07-06-2004, 03:03 PM #111
cunn-a-nig-a-lus? - the 7/5 show
I don't know about you guys, but this show manages to kill me with laughter every week.
This week's moments:
TJ can't say cunnilingus and it says "CUNN-A-NIG-A-LUS?" on the screen
Derek calls Ambrosia "Amorosa".
What's up with showing like 1.5 seconds of that stripper?
I have rarely seen such an incredible body on television.
Anyone know who she was?
(Last season they used a well-known porn star)
07-06-2004, 03:16 PM #112
Even Ralph Garman (aka Derek Newcastle) says that he wants us to put pressure on Spike TV to see the 90 minutes episode.
Here's what he said on the other forum:
"Don't surrender! The 90 min. cut already exists and they have it, all they have to do is air it. It was the 60 min. edit that was rushed into production. Demand to see it the way it's meant to be seen. I've seen the 90 min. version and it's MUCH better.
07-06-2004, 03:50 PM #113
Thanks for all the info Jamdez! I hope someone gives us the heads-up if this episode does hit the schedule.
My high points from last night: Ralph "accidentally" calling Ambrosia "Omarosa", the ingenious way the producers bailed themselves out of the Ingrid predicament, Gerald deciding who to have one-on-one time with (Austin or Piper), TJ mispronouncing a "c-word", the whole take-off on 'Meet My Folks' (loved Gerald's polygraph results), and the bird actually got some lines.
Sorry to see Bryce go, but if this was a 'real' dating show he would have been cut long ago. Hopefully he'll get to play stalker now.
Last edited by Qboots; 07-06-2004 at 03:55 PM.
07-06-2004, 04:22 PM #114
So far, revealing the true purpose of the show to Ingrid has been my favorite moment of either schmo show. They couldn't have pulled it off any better...I was really hoping they were going to eliminate Ingrid, but she doesn't seem as uptight as I first thought. She jumped at the opportunity to join in on the charade. My opinion of Ingrid has definitely changed quite abit.
07-06-2004, 04:24 PM #115
What's a sitcom?
Last night just reaffirmed to me that Season 2 is way better than Season 1.
I know some of you loved Season 1, but it didn't hold my interest. I tried to watch it 5 or 6 times ... but gave up. This season has so much going on, and the writing is way over the top. Even the editing (especially during elimination ceremonies) seems better than last year.
I don't want to start some big discussion, but I just thought I'd mention that this show has been a great surprise. I thought LCS and BB would be the two must-see reality shows ... looks like Joe Schmo is going to take that title for me.
07-06-2004, 06:14 PM #116
The race is back!
I'm loving the show. Every part of it. Except that it comes on after wrestling at an odd time, and I end up having to watch that crap for 5-15 minutes before the show starts. It's really a mood-killer.
07-06-2004, 06:32 PM #117
I love it. Two of my favorite shows back to back. Three hours of solid television every monday.
I really do hope they actually show the 90 minute episode...But I get the feeling they may just stick the extra 30 minutes on the DVD.
Last edited by Dr. Chaos; 07-06-2004 at 06:39 PM.
07-06-2004, 06:34 PM #118
You know, that's the thing that has always bugged me about these reality shows. How on earth could Tim have developed feelings for someone after only knowing them for a few days?? I think life would go on pretty easily for him
Originally Posted by EXlurker
07-06-2004, 07:04 PM #119
Wow John it's cool that you love the show so much.
Originally Posted by John
I remember last season when you weren't interrested at all with the show.
It's nice to see that more and more people are watching the show this time around.
07-06-2004, 07:17 PM #120
The race is back!
It wasn't so much that I wasn't interested at all, but I wasn't watching. Combined with the fact that we couldn't convince anyone on staff to recap it, so we didn't have a forum for it. But, we were a smaller site back then, and had a smaller staff - we couldn't cover cable shows like we can now.
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