Special guest, Verne Troyer, makes an appearance on Whose Line with improv legends Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie, along with guest comedian Nyima Funk.
Jim, Steve, Billy and Rodney go to a minor league baseball game. When Jim refuses to remove his hat for a patriotic anthem, a political melee ensues.
Jim drives everyone to a baseball game, where he explains that he only puts his baseball hat on at the start of the game.
On this episode of Cribs, actor and Austin Powers star Verne Troyer gives us a look into his petite LA living space. Then, we jet across town to fashion designer and icon Christian Audigier's Crib as he shows off his hotel inspired habitat. Finally, get up close and personal in the sin city spot New York Knick forward Al Harrington.
Host Joel McHale delivers his irreverent take on the latest celebrity, reality TV and pop culture news. This week, our snarky host takes a look at the hottest celebrity scandals to make headlines including rapper Kanye West's airport scuffle with shutterbugs, the Verne Troyer sex tape hitting the Internet, and the latest on the Miley Cyrus/Selena Gomez/Jonas Brothers love triangle. Also, get the ugly truth about Tyra Banks and see how the "Real World" is trying to rough it "Survivor" style. Then, the crew tunes into the strangest moments from "The Hills," "Big Brother," our own "Sunset Tan" and "Dr. 90210" and other hot shows.
This week, Olivia attempts to interview Verne Troyer about his "College" days (on a scooter!), Blair Butler brings the latest comics in Fresh Ink, we screen the hottest films from the East in Asian Underground, check out viral videos and more.
Host Joel McHale delivers his irreverent take on the latest celebrity, reality TV and pop culture news. This week, our snarky host takes a look at the latest Hollywood headlines including Verne Troyer's sex tape scandal, Michael Lohan's lovechild, Angelina's baby buzz and more. Also, see Kathie Lee Gifford go "Dog" hunting, Tila Tequila get tossed to the curb, and "America's Got Talent" gets creepy. Then, the crew tunes into the strangest moments from "Wipeout," "The Baby Borrowers," "American Gladiator" and other hot shows.
The Final Episode begins with only four contestants remaining. Inspired by the industry standard that true A-List celebrities have their pick of lucrative endorsement deals, the final challenge is to make a commercial. Representatives from goldenpalace.net, an online tutorial site for gambling, come to meet the remaining four cast members and give them the tools to make a 30- second commercial for the website. The winning spokesperson is safe from elimination and guaranteed a spot in the final two! The other three must participate in a secret ballot to vote one of the cast members off the show. This sends the house into a frenzy of scheming and backstabbing. It all comes to a head when the losing cast member decides not to leave without a fight... literally! The remaining two must play one more round of "Back to Reality" to see who will face the Commercial Challenge winner in the grand finale where Kathy Griffin, The Queen of the D-list, will decide who deserves to win the $100,000 prize and be invited back to the A-list!
The five remaining cast-mates are rewarded with an exclusive trip to meet the famous Mayor of Las Vegas. During the visit, the Mayor proclaims that day "Surreal Life Day" and the cast members are ecstatic. The cast returns home and learns of their next trial called "Fan Challenge." After an exhaustive search, our celebs' biggest fans have been brought to the house. In a test of ultimate endurance, these fan club presidents & diehard fanatics are given the mandate to keep their hand on their respective celebrity ALL DAY. If they remove their hand, they will be eliminated from the game. The first 3 celebrities that lose the game will be sent "Back to Reality." In this round, the contestants will view partial soundbites of their fellow cast-mates and will be asked to fill in the blank to win. The first two contests to successfully complete the phrases will be safe while the odd man will be out -- of luck and out of the house!
After a grueling day stuck inside the phone bank, the cast is told they have earned a day to relax poolside. But what they don't know is that this "day off" is actually a competition. As all real A-list celebrities know, you have to be on your game at all times and beware of paparazzi photographers. As our cast lounges by the pool, several photographers sneak around taking photographs of them unaware and unprepared. When the gang returns to the house, they are greeted by Chris Wilson of the infamous New York Post Page Six and find out that their poolside lay-about was really a competition. Chris proceeds to share the incriminating photos from the day -- exposed breasts, questionable embraces, visible butt cracks, etc. The three players that have the worst photos will be sent to the elimination game show, "Back to Reality," where one celebreality misfit will be sent home.
At this stage in the game 7 players remain. Team A-List and B-List are dissolved leaving each contestant alone in their battle for complete celebrity domination. For their first solo competition called the "Famous Friends Challenge," the cast-mates will be tested by the industry standard that equates the image of success, access and power to the little black book and 'who you know.' Armed with a bank of telephones, the players will compete in a telethon of sorts where they will call everyone and anyone they know that is famous. "I have Russell Simmons on the phone." "I've got Venus Williams." "Ludacris is on the line." In the end, pop culture commentator, Kennedy will come in and rank the top 50 celebrities in order of "fame." The contestant with the LEAST number of "famous" people on the phone list will be eliminated from the competition immediately.
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