OMG I think I am the only person in the world who absolutely hates games shows....any and all. My dh puts on the game show network and I have to leave the room. They drive me insane....as if I werent already
I would if I was physically able. But they punch you in the head...lol...and hit their heads a lot. Can't do that and be epileptic. When it first came out, I did look into it though. Just couldn't afford to travel there at the time. Oh well!
I think it's just pure comic relief! I mean honestly, do I want to go on there and be beat up just for the heck of it? Nope....lol. But I'd do it for the kids in a heartbeat just to see them smile.
I sat the other day and watched it and laughed so hard. I don't know if it would be as half as funny if they didn't commentate it like they do. Heck, the were calling this one guy "Father of the Year" after he'd answered he'd give his house to his family and go away if he won. Yet, there was his family, proud as could be of him. LOL
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