Mario Lopez is going from teen crush to Candy Crush. As in, he is hosting the game show based on the popular online game.
How are they going convert the game from the small screen to a bigger small screen? Here’s the description from the CBS press release, “Teams of two people use their wits and physical agility to compete on enormous, interactive game boards featuring next generation technology. Teams will use their entire bodies to swing, slide and swipe to make matches in order to conquer CANDY CRUSH and be crowned the champions.” I still don’t get, do you? I guess, we will find out what it is all about on July 9th when the show debuts.
The other day on Wheel of Fortune, almost all of the letters were turned around for a clue and Kevin was convinced he knew the answer. Instead of guessing the answer straight away, he went the greedy way and kept spinning the wheel. Finally, he was down to his final letter. A letter he got, oh so wrong.
Most people who know old Hollywood and Broadway plays, know the answer is A Streetcar Named Desire, but not Kevin. He thought the M was a K, and that would make it a whole different kind of story.
A title I am surprised that Pat Sajak didn’t say aloud because he has wicked sense of humor. This would’ve been something for him to have as much fun with as we are having.
What else is there to say, but, “Stttttteeeeeeelllllllaaaa!”
It has been a wild week on Jeopardy this week and it is not just because it is the College Championships. It started off with Alex Trebek rapping the questions, and now there was a kid who obviously was flipping the bird? Is that what Viraj Mehta was doing? His response on Twitter is what is “damn right I did.”
If he didn’t confirm the action we might not have known that is what he was really doing. That’s because it was not really obvious due to the fact that he was talking about why the tip stands up. Not that tip, but the tip of a pizza slice when you fold it.
I know I am getting old because I don’t think this was cool. But then again, I might’ve done the same when I was his age. Ah, youth!
Do you want to give him half the peace sign or the full one for this?
It is College Championship Week on Jeopardy, so they have questions that are more for their generation. One of those questions was Let’s Rap, Kids, and Alex Trebek had to Rap out the lyrics aka the answers or the questions depending on your take of it. How did it go? Let’s just say there is a reason there is only one White Rapper from Canada because they are not the best at it.
But the game show host gave it is best effort, so I adored him when he said, “I was just getting in to this Rap thing. I’m not that good at it, but I was getting into it.” Let’s hope they give him more categories like this in the future because it makes the smart show goofy and they need that every now and again.
We know that both Drake and Alex Trebek are Canadians and have curly hair, and that is pretty much all the two men have in common. This is something we found out on Jeopardy when the game show read this question, “This Canadian rapped, ‘Jumpman, Jumpman, Jumpman, them boys up to somethin’, Uh uh uh, I think I need some Robitussin.'”
That is the Whitest thing we have seen on television since a Donald Trump rally a few hours ago. Seriously, that is so vanilla, maple syrup was spouting of trees to give it some flavor. What else can you come up with?