In each pulse-racing "Fear Factor" episode, contestants (sometimes solo, often paired with spouses, siblings or best friends) recruited from across the nation must decide if they have the ... See full summary »
Ripley's Believe It or Not! is a curious format, sort of a 'Guiness Book of Records'-like magazine on TV. It has no permanent cast or storyline, just a presenting host in the castle-type LA... See full summary »
Daniel Browning Smith
There's the inside track, and then there are those who pave the inside track. Attack of the Show gets you inside, underneath, around, and behind the newest tech, the hottest games, the ... See full summary »
Host Mack checks out the latest and greatest in Military defense--and offense, and introduces the bizarre characters that spend their lives inventing new ways to obliterate the enemy. Big guns, smart bombs; no weapon is off-limits.
This show IS informative but the narrator can sometimes be really annoying and perhaps condescending. It's mainly about various questions that us Men supposedly ask or wonder about.. thus resulting in "Manswers" As a guy, I sometimes find myself somewhat annoyed by some of the things that are expressed in this show. Like how supposedly EVERY guy likes big boobs and/or beer. I also sometimes feel as though this show can be sexist at times. I actually was watching Manswers while writing this review and heard the narrator say "get ready for the coolest, toughest, the most bodaciously sexy stories that only real guys care about, they're Manswers!!" Only "real" guys care about?? I'm a real guy but I don't "care" about some of the topics discussed in this show. You may or may not agree with me but don't get me wrong, I don't hate this show, I just sometimes find it annoying. So, to conclude, I think this show could be better if the narrator acted a little bit more maturely, and a little less like a "real" guy.
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