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Jolene Van Vugt
A douche, a stoner, and a bimbo. What could possibly go wrong~?
I only ever watched MTV for the Andy Milonakis show, Crank Yankers, Celebrity deathmatch, and some music videos here and there. As time went on, it seems they've been trying to make MTV more like all the other networks with their reality shows and web comedies. While I would LOVE to rant on about 16 and pregnant, this review is more towards an unfunny douche, a stoner black dude who gets paid to do nothing, and a bimbo who makes strangling a hyena sound like a better alternative than listening to her annoying cackle every five seconds an unfunny pun is forced.
That being said, I used to assume Rob did meth before each show since he tends to move around the set and laugh awkwardly to his own jokes when I first gave this show a shot. Now I'm just convinced he's naturally incapable of acting like a human. I never thought much of him even around the time of Rob & Big, and seeing how butt-hurt he got over that Tosh.O skit portraying him and his dream factory as a pedophile stunt further lowered my opinion on him. At least Tosh can stand still on set and knows how to deliver a joke! What can you do, Dydrek, than dance around the stage like you're at a party with no music? In addition, hosts like Tosh and Hardwick don't need two useless "Co-host"(if you can honestly consider them that) to back him up in his crusade to review clips that went through Tosh, and before that Chris Hardwick(until G4s closure of course). Anything Dydrek shows in an episode is essentially watered-down, and is only ruined more because we got that bimbo we all know as "Chanel West Coast". Why is she even here? Other than tits and a plastic face, she has no real personality other than to laugh every time Rob looks at her as if on-cue, she is to laugh like every joke is funny. Hell, he could fart in her face and look at her, and she'd laugh like she was being tickled roughly. Then comes "Steelo", some dude who just sits on a computer during the show. Hey buddy? You're not at your aunt's house trying to ignore your family by spending the time online checking your facebook status and playing Garry's mod! Close your damn laptop and actually act like you're on camera for once! Basically, you'd find more entertainment in assembling furniture for your living room than these two and Dydrek combined.
The skits and clips are one of my biggest problems next to talentless hacks who fill in what time MTV doesn't use for Pregnant southern girls with flaky boyfriends or werewolves(The latter is a bit biased, as I find werewolves and vampires overused by now). Anything I see here, I already watched not only Tosh or Web soup, but other people on Youtube who reviewed in a much more comedic and better-executed manner.
As I conclude this review, I want to compare this show to the bargain bin of DVDs you find while in line at the dollar store. You know not all of them are great, but it's cheap and you think you'll give it a chance. Then you realize it was the worst dollar you spent in your life, and regret not having given that dollar to hungry kids in Africa. The only difference is that this is one dollar you won't be getting back through a refund. Why MTV kept this show in their lineup for so long is beyond me. I guess anything is funnier when you're stoned? Maybe MTV is struggling more than Adam Sandler in trying to stay relevant in today's world?
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