One segment that found Boomer Esiason and Shannon Sharpe walking the streets of New Orleans handing out Pizza Hut pizzas to people willing to yell "hut, hut, hut," set a new low in debasing broadcasters and turning what is already an over-commercialized production into a nonstop advertisement . . .Yeah, that was pretty strange. I saw that when I fist tuned in that afternoon to CBS. But again, one's view is subjective. The young advertising exec may have seen brilliance in that segment. Someone very hungry dude waiting for the Superbowl would have reacted nicely to that ad. Maybe the overly critical waiting to post negative stuff on the internet about it.......who knows. He's got a forum too.
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