The Robot Butt Link-Sharing Protocol, Version 2.0: The Brooklyn Cyclones are Saluting ‘Seinfeld’

The Brooklyn Cyclones, the New York Mets’ Single-A affiliate, will be holding a “Seinfeld Night” on July 5 that will feature a Keith Hernandez bobblehead, based on the arc in which Jerry debunks Kramer and Newman’s claims of Hernandez spitting a “magic loogie” at them. The best part of the night? Cyclones players will wear puffy shirts during batting practice.

Keith Hernandez Bobblehead

  • The marketing blitz for Neighbors has begun, and so far it’s very inspired. As of now, Seth Rogen and Zac Efron have had a misunderstanding with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and applied for jobs with the guys from Workaholics.
  • In all of its manic wisdom, Domino’s has decided to attack the United States with pizza that contains a breaded chicken crust. Called “Specialty Chicken,” remember that while this may sound pretty good, this is Domino’s we’re talking about.
  • Here is the red band trailer for the Elizabeth Banks comedy, Walk of Shame. Putting aside some pretty serious questions about the logic of this plot, it could be a fun one that really showcases Banks’ comedic talent.
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Steve DiMatteo

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