Emily Kuchar :: Courtesy of EmilyKuchar.com/blog
If you want to know what people type into Google when they search for certain big-name athletes, check this out. (Warning: Link contains strong language.)
Pau Gasol :: Noah Graham/Getty Images
Guanabee.com has unearthed some great video of Pau Gasol singing and dancing.
This tribute to the Oregon Ducks is titled I Love My Ducks and it's by Supwitchugirl.
I've gotten tons of e-mails over the past several weeks asking why I haven't been talking about Friday Night Lights in Hot Clicks. A few readers have even asked if I'm still watching the show, which is highly insulting. The only reason I've been reluctant to write about the show is because it's airing only on DirecTV right now and I don't want to spoil things for those who are waiting for the NBC run. So I'll try to give a few thoughts that don't get into storyline specifics. First and foremost, I was worried about the show losing its luster because of the many cast changes. Even though Lyla and Tyra didn't appear in the first three episodes, the show is still very strong. The characters aren't interacting as much and folks like Riggins and Saracen are off in their own storylines, but, as usual, the show is worth watching just for Kyle Chandler and Connie Britton. You know how we get the same sports stories shoved down our throats over and over and over? For example, the BCS stinks, baseball needs instant replay, soccer will become huge in America, etc. That's how the travesty of Chandler and Britton never winning Emmys should be treated. It should be written and talked about 24/7. Anyway, for top-notch Friday Night Lights episode recaps, bookmark this link.
Kent, of Fargo, N.D., sends in NotVeryTalented.com, which features YouTube videos so bad they're good.
Hot Clicks Nation, if any of you has a connection to Rolling Stone or knows someone who works there, you need to help them out before they further embarrass themselves. You see, at 5:04 p.m. yesterday, RollingStone.com reported that The Who will perform at halftime of Super Bowl XLIV. Now, I have to assume that nobody there reads Hot Clicks, because if they did, they would've known that I gave you this information last Thursday. So in order to help Rolling Stone keep up with things, we need to get them to start reading Hot Clicks.