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Tori Spelling Hosts Glad ForceFlex Black Bags Reality Show Starring Animals Because This Is Where We Are Now

Who could forget Glad and EVB’s charming spoof of reality TV “The Wild Life,” which followed the messy living habits of anthropomorphic woodland creatures? Yes, watching the trashiness of puppets covered in trash drove America absolutely fanatical, with the national phenomenon causing grocery stores across the country to sell out of Glad ForceFlex Black Bags as soon as they were placed on the shelf.

Now, the animal celebs are onto side projects. They’re pulling a Gary Sinese and forming terrible bar bands. They’re starting gaudy fashion lines. They’re letting addiction take over their lives. And, who better to host this aftershow than Tori Spelling, whose appearance in this just kind of makes you sad and remember that, oh yeah, you should probably be concerned about how Tori Spelling is doing because she’s probably going through some stuff right now.

Well, at least you can try to forget about it by playing Glad’s new Facebook game, where Tori Spelling and her talking animal friends might get you coupons for your coveted Glad FlexForce Black Bags. It’s trashy, get it? Credits after the jump.

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CP+B, Coke Zero Lobby to Make Day after Super Bowl a National Holiday

Judging by the fact that millions of people have probably called in sick today (and millions more are probably just showing up to the office), we can’t say we disagree with a new Coke Zero campaign calling to make the day after Super Bowl Sunday a federal holiday dubbed, er, Magnificent Monday. Well, the name could use some tweaking, but we’re on board with this effort from CP+B. On the social media front, the beverage brand is asking the Twitterverse to log on and submit ideas on how to make this holiday happen using the hashtag #magmonday. We have faith that this could become reality in the coming years, folks, so let’s get to it already. Credits after the jump.

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