Is anybody else still as compelled by this as I am? I found myself watching the last episode again (where the gang goes to a ranch). It seems like they are starting to understand each other a bit more - the camping trip was fun to watch.
I get the feeling that this was heavily edited - there probably was a lot more activity in determining why top model was chosen best rancher and got the primo tent.
The bit with the GoGo girl not wanting to watch her brand the calf seemed soooo repetitive.
Mini-me is becoming the best thing on TV. Verne valliantly trying to ride the pony was really touching - moreso than him just hiding in the corner away from the children last week. His fear of the bear and Marcus' comment saying he'll protect his lil buddy seemed staged the first time I watched it. When I realized that Verne wasn't around for the horse ride when the group saw the bear tracks, I bought into his fear a bit more.
Da Brat giving Chyna hints/grief about makeup was too funny. I don't want to sound racist but it was the pot calling the kettle black.
Chyna revealing she has no friends/family, and her suicide attempt confirmed how messed up she is. I think she said it was over her boyfriend - was that X-Pac? Her getting close to this group makes the stories of her and Marcus make more sense. I hope she's getting help.
Once again Peter Brady comes off as the class of the show, with his comment to Chyna that she doesn't have to always be and entertainer, sometimes she just has to be.
Last, thanks to VH1 for replaying the Drunken naked Verne peeing in the corner on Best Week Ever. This is going to go down as an all-time great TV moment.
Chyna is a mess. I hope her family and friends that she claims not to have will see her on this show and the Stern appearance and try to help the girl out. Watching her makes me sad and yearn for the days of her as the mute, big jawed bodyguard of HHH.
Who knew Jane from the Go-Go's had a higher pitched voice than Verne? I picture her holding a helium-filled balloon just out of the camera's range.
Dexter on broadcast TV, eh? Well that'll entail some interesting editing. Will there still be any distinguishable plotline left, once they get it "scrubbed"? Good Sunday evening family viewing. Ed Sullivan would be so proud.