I actually laughed at this show this week, but it was mostly at the fact that the entire cast of Battle knew touch-football judge William Katt and serenaded him with the theme song to The Greatest American Hero. It figures that these children of the '70s and '80s had fun with the classic show. Personally, I'm digging all the clips of the old-school fashions, like Scott Baio with a shaggy 'do and headband and the patented Farrah hair flip. Those classic moments are more genuine and entertaining than this current dreck. The reality folks are mostly unlikable, plus you have to deal with things like the outspoken Coral justifying her decision to have her teammate Gervase run the 100-yard dash by making the silly comment, "Considering that we have a Kenyan on our team, I guess we'll pick him." It's a pretty sad state when that is the only memorable thing in an episode, besides The Amazing's Jonathan being a total jerk I know, big surprise. His attitude toward his team was heinous, and his argument that he should have won based on weight was just poor sportsmanship, but anyone who watched him on TAR really shouldn't have expected any different. Glad he and his argumentative wife won't be around any longer, but I don't think that the show will suddenly be better without him. You'd have to eliminate a whole heck of a lot more people for that to happen. Like maybe everyone...