EBUZZ TOP 5 OF THE WEEK

5. Patricia Arquette’s Oscar Speech

Powerful, honest, and different. That being said, Fox News’ response is arguably more entertaining, in a mind-boggling frustrating kind of way.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZeV9Sm3ywM

4. Personal Robot

It adjusts your heating and lighting to save you money, turns your coffee machine on and remind you of booked appointments. The AI Age is nigh.

3. Parks and Rec

Poignant, tearflick moment, especially with the death of their writer Harris Wittels  (@Twittels). Such was the fame and success of the show, that it got a nod from the FBI Twitter account, which makes reference to the character Andy Dwyer (Chris Pratt)’s alter ego, FBI agent Bert Macklin. Do they not have anything better to do?

2. Ed Sheeran in Croker

One date, sold out. Two dates, sold out. If we get into a third we’re in Garth Brooks territory..

1. House of Cards release

That’s our weekend sorted for us. How will Underwood hold onto all of that power?

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