June 16th, 2010

El Kabong

Of reality shows and drinking games

You can tell that my schedule has been going back to normal (more or less), since I can now post during my lunch hour.

As many of you may have already figured out, I have a knack for following certain reality tv shows.

No, I don't follow all of them (perish the thought!), but besides Dancing with the Stars, Top Chef (and the Masters), Ru Paul's Drag Race, and Project Runway, I have been a big fan of the [original] Girls Next Door (the new ones suck). As a result, I still watch as meny episodes of Kendra as I can, mainly when ballistabob is not around (the poor man can only take so much), and I even attempted to follow the unfortunate Bridget's Sexiest Beaches, even though the poor show was thoroughly unwatchable. (Trust me, I tried.)

This time it's Holly's turn.

As of last Sunday (or I think it was Sunday), the girl has a new show called Holly's World. The thing revolves about her life in Vegas, and I have episode 1 patiently waiting in my DVR. Of course, I will have to wait until my sweetie is not around (see above), and until I have a minute of time to watch something other than World Cup matches. (Hey, I have my priorities.)

Having said that, I decided to hunt for reviews of the show. It promises to be deliciously cheesy at the very least. I am wondering if it will be entertaining like Kendra's or unwatchable like Bridget's. However, in the meantime, the following interview is grounds for a drinking game already.

Here is my challenge, every time that Holly says "fun," in the aforementioned interview get a drink. You will have to do it at home. Attempting to do it at work may be the grounds for your supervisor to throw you out in account of public drunkenness. (Or at the very least, this will translate in endless trips to the bathroom, if you are drinking something non-alcoholic.)

Even better, watch the show. I have the feeling that "fun" will be a terrific drinking game for the foreseeable future.

And don't say that I did not provide you folks with entertainement for the rest of the week.

It is my contribution to the common good.

Belfebe out.

PS. The new season of Top Chef starts tonight. Stay tuned.