Wha... huh? OK, I literally fell asleep while watching this show. That's not a good sign. Thanks to the magic of TiVo, I caught up on what I "missed," but it really wasn't all that much. Don't get me wrong: I love watching competitions, I live for the Olympics and I was just watching the energetic preteens on the Little League World Series. But observing these people argue over silly little things like who is going to play Simon Sez is just plain boring. Even Jimmy "JJ" Walker couldn't make this a good time. And the only time I've ever appreciated dodgeball was in the crazy Ben Stiller movie "If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball." But I wasn't even excited to see who the two surprising and new contestants were. And I couldn't have cared less when Charla who I like and Duncan Nutter (anyone who lets himself be called Dunk Nut on TV deserves it) were eliminated from the show. Oh, well, better luck next time. The only thing that made me laugh at all was Joe Millionaire's Evan admitting that he wasn't the brightest bulb in the closet. There's a newsflash for ya.
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