Real Talk?

Jerry Seinfeld to produce advertisements for Windows Vista:

Thursday, we learned that Jerry Seinfeld, one of the funniest men on the planet, will be the new spokesman in an ad campaign for Microsoft's Vista operating system.

Real Talk. At this point though, Microsoft doesn't need a spokesman to restore the public's faith in their operating system -- they need a savior. Jesus Christ would be nice. They should get Jesus Christ.

Does anyone remember when they paired Seinfeld with Superman to plug American Express cards? Jesus Christ! Let's not see a repeat of that for the Windows advertisements. Unless maybe they pair him with Jesus Christ.

Tropical Storm Fay is a total bitch:

Tropical Storm Fay extended her stay in Florida on Saturday making landfall for a record fourth time as she trudged across the state's northern panhandle and took aim at points west including New Orleans.

Real Talk! What could be realer than a tropical storm that just keeps coming back to fuck with the same region over and over again?

Usain Bolt is really fast. Some people seem to think he's too fast.

They've tested him for dope 4 times since he's been in China.

Mediocre movies compete for top spot as the highly profitable summer movie season comes to a close:

Under-25 females will be the main audience for "The House Bunny," which was produced for $25 million and comes from the screenwriting team behind the 2001 success "Legally Blonde." Faris, from "The Hot Chick" and the "Scary Movie" series, could be on the brink of becoming a major star.

Wait wait hold on. Before we decide whether or not this is Real, let me make sure I understand that first sentence. The main audience for a movie about a Playboy bunny is under-25 females? Apparently so. Here's the plot:

When Shelly, a Playboy bunny, is tossed out of the mansion, she has nowhere to go until she falls in with the sorority girls from Zeta Alpha Zeta. The members of the sorority - who also have got to be the seven most socially clueless women on the planet - are about to lose their house. They need a dose of what only the eternally bubbly Shelley can provide... but they will each learn on their own to stop pretending to be what others want them to be and start being themselves.

So they're using a Playboy bunny to try to teach young women about individuality, in a movie where the heroine is referred to in the title as a House Bunny. It doesn't seem real...but it is, so I guess this qualifies as Real. If you see this movie, please explain all the parts where the movie redeems itself.


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