Tuesday, January 12, 2010

The points are just like broccoli to a four year old: completely worthless.

Season 1, Episode 7

We start off this episode with a Daytime Talk Show about Hansel and Gretel. Ryan claim that the witch never paid him for putting the finishing touches on the candy house, which the witch (Colin) claims that he...she?


Okaaay.... Claims that she is just a victim of bad press. In any case, building your house out of edible material is a bad call. But candy? That's just asking for trouble. At least it didn't turn into a Jerry Springer-style free for all.

I stand corrected.

Hansel and Gretel each get 100 points, despite not being involved in the game.

Now Wayne gets to show off by singing a ballad to May, a baker.

Now I'm hungry. Thanks for singing
about food, Wayne.

Greg gets 100 points for tapping his toes in the background. If we're giving out points for that, I think I should get some. Anybody can tap their toes.

Next is Moving People. Colin is...rather incompetent as a motorcycle cop who pulls Ryan over.

Somebody is going to get written up for this.

No points here. Move along.

Now we have props:

Nice hat.

That's really all that there is to say about it. No points.

On to Party Quirks: where an encyclopedia salesman can join the party despite being suspiciously hairy.

"I'm not a chimp. I'm a..
drunk acrobat."

Colin manages to condense "Gone with the Wind" into something like %.05 of it's actual length, but gets no points. Just like everyone else.

Hoedown: no points here. No picture either. A static picture of somebody singing is boring.

Final Tally:
Greg: 100
Wayne: 0
Colin: 0
Ryan: 0
Hansel: 100
Gretel: 100
Total: 300

It's a 3-way tie between Greg, Hansel, and Gretel, point wise, although Wayne takes home the victory.

Cumulative total, Season 1, Episodes 1-7: 1004222.5

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