A guide to what we’re barely putting up with this week.
Burt Reynolds’ thoroughly engrossing, thoroughly ridiculous new memoir, But Enough About Me. Men have three ages in Hollywood: Hunk, old hunk, and old hunk writing a tell-all about his hunk days. Guess which one is the most entertaining?
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett for Barnes & Noble. If this commercial keeps them from doing another album of duets, it just might be worth their meet-cute in the coffee table book stacks.
ABC’s seasonal slice of milquetoast, CMA Country Christmas. At least someone is keeping the country in Christmas. Even if no one is interested.
Eli Manning for Citizen Watches. Makes sense. Football players are known for their punctuality and love of quality timepieces.
Oreo’s needless innovation, Oreo Churros. Stop trying to re-invent the Oreo wheel. Churros shouldn’t be filled with “creme,” and Oreos shouldn’t be found in the frozen foods section.
Kylie Jenner’s new line of “lip kits.” Inside each “lip kit,” you’ll find brown matte lipstick, a syringe full of collagen, and several shards of Kylie’s shattered self-esteem.
The annual mall lingerie Christmas pageant, the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Truly, nothing says “happy holidays” like a bunch of underwear models strapped to piñatas and forced to walk through an Ellie Goulding concert.