I just came for the blood and bruises.

Last night we watched Skating with Celebrities. Look my wife should not be forced to watch the NFL network and ESPN 24 hours a day. Even though I am against “reality” TV there are some that just can not be avoided. This is one of them.

First, I think they should have named the show Skating with Stars. Sure that would be too close to Dancing with the Stars. But who are we kidding. Everyone know that Fox steals anything that is not bolted down. Also, looking at the caliber of “celebrities” the use of the phrase stars would be logical. Since these people are all fiery bodies of gas.

I do not condone violence or brutality, but I watched in hopes of seeing C-list stars injure themselves, not seriously. Okay I am looking into seeing someone about this.

Even though I did not get the amount of thrills, spills and chills I had hoped, the thought of it is still there, so I am in.

There was a seriously missed opportunity at comedy last night. They were talking to “funny man” David Coulier who was asked by one of the judges, “What would you rather be holding? A hockey stick or Nancy Kerriagn? His answer was Nancy, but what he should have said was,

“Let’s see, one is wooden and angular and the other one I can shoot a hockey puck with. Hmmm.”

Again it is just one man’s opinion.

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6 Responses to I just came for the blood and bruises.

  1. dantobindantobin says:

    I would watch that show if it was the same title, but they were practicing to play hockey. You know, so I could see Uncle Joey checked on the open ice. Repeatedly.

  2. BMMan says:

    …by the original Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

    I don’t know who he’s paired up with, but I would watch if, after listening to a suggestion from Todd Bridges, his partner said, “Whatchu talkin about Willis?”

  3. Eric says:

    I think Coulier has officially changed his name to “Funny Man Dave Coulier”. File under “False advertising”

  4. Sloth says:

    I think we should have “Skating with Funnyman Boski.”

  5. Kevin says:

    I think if Dave Coulier went back to his “Cut. It. Out.” phrase while making scissors with his fingers, pointing, and then giving the thumbs “out” sign, then he’d be funny man again.

    But not until.

  6. Boski93 says:

    dantobindantobin: Yes, I would love to see that and maybe a tragic zamboni accident.

    bmman: Ms. Swanson could level Mr. Coulier. Sadly after Mr. Bridges’ first performance there was a lame attempt at “whatchu talking about?”.

    Eric: So true, so very true. It makes me ask if he was really on one of Rodney Dangerfield’s Young Comedian Special’s.

    Sloth: Since standing and walking are task for me. Skating would be out of the realm of possiblity. It would go quickly from comedy to tragedy. Just imagine the Olympic Skating sketch on SNL back in 92, with Jason Priestley.

    Kevin: That would violate at least 13 articles of the Geneva Convention.

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