Last night while Joe and I were waiting for one of our favorite reality shows to come on, Kitchen Nightmares, we caught the end of a FOX game show, Hole in the Wall.
There's a good chance it could become the most cited example of why some people say nothing good is on TV anymore.
The contestants are dressed in skin-tight metallic jumpsuits and have to contort themselves to fit through holes in a foam wall which, once unveiled, quickly speeds toward them. If they don't fit (and I don't think any of them did), they fall backwards into a pool where studly guys and bikini babes who are cast as lifeguards glance around fearfully as they realized they're supposed to help this poor foil-wrapped person who has just been smacked. Also, the host is dressed in a tux and is more melodramatic than Amy Poehler on crack.
But on the bright side, I don't think it had a British judge so that's one positive distinction from every other show.
I can't remember the last time I laughed that hard. Well, maybe I do.
Please find this clip as funny as I do. I'm still laughing at it.