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Working around TV has its advantages.
People think you’re super cool. People think you’re super hot. People think you’re super rich. And while we are all of those things, perhaps the best part is getting a sneak peek into upcoming programs before they hit the air.
Yesterday, I was in a meeting, pouring over some spreadsheet when our program director announced that we’re acquiring a new prime time show on NBC.
Anyone that has read this craphole of a site for an extended period of time knows that we love 2 shows with unabashed fervor: The Bachelor(ette) and Survivor. So when I raised my head up and heard that some absolute stone-cold genius had decided to COMBINE The Bachelor with Survivor?
From the e-mail I was sent:
“Love in the Wild” will put relationships to the ultimate test. 10 single men and 10 single women, all looking for love, will experience a romantic adventure unlike anything they could have ever imagined. These singles have tried it all – speed-dating, blind-dating, Internet dating -- and now, they’re headed deep into the remote jungles of Costa Rica to see if they can find that special someone they’ve been looking for.
In each episode, the couples will pair up in exhilarating quests that will push their bodies and their emotions to the limit. of these include paddling down crocodile-ridden waters, navigating through bat-infested caves and hanging 200 feet above the rain forest floor as they descend down one of the most majestic waterfalls in Costa Rica.
After each adventure, the winning couple will share a night together at the “Oasis,” a lavish, five-star bungalow overflowing with everything they could possibly desire for an intimate night of romance. The remaining couples will stay with their partners in the less luxurious “Cabins,” where they will gather for a night of socializing.
During an elimination unlike anything seen before, all of the couples will come together to reveal whether a connection has been formed with their current partner -- or if they would like to switch and get to know someone else. At the end of every episode, two heartbroken singles will be sent home.
Go ahead and book June 1 on your calendars now. Because it might just be the night that TV is changed forever.
Oh, and the bullpen sucks. Mr. Goold probably wrote something about that.no comments
It sounds real asshol-ish to say, but the Cards are a good team @ 12-10. But realistically, if they didn’t have Ryan Franklin, they’d probably be 15-7. And if they had a dominant closer, they would be 17-5. The starting pitching, sans 3 outings has been stellar. The first week hitting woes are a thing of the past. And they’re still waiting on Pujols to really get on a tear…
Surprisingly, the drunken Cardinal fans that stuck around after the game and molested the Baseball Tonight set made STL look like a damn fun place. ESPN couldn’t stop fawning about “what an atmosphere” they had and how it was “like they’d won the World Series”. Nice work people that don’t have jobs and can get ripped on the holiest of holidays…
Here’s what I like to see at Cardinal games, people:
I’ll just say it. If Lance Berkman would have played his whole career in STL, he’d be as popular as Stan Musial and a much bigger star than he is. The dude has erased 10 years of killing the Cardinals in about a month…
Let’s embrace this Reds ‘rivalry’ while we have a chance. Eventually the lack of attendance and revenue in Ohio will catch up to them and some of these young stars will not re-sign and the Reds will have to do everything all over again with a new batch of players that will fail to do anything…
We need more players like Brandon Phillips. Sports are more fun with villans…no comments
Last Friday I deep teased an interview that Fresh WC had pending with Ozzie Smith. I’m happy to report that those two were able to connect on a very witty and informative level.
For some reason the audio the last 150 seconds or so sucked, which happened to be some of the best parts of the talk. So we’ve got people smarter than us (read: anyone) trying to clean up that last bit of digital conversation and will get it up in one form or another next week.
This weekend the Reds come into town- what say you Brandon Phillips:
Oh, and don’t forget about when the Reds were having open rooting sessions for Wainwright to be shut down for the season: LINK HERE
You get the point.
Hopefully the Cardinals brought on Cam Janssen for a series.
Now, the Friday Links…