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February 1st, 2013
06:53 PM ET

Super Bowl bets and sexy ads!

Brooke talks to writer Dan Levy of the 'Bleacher Report' about this year's Super Bowl "prop" bets. Brooke also takes a look at sexy Super Bowl ads with Peter Shankman of 'The Geek Factory'.

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  1. Rick

    Ashleigh, shame on you for putting down this ad. Personally I don't think it was a great ad, however for you to put down this ad because there was a kiss between a model and a nerd, and you were watching the game with your kids is absolutely silly! Especially after you give a story about gays in boys scouts. How about explaining that one to your kids?

    Bottom line is parents need to stop blaming the rest of our community of information being given on TV and start taking more responsibility in being a parent in today's world. I have been a step-parent and currently have a child coming into this world....and no matter what happens on TVs, computers, etc...It is never anybody else's fault but mine if I cannot communicate w/my child openly about what is going on in our world today....NOT in the 1950's!! Today is extremely different. I have a sister that thinks like you and I love her very much, but these conservative views and judgements you and my sister have bother me because you are just afraid to have to talk and deal with your children about a beautiful model kissing a nerd??? c'mon...give us a break and stop blaming others for your lack of explanation to your children.

    Being a parent today is extremely challenging. You should have known that when you were making your kid, which by the way probably started off with a kiss. stop your non-sense.

    February 4, 2013 at 12:50 pm |

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