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(Some Guy) Audio Double Dare's Marc Summers gets honest about his career   (manschoolshow.com) divider line 35
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2013-12-05 09:56:24 AM
Restaurant Impossible is good TV. I hate Marc Summers. His smarmy, goody-two-shoes schtick just turns me off.

But dammit if I don't love watching Restaurant Impossible.
 
2013-12-05 10:00:35 AM
What does this have to do with Paul Walker?

/dnrtfa
 
2013-12-05 10:21:59 AM
It is equivalent to dog diarrhea fused with curry and lice?
 
2013-12-05 10:24:48 AM
I'm going to ask you a question. If you don't know the answer or think the other team doesn't have a clue, you can 'dare' them to answer it for double the dollars. But be careful, because they can always double dare you back for four times the amount - and then you either have to answer the question or take a Physical Challenge.
 
2013-12-05 10:27:53 AM
He produces like what, half the shows on food network now?
 
2013-12-05 10:31:48 AM

mjones73: He produces like what, half the shows on food network now?


Yeah, at this point I think you have to refer to him as "Unwrapped's" Marc Summers.
 
2013-12-05 10:46:18 AM
Who?
 
2013-12-05 10:47:25 AM
Oh, yeah.  This deserved to go green.
 
2013-12-05 10:49:21 AM
The one thing I hated most about Double Dare was the farking floors. That stuff got slippery quick and it looked like a pain in the ass for the kids doing it. They could have given them a little traction instead of those lame reeboks.
 
2013-12-05 11:00:16 AM
extras.mnginteractive.com

"How unhappy?"
"I'd say about as unhappy as a guy with OCD hosting a game show where children wallow in crap."
 
2013-12-05 11:10:44 AM
Wait, I am cofused. We ... "hate" double dare?

Because if we hate Double Dare this world isn;t worth living in anymore.
 
2013-12-05 11:14:43 AM

Crudbucket: What does this have to do with Paul Walker?

/dnrtfa


what does that have to do with kim and kanye?
 
2013-12-05 11:19:57 AM

groppet: The one thing I hated most about Double Dare was the farking floors. That stuff got slippery quick and it looked like a pain in the ass for the kids doing it. They could have given them a little traction instead of those lame reeboks.


I always shouted at the tv when the dipshiats were stepping in goo. it's like it never occurred to anyone to walk up a slide using the clean side rails.
 
2013-12-05 11:35:40 AM

Jim from Saint Paul: Wait, I am cofused. We ... "hate" double dare?

Because if we hate Double Dare this world isn;t worth living in anymore.


Agreed.

Insert Farnsworth-ILikeThisPlanet-YouGetOff.jpg
 
2013-12-05 11:39:10 AM

Fano: groppet: The one thing I hated most about Double Dare was the farking floors. That stuff got slippery quick and it looked like a pain in the ass for the kids doing it. They could have given them a little traction instead of those lame reeboks.

I always shouted at the tv when the dipshiats were stepping in goo. it's like it never occurred to anyone to walk up a slide using the clean side rails.


How about when they crossed the monkey bars one bar at a time?
 
2013-12-05 11:44:32 AM

KingKauff: Fano: groppet: The one thing I hated most about Double Dare was the farking floors. That stuff got slippery quick and it looked like a pain in the ass for the kids doing it. They could have given them a little traction instead of those lame reeboks.

I always shouted at the tv when the dipshiats were stepping in goo. it's like it never occurred to anyone to walk up a slide using the clean side rails.

How about when they crossed the monkey bars one bar at a time?


You're reminding me of rage from my childhood only equalled by watching the kids on the Toys R Us toyrun and picking up goddamned stuffed animals instead of heading straight to the electronic section and cleaning it out.
 
2013-12-05 11:52:02 AM

Fano: KingKauff: Fano: groppet: The one thing I hated most about Double Dare was the farking floors. That stuff got slippery quick and it looked like a pain in the ass for the kids doing it. They could have given them a little traction instead of those lame reeboks.

I always shouted at the tv when the dipshiats were stepping in goo. it's like it never occurred to anyone to walk up a slide using the clean side rails.

How about when they crossed the monkey bars one bar at a time?

You're reminding me of rage from my childhood only equalled by watching the kids on the Toys R Us toyrun and picking up goddamned stuffed animals instead of heading straight to the electronic section and cleaning it out.


I had forgotten about that. Now I'm about to go Mr. Furious here!
 
2013-12-05 11:55:58 AM

Fano: KingKauff: Fano: groppet: The one thing I hated most about Double Dare was the farking floors. That stuff got slippery quick and it looked like a pain in the ass for the kids doing it. They could have given them a little traction instead of those lame reeboks.

I always shouted at the tv when the dipshiats were stepping in goo. it's like it never occurred to anyone to walk up a slide using the clean side rails.

How about when they crossed the monkey bars one bar at a time?

You're reminding me of rage from my childhood only equalled by watching the kids on the Toys R Us toyrun and picking up goddamned stuffed animals instead of heading straight to the electronic section and cleaning it out.


That drove me crazy.  And back then, Toys R Us had slips of paper you pulled off a tab in order to get the games up front in a bullet proof room.  In my "I won the super toy run" fantasy, I always pictured myself just pulling all the tabs off.
 
2013-12-05 12:08:35 PM

no shirt no shoes: Fano: KingKauff: Fano: groppet: The one thing I hated most about Double Dare was the farking floors. That stuff got slippery quick and it looked like a pain in the ass for the kids doing it. They could have given them a little traction instead of those lame reeboks.

