There are few causes sweet and tangy enough to prompt Lance Bass and Susan Boyle to share a microphone and the unfair prejudgment of Miracle Whip is one of them. In this star-studded music video just launched by Miracle Whip, famous mouths like Wynonna, Tiffany, and The Village People sing out about the tongue-in-cheek biases they’ve experienced in their own careers and encourage America to Keep an Open Mouth.
Yesterday I paid homage to what I think were the ten best shows of 2010. Today I’m looking back on my favorite TV moments of the past year. While the best shows list was nice and orderly and numbered, this one is a bit more nebulous: although I’ve selected ten TV moments, I’ve chosen not to number them or give them a specific order, because honestly, it’s just a pain in the ass that doesn’t really matter, and everyone’s gonna squabble over the list anyway.
So let’s do this. For those of you who are months or years behind on your television viewing, please note that this list contains spoilers for “Lost,” “Sons of Anarchy,” and “Mad Men.” Oh no! My spoiler alerts have spoiled the top ten list! SPOILER SPOILER ALERT!
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