Monday, January 11, 2010

The points are just like a Hairdresser to Colin Mochrie

Season 1, Episode 6

Aaaannnd we're back. And guess which game we're starting off with? Yup, "Let's Make A Date". It's a good starting game.

We have Brad as a stressed out hairdresser, Colin giving birth, and Ryan as a loudmouthed sports fan.Brad looks at Colin and realizes that the
situation is hopeless. Ryan looks at Colin and
sees an invisible baby.
Everybody gets 50 points.

Next up is Sound Effects, with Colin as the (extraordinary incompetent) Lone Ranger, attempting to foil a train robbery. Or something.

This is apparently what foiling a train robbery looks like.

The points are awarded by shoe size this round. Apparently this means that Colin doesn't have feet, because he gets no points. And Ryan's shoe's are too big to be measured by any number, so he doesn't get any points either.

Moving on is Daytime Talk Show. This guy:
Excuse the crappily drawn arrow.

suggests the use of the Three Little Pigs. Ok. Rather than going the "Jerry Springer" route, this game becomes a social satire of race relations using barnyard animals as metaphorical symbols of ethnic groups.* It concludes in a surprisingly heartwarming fashion.

Because this totally happens all
the time on Jerry Springer.

*or maybe Ryan is just making fun of people who end up on Jerry Springer.

Unfortunately, this is a non-scoring round.

Props is next.

Dr. Seuss would be proud.
100 points to Brad.

And now we go join Ryan, Colin, and Brad in a game of Helping Hands, as they try (and fail) to make a pizza, violating pretty much every conceivable health code in the process.

On second thought, let's
go to Papa John's.

We finish up the scoring section of the show with Hoedown, which I did not provide a picture of because Hoedown is a visually boring game. So here's a video.

Final Tally:
Brad: 150
Kathy: 50
Colin: 50
Ryan: 50
Total: 300

Brad has more points than anyone else, but the official winner is "Lewis, from the Drew Carey Show!". Otherwise known as Ryan.

Cumulative Points, Season 1, Episodes 1-6: 1003922.5

Now that you've read this, go do something useful to society.

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