I always shouted at the tv when the dipshiats were stepping in goo. it's like it never occurred to anyone to walk up a slide using the clean side rails.

How about when they crossed the monkey bars one bar at a time?

You're reminding me of rage from my childhood only equalled by watching the kids on the Toys R Us toyrun and picking up goddamned stuffed animals instead of heading straight to the electronic section and cleaning it out.

That drove me crazy.  And back then, Toys R Us had slips of paper you pulled off a tab in order to get the games up front in a bullet proof room.  In my "I won the super toy run" fantasy, I always pictured myself just pulling all the tabs off.


That was precisely my plan as a kid, filling one cart with those paper slips.
 
2013-12-05 12:24:56 PM
Never forget the Boy Scout Rule of Ds.
 
2013-12-05 12:35:18 PM

KingKauff: Fano: KingKauff: Fano: groppet: The one thing I hated most about Double Dare was the farking floors. That stuff got slippery quick and it looked like a pain in the ass for the kids doing it. They could have given them a little traction instead of those lame reeboks.

I always shouted at the tv when the dipshiats were stepping in goo. it's like it never occurred to anyone to walk up a slide using the clean side rails.

How about when they crossed the monkey bars one bar at a time?

You're reminding me of rage from my childhood only equalled by watching the kids on the Toys R Us toyrun and picking up goddamned stuffed animals instead of heading straight to the electronic section and cleaning it out.

I had forgotten about that. Now I'm about to go Mr. Furious here!


Me and my brother had a plan if we won and that was part of it. I almost won the toyrun once in a drawing. I ended up with a $50 gift certificate.
 
2013-12-05 12:45:10 PM
My frustration with double dare was watching the braindead families they had as contestants. I was 9 years old and I would have cleaned house on that damn show.
 
2013-12-05 01:12:28 PM
Seriously, NO ONE figured out you could dare on a hard question you knew the answer to, get the double dare back, then answer for 4x the dollars?
 
2013-12-05 01:15:57 PM

RevRaven: I'm going to ask you a question. If you don't know the answer or think the other team doesn't have a clue, you can 'dare' them to answer it for double the dollars. But be careful, because they can always double dare you back for four times the amount - and then you either have to answer the question or take a Physical Challenge.


Goodness, I miss Nick Reboot. :(
 
2013-12-05 01:24:35 PM

Twitch Boy: Seriously, NO ONE figured out you could dare on a hard question you knew the answer to, get the double dare back, then answer for 4x the dollars?


I remember a couple teams employing that strategy once or twice. They cleaned up big time.
 
2013-12-05 01:34:03 PM

KingKauff: Fano: KingKauff: Fano: groppet: The one thing I hated most about Double Dare was the farking floors. That stuff got slippery quick and it looked like a pain in the ass for the kids doing it. They could have given them a little traction instead of those lame reeboks.

I always shouted at the tv when the dipshiats were stepping in goo. it's like it never occurred to anyone to walk up a slide using the clean side rails.

How about when they crossed the monkey bars one bar at a time?

You're reminding me of rage from my childhood only equalled by watching the kids on the Toys R Us toyrun and picking up goddamned stuffed animals instead of heading straight to the electronic section and cleaning it out.

I had forgotten about that. Now I'm about to go Mr. Furious here!


Nothing will ever top the idiocy of this one kid on Legends of the Hidden Temple who lost about 1/3 of her time on the Temple Run because she didn't know the doors opened when you pushed the button next to them.
 
2013-12-05 02:02:03 PM
Fireproof:

Nothing will ever top the idiocy of this one kid on Legends of the Hidden Temple who lost about 1/3 of her time on the Temple Run because she didn't know the doors opened when you pushed the button next to them.

This should take your mind off of it.

Olmec: Sex Therapist

http://www.collegehumor.com/video/1165138/
 
2013-12-05 02:06:06 PM
Because nostalgia.
 
2013-12-05 04:06:22 PM
Just finished listening to the whole interview in the background at work -- really good stuff, definitely an interesting listen.
 
2013-12-05 05:27:03 PM

Smelly McUgly: RevRaven: I'm going to ask you a question. If you don't know the answer or think the other team doesn't have a clue, you can 'dare' them to answer it for double the dollars. But be careful, because they can always double dare you back for four times the amount - and then you either have to answer the question or take a Physical Challenge.

Goodness, I miss Nick Reboot. :(


Its still there, along with Toonamiaftermath as well
 
2013-12-05 05:42:46 PM
fun fact, my first wife was a contestant on double dare when she was a kid..

she made it to the obsticle course thing but blew it on the big hamster wheel thing.

what could she do? she probably weighed about 75 pounds at the time, damn wheel wouldnt budge when she got on it.
 
2013-12-05 05:43:16 PM
He started his career as a kid magician in Indianapolis by the name of Mark Much. Doing a kiddie show.
 
2013-12-05 05:51:30 PM
It was physically challenging listening to that whole interview.
 
2013-12-05 06:30:37 PM
Is it weird for me to not be able to take anyone who spells their name "Marc" seriously?

/MARK dammit
 
2013-12-06 09:21:36 AM

Cerebral Knievel: fun fact, my first wife was a contestant on double dare when she was a kid..

she made it to the obsticle course thing but blew it on the big hamster wheel thing.

what could she do? she probably weighed about 75 pounds at the time, damn wheel wouldnt budge when she got on it.


See, now THAT is what I never understood. Who chooses the order of who does what? Because if the parents get to even have an idea of what the obstacles are and they choose the order, then shame on those idiots. If the parents have no say, then shame on the producres of the show.
 
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