It could have also been that Walmart spot, where she proves she can spell "hobo" on a calculator. Actually, it could have been a bunch of others, too. I've been really focused on "Couple Time ," but I'm also working on a feature with another writing partner. The others are fine lookin' women but the thing about Flo is not her being fine.
“When the first woman pitches in the majors, where will you be,” reads the text on the screen.A batter steps into box amid the gaze from his teammates in the dugout.The crowd appears anxious and excited, rallying in a way that is hardly ever the case during the first inning of a regular season game.“This is history in the making,” the announcer says. Rachel: Actually, my dream is to do Sean Connery singing "Good King Wenceslas," the Christmas carol. The camera zooms in to the pitcher’s mound at a digitally modified Globe Life Park – usually the home of the Texas Rangers – during a game between two apparent Major League Baseball teams.Stephanie Courtney guest-starred as the mother of a patient-of-the-week on House.Once you strip off Flo's clown lipstick and over-caffeinated perkiness, she's actually a pretty good actress who can make you forget she sells insurance to fund her lipstick addiction.Then comes the commercial hook: “Never miss a moment.“U-verse has more live channels on-the-go than cable.” It’s part of an AT&T campaign — called “Where will you be” — that aired in late April and aims to show how people will watch major news moments of the future. " Burger King has been running commercials for their 'Chicken Fries' which I think are just chicken strips shaped like French Fries. I want to smack that woman who puts her feet up on the guy's desk because she has a good credit score; I want to smack her in the puss and that wimpy assed husband of hers as well. what do you have in a 53 by 33 inch faux-wood horizontal blind?Most of them seem to be about how most chickens apparently are racist towards French Fries, but there are some chickens who love them.Then I guess they mate with the potato fries to produce Chicken Fries. Or maybe it was the e Bay ad, in which she narrowly evades becoming the polite inheritor of a box full of mom jeans. I don't necessarily want to go the ["Saturday Night Live"] route, but I look up to them so much.