Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Masterpiece Theater

(Dick's Sporting Goods. Good name, but great for everything you need in every season. From bikes to jackets, they have everything at Dick's Sporting Goods.)

VO:  This is GSN The Know. The most informed and entertained blog in the United  States of America. Now live from his manor, Pierre Jason Kelly.

Me: Yes, here I am. Quarantined until October for tuberculosis, but stayed home to watch GSN. And I am here to talk about it. The reaction of 2 rarities kicks off...

The Starting Line.

All-Star Secrets and Babble come to the network soon. To do that, we went to Casey Abell and I've read his article and he said:

"I have no clue what’s happening here. It's hard to believe GSN will just drop these shows on the unsuspecting audience. So I speculate that somebody like Wink Martindale – YouTube's specialist in game show rarities – will introduce these selections. This is pure speculation, mind you, based on no inside info beyond the schedule itself."

Which brings us to this question: How did the network sneak both in the first place?

As far as the GSNN blogspot page is concerned, Darryl Darylmple chimed in with....

"I hope they air Mindreaders and the 1987 pilot of Family Feud when Ray Combs started to host."

Maybe. But when the 2 start to air, expect something to happen. Even one on Facebook says:

"I found out on another forum that there is speculation that it may have to do with a block sponsored by Tylenol, and may be organized by Wink Martindale and GSN, which explains the Babble pilot clips on YouTube - could be a teaser of what could be coming on GSN, even if just for one night only.  Maybe this is a one-hour block that will be aired on Sunday nights in the weeks leading up to GSN's 20th anniversary on the air.  That anniversary is fast approaching - it will be less than two months away by that time."

And if the network turns 20, expect more of it, period.

But something tells me it's the Yay & Yawn of September.

The yay: Classics make a bold move. Will they work?

The Yawn: Idiotest fizzling out. Maybe it was too easy to call it a game.

After the break, we wanna know who won Skin Wars? It'll all be revealed after the break.

First Energizer Bunny Commercial:

Well after 8 weeks of bodypainting, Skin Wars crowned it's first winner. For it's last first challenge, Dutch took something 3-d and won beauty supplies for a year, but for one last challenge, they tackled a theme. The winner was...........................................................................Natalie who took home the grand prize. And they all lived happily ever after.


Moving right along, I heard a rumor.....

...that Chain Reaction may return in the form of a 1-hour show. Should've kept it half hour. As far as ITAC goes, they're casting it. As for was fun while it lasted. Best show GSN ever aired in history.

And from the GSNN blogspot page, GSN gives their raw predictions for next year.

Say kids, let's do the 2nd intermission presented by Marie Miller with an ode to an average NBA player's height.

Marie Miller - 6'2 (Official Music Video):

Watch your head now, it's the third period.

When Skin Wars wanted to go on the air, nobody and I meant nobody was going to watch it, but brother....and sister, Skin Wars burned through like a house on fire. The reason: Bodypainting for all to see. Every viewer saw something eye-popping and GSN made their ratings topple beating out Idiotest during the run of it's show making the latter somewhat unwatchable. As for the second season...we don't know just yet, but we promise it'll be a sophomore slump once it gets here.

Well what can you say, Ariana Grande? We're done. Today's blog is presented by the viewers of Skin Wars. Makes naked bodies.....oh, nevermind.

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