Tuesday, February 10, 2009

The Brostest With The Mostest

Though I'd recommend you all watch the entire finale of an MTV-recorded quest for friendship only slightly less genuine than Paris Hilton's My New BFF that is Brody Jenner's Bromance (as well as the five episodes that preceded it), I deem it necessary to view the last two minutes of this brosome programming for a look at what's coming up on Brody's next manciful journey... for a babymance. Thanks to my sister's viewing of what was easily the best hexalogical programming in television history on iTunes as opposed to waiting on her bed with baited breath for the original finale airing on MTV last Tuesday at 9, she unearthed this gem of a spoof on the original Bromance commercial, which posed the question on everyone's mind...

"What's a bromance? A bromance is a bond between you and your go-to guy," Brody previously cleared up the portmanteau once plastered across Jake Gyllenhaal, Lance Armstrong, and Matthew McConaughey. But in the last minute and a half of the first video, good ole BJ takes the time to clear up an even bigger mystery in regards to his upcoming pursuit for a go-to fetu. "What's a baby?" Spencer Pratt's former BBFLYLAB asks. "It's like a little human being, but with less hair." After pointing out that babies are popping up everywhere these days, which may or may not have been a growing trend since the inception of mankind, B. Jens ays he's on a the hunt for the "coolest baby" with the "coolest name" who can handle his lifestyle.

I'm pretty sure this kid with the power tool is the best fit.

But perhaps Mr. Jenner (not Bruce... his plastic face is in a post-baby making era) is more self-aware than previously expected. Despite the copious amounts of right ear jewelry, Brody is admits, "Yeah, it's going to be weird" and then cracks up maniacally when pulling our Citizen of Humanity-covered legs about him and Ryan Seacrest having a baby...

What could be more absurd than this idea?

Oh wait....

(Insert brief instrumental hook from Black Eyed Peas' "Don't Phunk With My Heart" here and cue "The Hills" logo in lower righthand corner.)

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