Friday Afternoon Distractions
Whiling away your last few hours at work? These videos should help make time fly extra fast!
Unfortunately, the episode once again comprised of negligible storylines and numerous autotune remakes of the pop singer's original songs.
However, the sexed-up version (is it possible to be more sexed up than Britters?!) of her 2004 single "Toxic" was a definite highlight. Click quick before Fox takes it away!
Britney's performance on the show was spot on, however; she is really proving herself to be a very adept comic actress.
Another Glee guest star staple, Kristin Chenoweth had a lot of fun last weekend, when she had the fortune of hosting Ellen DeGeneres on a one-night-only guest spot on Chenowith's Broadway musical, Promises Promises.
The obligatory animal clip of the week shows that the Flippers of the world aren't as coordinated and graceful as we'd like to believe.
Either that, or they're just really vindictive. Check out the smackdown at 0:12.
And what better way to finish off than with an autotune oddity?
The team that brought us the seminal classics such as Bed Intruder, which debated social injustice in working class America, the quandary of caffeine addiction in Backin' Up and the horrors of mother nature in lyrical form in Tornado Song, have released a new single.
The perils of alcoholism have never been so delicately and poignantly put to song, as in Sunny D and Rum. Johnny Cash, eat your heart out.
Have a brilliant weekend!
See last week's Friday Afternoon Distractions here.
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