MTV's "WakeBrothers" premiered last night with two episodes (watch them both online here). The full-hour basically proved that we've all made the wrong life choices, and that pro wakeboarder brothers Phil and Bob Soven (the ginger) are living right. At 23 and 20 respectively, the two party and make homemade boarding rails, often with bikini babes looking on, at their lakeside house. (Not only is Phil the #1 ranked wakeboarder in the world, but he's generous, letting his younger bro live in his house).
They may be more athletic and successful than all of us, but let's put aside our searing envy for a moment to learn from them. The first two episodes focused on setting the guys up on a date. First, older brother Phil convinced his girlfriend to get her friend to go on a date with the rambunctious Bob. And here are our first lessons, care of Bob:
1. Don't wear a caveman suit on a first date...or ever.
Or as Bob called it, the silver short suit (SSS): no sleeves, pants cut into shorts. Needless to say, the girl wasn't tearing it off him at the end of the night. Because she was gone.
"Guy Code" is officially back with Season 2 kicking off last night. In preparation for the next helping of our favorite show, we wondered about the topics for this season, looked very (very) closely at sexy photos of cast-member Melanie Iglesias and now we're rolling out this list of Guy Code violations in pop culture. Beginning with...
1. The Rule: No drinking 'til you puke
The Violator: Ronnie from "Jersey Shore." Back when the Jersey Shore crew was in Miami, before they were megastars, Ronnie fell out of bed and started puking "like The Exorcist" after a particularly intense night of beating up the beat. He also puked into a shopping bag on a later season. We can't imagine Ron-Ron Juice tastes good on the way back out. We can't imagine it tastes good on the way in, come to think of it.
"Jersey Shore" cast-member and "Guy Code" commentator Vinny Guadagnino previously caused some head-scratching with the giant "Let Go Let God" script on his chest. But now he's showing the rest of his "J-Shore" cohorts that he's the Tat King of the house. Sorry Pauly D, sorry JWOWW, but the title's locked up for now. Vinny has now added a massive backplate to go with the words. As you can see above in the photo he tweeted, he added a giant (asymmetrical?) heart radiating with streaks, making him like some sort of guido version of Tenderheart Bear (which isn't an insult because who doesn't love the Care Bears?) Also, it looks super painful. All that Tenderheart ink on the tender sternum area?
Anyway, we can't wait to see what his Jersey housemates have to say about it.
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After months of speculation about the new season of "Guy Code," we finally have answers to some of the burning questions that have been plaguing us: Will Dean Edwards still be off his rocker? Will Jon Gabrus still wear those weirdly awesome t-shirts? Will the girls be as hot as we remember them? Luckily, the answers to all these questions are "HELL YES," judging by the trailer for season two, which premieres on July 17 at 11/10c. We're psyched to hear from the experts on everything from jealousy to being single, but below are the topics that we're most looking forward to this season. Plus, watch the new trailer at the bottom.
Earlier this year, we updated you on the whereabouts of our favorite sitcom neighbors. Some, like Jaleel White (Steve Urkel) were still angling for fame, while others like Andrea Barber (Kimmy Gibbler) had all but disappeared into an existence more like yours and mine. At the time, details were scant about Gibbler's post-"Full House" life, which really disappointed us, because we secretly had a crush on Kimmy Gibbler. Admit it, despite her obnoxious hijinks, back in the day you fantasized about her and Gia fighting over you. We won't judge.
Anyway, we now have a visual! Turns out Barber is an ambassador for the Summer Mixtape Festival, a two-day music fest in Hershey, PA. And this being Breaking Babe, we have to mention that she looks pretty good. So why is she the spokesperson for an obscure music fest? Because in addition to being named after something nostalgic from the '90s (mixtapes), the event is packed with some of the biggest acts from that strange decade: LL Cool J, NKOTBSB (New Kids On The Block + Backstreet Boys), 98 Degrees.
So here's proof that Gibbler is alive and well, dropping F-bombs and chugging wine just like we pictured her adult years.
Hollywood is a small town and it seems even smaller when you learn two stars went to the same high school. Did their home towns pump star juice into the water fountains? Were their plays considered off off off Broadway? Did agents attend their talent shows? If we had known schools like this existed, we would've given our kidneys to attend one and drink from the fountains of famous juice. Instead we went to dumb Regular People High School. Thanks mom and dad!
Some famous high school stars even stayed buddies after graduation (or dropping out) and helped each other achieve success. Anybody familiar with Matt and Ben? It's a nice story, but we think it’s even more interesting when stars take different paths and end up bumping into each other at their 10 year reunion. Here are some examples of that:
"This...is 'SportsCenter.'" Chances are you just read that in the voice of the man pictured above. Chances are you've also never seen him before, but he's the owner of the voice that was with you when you stayed home from school. And when you killed time in a hotel room. And when you quickly flipped the station after someone walked in on you watching scrambled Spice Channel.
For some reason ESPN recently unveiled Chris Kelley, the man responsible for the iconic timbre, and here he is in action:
Gah! That was jarring. We liked it better not knowing. It's like when you're at the gym staring at a girl on an elliptical in front of you. She's perfect. You're in love. And you're glad you can't see her face because it can't live up to your expectations.
ANYWAY, Kelley isn't the first famous voice to reveal his identity after a lifetime of anonymous voice work. Here are eight other famous voices matched with the unknown faces responsible for them.
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For those of you unfamiliar with the hilariously weird FX show "Wilfred"--the second season premieres tonight-- here's a primer: Elijah Wood's character, Ryan, is suffering an existential crisis. Just as he "snaps," his hot neighbor comes over and asks him to watch her dog Wilfred. But Ryan sees Wilfred as a brusque Australian man in a dog suit. Myriad dick jokes, bong hits and even a few psychological twists ensue.
In the role of "hot neighbor Jenna" is Fiona Gubelmann. Inside the world of the show, she's Wilfred's owner, so the dog-man enjoys all kinds of benefits like sleeping in her lap, licking her, having her rub his stomach and pick up his s***...all the good stuff. But outside of the world of "Wilfred", we don't know much about Ms. Gubelmann. Apparently she was once a pre-med major, which probably caused fellow nerds to sweat all over their Erlenmeyer flasks.
Anyway, below we've compiled all you need to know about her:
"Real World: St. Thomas" premieres tonight at 10/9 c and in an effort to prepare you (see: "8 Greatest Crazy Girls From 'Real World'") we've put together a list of the eight greatest bros from the past decade of the show. These are the guys with overly-manicured body hair and a surplus of self-confidence. They're often meatheads, athletes and ladies' men, and they're typically the most entertaining people on "Real World" when girly drama gets to be too much. After all, every fight can be resolved by chillin' in the pool while discussing chest waxing habits, right? Keep calm and bro on.
"Real World: St. Thomas" premieres this Wednesday at 10/9c, and we can't wait to see the new crop of wild kids that will embarrass themselves on TV every week for our summer entertainment. There are a few certain things you can expect from every season of "Real World," like someone cheating on their boyfriend/girlfriend, someone getting sent to the hospital and someone being kicked out of the house, or at least threatened to be kicked out. And, of course, each house always has (at least) one resident crazy chick. These are the girls who, though usually the hottest ones, are also the most likely to experience "Jennifer's Body"-level rage blackouts. After a careful selection process, we give you eight of our favorite wild ladies from the past 10 years of "Real World."