A game show that begins with a group of 30 single women in search of finding the perfect match. Every week, the women are introduced to several bachelors one by one. Each woman stands at a ... See full summary »
Katie Ann Cudaback,
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Ian James Corlett
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Edward G. Robinson,
Six contestants spend a day with each other competing in various physical and mental challenges. During this evaluation day players decide who's good/lacking in various elements of trivia ... See full summary »
Remember the "physical challenges" from Double Dare? Hole in the Wall reminds me a lot of those, and it's always fun to watch for the same reasons it was fun to watch Double Dare, or GUTS.
Usually I hate game-shows, as they're invariably boring to me, but Hole in the Wall is just fast enough to keep from getting old too fast. It's always fun to see if a giant contestant will make it through, or if a tiny one will get swept into the pool by the wall.
But I guess if you're determined to be angry about life in general, you won't have much fun watching. Too bad, because I'd play the game every day if I could.
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