Wasn't this a Bill Hicks bit?
I didn't even know American Gladiators was still on. And in HD! Are they using condemned criminals yet? Why am I asking you?
>Are they using condemned criminals yet?
I've heard they modified the gauntlet into some deal where you have to fight your way out of prison shower room, but now they're considering taking that event out because some of the competitors are losing intentionally.
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Thanks for that, I only ever heard the voice sample in some song before.
The Bill Hicks clip is featured in the song "We Want Your Soul" by Adam Freeland:
Hicks audio is found @1:50 (sorry for linking a crappy fan-made video)
A better video, but this edit of the song is missing the Hicks clip:
The schedule is reversed in my timezone. That could put people in these parts in a whole different mental state?
So are you supposed to have the gladiators kill one another before, or after the emperor speaks?
And afterwards, the purple veined dick jokes? /hicks
and somehow you were not listening to Adam Freeland's "we want your soul"...
This was a significant oversight, yes.
Please take measures to ensure that something like that doesn't happen again.
There it is, that's the song I was thinking of.
I'm not sure which one would be more painful to watch.
What I do want to watch, is someone pummeling dubbya with a tennis ball launcher on every applause line.
Even worse is the fact that it's on all four networks. What's the point of something running on more than one channel? Guess I'll have to watch Ninja Warrior.
As a friend of mine used to say:
"Yes, Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome.
To the Fall of Rome."
Instead, you could watch 4 Japanese guys, locked and a gymnasium for 24 hours and beaten by The Gimp and his clones in various ways.
Superior, in my opinion.
How is Bush going to do his show if the writers are on strike?
A room with a thousand monkeys at a thousand typewriters.
That nookyular is an acceptable and good pronunciation.Over and over.And it's not that this hasn't been covered before.I know it has.But I'm still in a state of disbelief.
Just wait. "Normalcy" is a standard English word now, even though it was essentially invented for popular usage by Warren Harding.
not in "yurp" however.