In last night’s finale, Moody Mindy lost out to the Penthouse Pet Taya. Mindy proved to be a terrible singer in one of the challenges and given that my 4 year-old can carry a tune better than I can, I felt a special kinship. Link to it and maybe I’ll call you up and sing “Every Rose Has Its Thorn.” You just won’t find this offer on other blogs.
Or maybe I was just somehow brainwashed by her deep Southern drawl. Fascination with the number of ways cleavage can be displayed. Amazement by how many open mouth kisses Bret can deliver in one episode.
"An ex-boyfriend is a lot like a living sex tape," he tells the posse.
"You never know when they're gonna surface and you never know how much you're gonna expose." Well, talk about separating the wheat from the chaff!
In the days following his headbanging demonstration, Michael's reps criticized the show for issuing statements that the singer had "missed his mark" and for making light of the situation.
(It should be noted that Poison - even CC De Ville - and the entire cast of Rock Of Ages had no problem hitting their marks.
brought a hilarious take to dating competition series.
Each week the women face challenges, the winner of which gets to go on a date with Michaels.
Meanwhile, Kami voluntarily gets off the bus, Kelsey learns that speedbumps are always there for you in tough times, and Taya's real name is Laurie! Mindy is the MVP and quite possibly is devirginized as a reward.
Bret gets some sad news on the road, and shows some common sense in realizing that a bus full of skanks is not the best environment for someone who's just lost a family member.
Brittanya takes this chance to assault Heather with fists and spit, so Bret decides her tour will stop here.
Then he asks Ashley, whose ex is really not an ex at so much as a current boyfriend, if she's ready to have a relationship with him. - The girls show their skills at belly flopping into a tub of beer and working the pole at the first annual Truck Stop Games.