Could the producers over at Survivor do America a favor and hand out sports bras to all the ladies? I realize their little "Let's drop them off with the clothes on their back right this very second" trick is kind of shocking and fun. But, honestly, watching that mud pit challenge with ladies without proper support was kind of sad. Chick that scored the first point last night did it without a top on. Which, if you're male, might sound kinda hot, but it's really not. Mainly because they blur it out. But also, because she didn't know and she's just trying to roll a ball and what on Earth. Give the chicks sports bras already.
I'm glad the wrestler chick got voted out. I'm not saying the other guy on her team, Dave, isn't annoying. Because, dude, way annoying. Not to mention bad people skills. But you can't vote your guys out. The other team has Aaron the mega stud and grave digger superhuman dude. You'll need all the help you can get to beat them. Plus, the wrestler chick was annoying to live with. That's always the kiss of death on Survivor. And so is wearing a bandana for a shirt.
The Office was also on last night. Can I get a boo-yah on Jim and Pam finally dating! So sweet! And they're not allowed to break up. None of that stupid Friends "we were on a break" crap. Memo to The Office producers: Think of something else to do with them besides breaking up. Have Pam get pregnant. Have Jim contract a vicious skin condition. Have leprachauns fly in a window and take the entire office hostage. Just don't torture us with random breakups.
And finally, the ultimate guilty pleasure, America's Next Top Model. The evil hags on there need to stop making fun of the girl with Asperger's syndrome. If you watch the show you know Asperger's is a mild form of autism that makes socializing very difficult. You would most likely know that from watching the show because they've beaten us over the head with that info about a million times. I wasn't rooting for her initially. I mean she's pretty and I definitely think she's overcome challenges. But everything felt a little too after school special-ish. Not that I have anything against after school specials. Watched plenty in my time. But I change the channel on them now. I'm anti establishment like that.
But last night several hags didn't have the decency to make sure Heather was out of earshot before they started trashing her. Suddenly I'm on her side. Back off, catty wenches. And I like how the Yale girl wants us to know she doesn't talk about Heather behind her back. Because that's wrong. It's okay, however, to sit there and listen to other people trash her without telling them to shut up. Very nice. Go, Heather! See, how committed I am. I've even learned your name. All the other brunnettes are still no name blurs to me. You go, girl.