Pros vs. Joes returns to Spike TV with new hosts Michael Strahan and Jay Glazer. Each episode features average joes competing against retired greats from the football and basketball world with the chance of winning $10,000!
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Richard Padilla ...  Ref 9 episodes, 2007-2008
Jay Glazer Jay Glazer ...  Himself - Host / ... 7 episodes, 2009-2010
Michael Strahan ...  Himself - Host / ... 7 episodes, 2009-2010
Petros Papadakis Petros Papadakis ...  Himself - Host 6 episodes, 2007-2008
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Pros vs. Joes returns to Spike TV with new hosts Michael Strahan and Jay Glazer. Each episode features average joes competing against retired greats from the football and basketball world with the chance of winning $10,000!

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6 March 2006 (USA) See more »

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Carson, California, USA

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Mess Media See more »
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Excellent Sports reality TV series for the not so sports or reality inclined
5 April 2006 | by Crimson-KellySee all my reviews

I am NOT a sports guy. For all I know, the shortstop isn't supposed to tag the center guard for a field goal. I despise 90% of reality TV with a passion. Pro's Vs Joe's comes together to form a creative and entertaining series that just about anyone can enjoy. Its nice seeing the big names from yesteryear come back for a few minutes of glory and giving the average guy a chance at bragging rights..(and the 20k pot doesn't hurt either). The banter that goes on in the Pro's locker room and on field is hysterical and much of the material seems to be "on the spot" rather than pre-written. Its a unique mixture that focuses more on the competition and team play rather than the sports themselves (or gaudy special effects) and is lightly flavored with just the right amount of trash talk. I have to say seeing Goldberg pick up a golf club and yelling "Take That B**tch!" was one of the funniest things I have ever seen. This is definitely one for the DVR/Tivo and I look forward to future episodes.


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