7.01.2010

Yet Again, I'm Glad I No Longer Have Cable



So far as I can tell, this is not a joke. Well, it is a joke, but wasn't intended as such. Ima go rock back and forth in a corner and cry now.
Bonus points for the truly ridiculous descriptions available in the episode guide plus the suggestion that viewers might also enjoy shows about ancient aliens.

Hilariously, I think I was one of many people who received email invitations to apply/audition for a place on the show. I'm fairly certain I read the message, giggled, and deleted it, but I'll have to dig through old archives to be sure, just in case there's some added hilarity.

Another silver lining to my lack of cable access is probably the fact that it will keep me from live-blogging the shows via Twitter and getting sued. :P

6 comments:

Bookewyrme said...

O_o
And people wonder why I scoff at the History channel.

~Lia

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irisphnx said...

I saw that promo last night and immediately thought of you! Like, in a omg she's gonna rip that apart from here to eternity sort of way. I might have to watch it just to slip you little tidbits. Now when is it on...

Chip said...

It's like West Coast Choppers with mummies. Zahi Hawass just needs a walrus mustache.

Chip said...

Also, if you had actually gone on the show, it would have elevated the show from "ridiculously unwatchable" to "awesome on stilts".

Kat said...

If you want to spend at least an hour or so giggling, go to youtube and look up the audition videos. There are a ton of them up there, including dramatic reenactments of the Lamentations of Isis. Much amusement to be had.