Watch the John 3:16 Commercial That the Super Bowl Rejected

· This week in prospective Super Bowl commercials: An ad promoting the John 3:16 Biblical verse was rejected by those other Powers That Be at Fox. Watch the peculiar (and laughable) thing after the jump. [THR]

· A new American Idol Greatest Hits CD will include Kelly Clarkson's "Since U Been Gone," Carrie Underwood's "Before He Cheats," and apparently something by Taylor Hicks. [EW]

· I Am Number Four co-stars Dianna Agron and Alex Pettyfer may be engaged, adorably. [People]

· Because we didn't learn enough from the wrath of Trishelle, The Real World is returning to Las Vegas. [People]

· When you're not watching IFC for its hilarious Portlandia, you could be watching it for Dermot Mulroney's directorial debut. [Deadline]



Comments

  • Joe Borys says:

    Fox...you just lost a huge audience. You have finally shown your true face! Your god Satan is well pleased.

  • patsy tornatore says:

    I just heard of the John 3:16 commercial today.wow and how many were watching ? how many might've looked up John 3:16. Fox ya'll REALLY dropped the ball on this one. was their money not the same as Bud's or doritos or Pepsi?I personally am very disappointed.

  • Noelle says:

    Wasn't Fox's motto "Fair and Balanced"? What happened Fox? Why'd you refuse to air this commercial? Have you gotten that politicly correct that you can't be open to this commercial? I never thought you'd go that way. This will probably effect how much I listen to the radio or news network. You all dropped the ball on that one.

  • child of God says:

    this just shows how the airways are controlled by santanic forces,but thats ok God is more powerful and the enenmy is defeated anyway.

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