A few comments about a bunch of things that were said here:
I wasn't sure if punting Andy Wang was the right decision at first, because it seemed a bit arbitrary and knee-jerk (of course, you won't ever get the full story on a reality show). But watching him waffle in front of Pulver convinced me that BJ was right. BJ fired him in brutal and spectacular fashion and Wang still would rather be on Penn's team than Pulver's? Dana should have kicked Wang off the show for the blatant disrespect he showed Jens.
Pulver's proven to be a pretty classy guy. The way he talked about his fight with Lauzon and the class he showed welcoming Wang to his team really impressed me.
Wang might be a good guy, but he's got to get his head right. First he disregards Penn's instruction (and completely came unglued when he lost because of it) and then he disrespects Pulver when he offers to take him in.
I don't get these guys (Gabe, Andy, the wall-jumper last season) who get on this show and don't commit to it. How many opportunities like this do you think you get in life? Maybe it's because I'm a little older, but I figure if the chance of a lifetime is in front of you, you don't f**k around.
And what's with Wang's talk about samurais and ronins? That's Japanese stuff, and isn't Wang a Chinese name?
Finally, is there one guy who wears his friggin' baseball cap straight on that show?
(Ok, I'm showing my age here. You kids stay off my lawn!)
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