ and Esquire, is a plus-size fat pig who eats her own kind, or well, at least according to the “pro-skinny” blog Skinny Gossip.
By now, interwebz citizens, you’ve likely heard that stand-up comic and Tosh.0 star Daniel Tosh took on a female audience member after she broke about nine cardinal rules and complained aloud at his Laugh Factory show last Friday (June 29). The unnamed woman’s Tumblr blog entry about the nasty incident– ”A Girl Walks Into A Comedy Club”–went viral yesterday, eventually prompting a half-assed apology from Tosh on Twitter.
There is no shortage of wonderfully awkward characters on the big screen (see: Napoleon Dynamite) or on the small screen (see: Phil Dunphy on Modern Family), ranging from the adorkable to the downright uncomfortable to watch.