Wednesday, March 12, 2008

The Moment Of Truth

I have been watching that freak show of a reality tv/game show, 'The Moment Of Truth.' Word to the wise to the contestants on this show, the moment of truth was when your dumb ass decided to appear on the show.
Anyone who would willingly subject themselves to a lie detector test and then sit in front of their boss, spouse, friends, family, a live studio audience, and the viewing public and answer questions about their fidelity, honesty, and work ethic is a blithering idiot. No matter how angelic a person thinks they are, I can guarenfuckintee that there is a question that could be asked that if answered truthfully will get your ass fired, divorced, kicked out of the will, or get your ass whupped.
If I ever decide that I need a good flogging I will either buy Angry Joyce a whip or buy a hooker specializing in bondage and discipline, I can without a single doubt state that you will never catch me on 'The Moment of Truth.'


Big D said...

Yeah I watched that once I prefer the humiliation of VH1 and CMT lately though, Rock of Love, Flavor of Love and My Big Fat Redneck Wedding. Nothing says I love you by asking your girlfriend to take that next step by peein Will You Marry Me on the Road.

David Amulet said...

Wow. You are back. I don't check for a few days, finally, and you pop back in. Let me catch up ...

And welcome back.

Anonymous said...

I have yet to watch the show but I saw a clip that featured a woman admitting she thought she should be married to her ex rather than her hubby. Hubby was there along with her parents and ex. She passed until she answered yes to be a good person! Justice was served.

Saucy Wildcat said...

Oh Fuzz! I have missed you so much! And I wholeheartedly agree. The thing is like a train wreck. They're freakin idiots. No amount of money in the world would get me on there.

the weirdgirl said...

I can't stand that show! One, yeah, they're idiots. Two, the producers drawing out each answer with the cheesy music and lights... snore! Plus, I haven't seen one show where anyone launched themselves across the stage and started pounding the contestant. That's totally what that show is missing.

(Welcome back!)

:P fuzzbox said...

big d: The Rock of Love has to be one of my favorite shows. I am a big fan of silicon.

david: Thanks for popping in. It doesn't take much to catch up with me.

mimi: Zactly.

wildcat: It's good to be back.It would take not only a hell of a lot of money but also one hell of a new life in a witness relocation program to get me on the show.

weirdgirl: Yes a good 'ole rightous beat down would work wonders for their ratings.

michaelm said...

the moment of truth was when your dumb ass decided to appear on the show.
Leave it up to you to boil the show down to one simple sentence.
Goddamn, I couldn't agree more.

Lolly said...

I don't get that channel, but when I heard about the show I couldn't believe it.

angel, jr. said...

I watched that, and yes those people asked for whatever they get. And to think they are doing for money.

:P fuzzbox said...

michael: As Forrest would say, 'Stupid is as stupid does.'

lolly: Believe it. It's a freakshow world out there.

angel: I wonder if it is all for the money or just the sick fascination of some people that would do anything to be on tv.