Meet the Smithereens
And here's a more obscure musical tip which will only appeal to a select target audience, Scrubs fans. This is a link to an album by Ted's band. Yes, the bumbling hospital lawyer on the show and his barbershop quartet-style acapella singers are indeed a band in real life, and they have a website and a CD for sale.
Even though I was working Sunday, I turned the Super Bowl on to keep track of the score and watch the commercials. I'm usually a big fan of the Super Bowl Sunday ads, but it was my feeling that this year represented a rather anemic effort by Madison Avenue. My favorite was the Oprah/Letterman spot, but I also appreciated the one for "connectile dysfunction." (Note that only three days later, the corporate affiliation of each ad is already lost, though I think connectile dysfunction might have been Sprint. Maybe.) I was done working by halftime, and enjoyed Prince and his theatrical guitar work, even in the pouring rain. And for the record, no, I don't think the suggestive shadowing was an unplanned accident. In fact, I thought it was quite clever "wardrobe malfunction," oh snap!
Later, I enjoyed Little Miss Sunshine.