Aug. 16- Aug. 20
Updated 6:36 AM CDT, Fri, Aug 20, 2010
Monday, August 16
Mug Monday spotlights Save-A-Pet, which raises awareness of and support for the humane treatment of animals.
A precocious 11-year-old movie critic reviews films for the "Early Show."
Milking a giraffe gives you candies in a new commercial.
A new yo-yo master reigns.
An ice cream man won't let go of an ice cream cone.
The Daily Mail reports one out of three Britons sleep with a childhood toy.
Sasha Obama scores a hole-in-one on the mini-golf course.
Tuesday, August 17
New Yorkers read Amanda Bynes' tweets outloud.
Take a listen to a trekkie's version of the theme song from "Star Trek: Next Generation."
Watch a barrel roll.
Beware of the fake Facebook "dislike" button.
Men who make less money than their wives are more likely to cheat on their wives.
A Vermont senate candidate spoofs the Old Spice commercial.
Wednesday, August 18
Here's the list of eggs the FDA is recalling.
The Three Stooges hit each other.
Batman steals nachos.
Scottie Pippen stars in a 1991 Mr. Submarine commercial.
A documentary focuses on the cycle of life of plastic bags.
The Icelandic soccer team celebrates a goal by riding a human bicycle.
A new Zagat survey ranks the best fast food.
Thursday, August 19
"Back to School with Billy" will offer families an opportunity to meet "Billy Elliot the Musical" cast members and win prizes Saturday.
Get the latest news and tips on egg safety from the Egg Safety Center.
A cover band performs Guns 'N' Roses "Sweet Child of Mine."
A commercial selling gold coins gives credit to a woman's late husband.
A shirtless Dallas Cowboy fan sings an anthem to his beloved team.
The birthday girl cries after her cake falls to the floor.
A father cleans up the lyrics to a NWA song.
A rapping weatherman drops some rhymes about his job.
The Daily Mail reports British women prefer men with body hair.
Gary Busey stars as a fantasy football lawyer.
Friday, August 20
An informercial suggests you find rich parents to solve all financial problems.
The "Snazzy Napper" makes it possible to take a nap anywhere.
Britney Spears pronounces word beginning with "L" placing her tongue on her upper lip instead of the roof of her mouth.
A movie studio in Bangladesh offers something resembling "Spider-Man."
A Gap offer crashes the Groupon website.
The moon is shrinking.
First Published: Aug 16, 2010 6:15 AM CDT