I really like watching the show, but I also take the "data" for what it is worth. No it is not the most accurate form of simulation but it is kind of fun to watch. My favorite part of watching the show however is the almost unbelievably cheesy lines each different side throws at one another after one side shows their weapon.
I just watched an episode. The mafia guy was an f'in tool.
Yea you will see that about 90% of the people they have on there are just huge d bags. The dialog is so terrible I almost think they have to be scripted because I like to think that no one is a big enough tool to say some of the one liners they like to throw out.
It is an interesting premise. Didin't all of us, as kids, pose the question, "I wonder who would win in a fight?" at one time or another?
Vern: Do you think Mighty Mouse could beat up Superman? Teddy: What are you, cracked? Vern: Why not? I saw the other day. He was carrying five elephants in one hand! Teddy: Boy, you don't know nothing! Mighty Mouse is a cartoon. Superman's a real guy. There's no way a cartoon could beat up a real guy. Vern: Yeah, maybe you're right. It'd be a good fight, though.
I do love this show and watched as much as I could when they had a marathon but there were quite a few times when I highly disagreed with some of the outcomes and such. For example when it was Gladiator vs. Apache? I believe. When the gladiator had the spiked gauntlets they said if it hits anywhere on the body, death was sure to follow yet in the fight scenes the gladiator clearly hit him and the apache just threw the gladiator of and stood back up and ran off.
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