Premise: Young actor, wearing pajamas doused in benzine, responds to alarm. Footies on shag carpeting ignite pajamas. Actor performs a Richard Pryor and then dives into a pool.
Problem: Everyone has learned 'Stop, Drop, Roll'.
Also? Buggy-eyed actresses who look too much like one another.
Mrs. Peacock in the library with the candlestick,
What do I win?
I love a good murder mystery, and Whodunnit? sounds interesting on paper, but all of the contestants take the theme of this show far too seriously. The butler is making murder puns, and people are crying...nothing quite fits together. And the presentation of the "facts" is excruciating and laughable.
Nothing worse when the execution of an idea doesn't live up to the promise.
I think they are all out of work actors, and the whole think is a setup.
I noticed the burned up bomb lady victim get up at the end of the show and say, "Wasn't that fun?"
Ulysses is hot. Anyone know anything about him?
I guess I'm an old fogey, but I am always a bit shocked when young people in professional positions (like the one guy who's supposed to be a DHS attorney) have major tattage.
It's scripted, folks. Very obvious.
Ulysses is still hot as hell.
I tried watching the first episode but it was so ridiculously fake I gave up at the first commercial break. "The Soup" is having a blast making fun of this one and the clips they show are just hilariously awful.