It’s pretty hard to upstage Drew Brees on a night where he broke Dan Marino’s NFL record for yards passing in a season, but Betty White held her own in the MNF Open against the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons.
All things considered, jumping the shark at 89 years old isn't all that bad, but make no mistake about -- Betty White has jumped the shark. The actress' career received a second wind thanks to a Super Bowl commercial in February 2010, and she used the revived fame to host Saturday Night Live, star in Hot In Cleveland, make guest spots on Community, 30 Rock and The Middle...
ESPN's been slowing scraping the bottom of the barrel since jettisoning Hank Williams, Jr., and this holiday-themed Betty White intro was less funny than weird. What, the usual New Orleans staples of zydeco and Cafe Du Monde weren't available? More »
Two insane New Orleans Saints fans was spotted in The Superdome where the Atlanta Falcons looked to come in for the upset. Even Betty White made an appearance on Monday Night Football and it was nothing short of spectacular. She knew more about the NFL than more than some 20 year olds. Even Suzy Kolber showed up and thankfully Joe Namath wasn’t there to try and kiss her. JUMP...
Last night's Monday Night Football game between the Falcons and Saints featured an interesting choice to do the game's introduction: former Golden Girls star Betty White.
I know White has achieved cult status over the years, mainly stemming from her stint hosting Saturday Night Live, but this video was just... bizarre. The majority of the MNF audience is male, so why spend...
Hank Williams Jr. must be rolling over in his grave.
By way of Rant Sports and anyone else who watches actual sports instead of pro wrestling on Monday nights comes the latest in a string of “let’s get people Bocephus might hate to do his job” intro videos, this one spotlighting Sole Surviving Golden Girl and temporary-internet-sensation-turned-person-we’re-tired-of-seeing...
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