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There are two new Howie Do It episodes tonight. The first episode was Law & Order style.The first prank was a guy was “framed” to be a murderer. He happened to wear a bunny suit, just like the killer. Poor guy was drilled by Vic Cohen to confess 😆 The other prank that I like on that episode was a guy was going to be on a new Judge show, where he had to decide who deserved to get a heart donation: a teacher who’s relative to the donor or a “pending” criminal who was a smoker, but was on the recipient list for 4 years.

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This week’s race was in Thailand, all teams boarded to the same flight to Phuket. Michael & Mark who were last team on the last leg, dashed so fast they led the race. They were given a clue, a picture of a gorilla, which was on Phuket Zoo where they would find their next clue. Only Mel & Mike got lost, their taxi driver drove them to beach so they lost a lot of time.

On the zoo, they had to take a picture with a tiger and perform with an elephant. Then they had to go to a herb store, where they had to guess which 6 of 99 drawers had the next clue. Jamie & Cara went to the herb store first, but they kept on guessing the wrong drawer, they became the last (except Mel & Mike) to finish the task. This challenge really brought up the bad side of the girls. Frustrated, they became a little rude to the old man.

The next leg was a detour: 100 barrels or 2 miles. Mark & Michael and Tammy & Victor chose 2 miles, whereas Jen & Kisha, Margie & Luke, and Jamie & Cara chose 100 barrels. But, because they got lost, Jamie & Cara followed by Margie & Luke switched to 2 miles. Mark & Michael who got there first, tried to slow down the other teams by putting the tools on the box. Then they hired a taxi driver to lead them to their destination. Therefore, even though they arrived to the pitstop first, they were given 60 minutes penalty.

Tammy & Victor and Jamie & Cara were the 2nd and 3rd team to arrive at the pitstop, but they arrived before Mark & Michael’s penalty was over, so they became 1st and 2nd team. Margie & Luke became the 4th team to arrive. Jen & Kisha did the detour slow so that Mel & Mike could catch up with them. So it was a race between them. Jen & Kisha finished first, but at usual, they got lost. In the end, they still managed to arrive at the pitstop first, so Mel & Mike were eliminated.

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Posted on: February 13, 2009

My fave prank tonight on Howie Do It was the one where he put make up on some girls and turned them into clowns 😆 Not only that, he took the girls to the mall and asked them to walk inside. I couldn’t stop laughing. Overall, I like almost every prank on tonight’s show. Just like last week, the 2nd half hour was a rerun, but I get to watch the guy who ran away from “fake” police: Larry.

Many people have been trying to find out who the winner of Burn Notice Covert Ops sweepstakes that started half a year ago. I myself have been wondering the same thing, however, I haven’t heard any news about it. Maybe they only contacted the winners and they decided not to announce the winners? Also, maybe the winner wasn’t eligible, so the grand prize give away was nullified. Either way, I don’t know what’s going on, but they’re now starting new Covert Ops sweepstakes again. It has been started since January 22 when the 2nd part of the 2nd season begun airing. If you’re interested in playing, here’s the link to play: http://www.burnnoticeops.com/ Good luck 🙂

Continuing the Hulu Award Nomination, this week is the last week that we are going to have new categories. Starting from next week, we’ll just going to vote for winners 🙂 Anyways, this week the theme is the best of the best. Basically, we are going to nominate the Best Movie, Best Scripted TV Show, and Best Unscripted TV Shows from runners from various genres. Also this week: we are nominating the Best Clip (comedy and non-comedy). It might be tough to pick just one, but don’t worry you can nominate more than one. So comment away 🙂 Here it goes:

1. Best Movie and the eligible nominees are:

Comedies:
Eddie Murphy: Raw
Ghostbusters
Men In Black
Raising Arizona
Three Amigos

Drama:
The Karate Kid
Lost in Translation
Of Mice and Men
Sense and Sensibility
Sleepless in Seattle

Science Fiction:
The Fifth Element
Planet of the Apes
Starship Troopers
The Thing

Horror:
28 Days Later
Christine
Naked Lunch
When a Stranger Calls

Documentary:
Africa: The Serengeti
Burger Town
Cosmic Voyage
Hoop Dreams
Split: A Divided America

Family:
Dragonheart
Jumanji

Classic:
Night of the Living Dead
Pride of the Yankees
Some Like It Hot
Wuthering Heights

2. Best Scripted TV Show and the eligible nominees are:

Comedies:
30 Rock
Arrested Development
The Office
Saturday Night Live
The Simpsons

Drama:
Bones
Burn Notice
ER
Friday Night Lights
House

Action:
24
Chuck
Journeyman
Prison Break

80s Shows:
Alf
The A-Team
Benson
The Facts of Life
Married With Children

70s Shows:
Barney Miller
The Bob Newhart Show
Charlie’s Angels
I Dream of Jeannie
The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Cartoon:
Family Guy
Futurama
King of the Hill
Wallace and Grommit

Anime:
Astro Boy
Death Note
Mushi-shi
Naruto
Speed Racer

Cartoon:
Family Guy
Futurama
King of the Hill
Wallace and Grommit

Classic:
Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Bewitched
The Dick Van Dyke Show

Scifi/Fantasy:
Firefly
Angel
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Battlestar Galactica
Fringe

3. Best Unscripted TV Show and the eligible nominees are:

Competitive Reality:
The Biggest Loser
Hell’s Kitchen
Last Comic Standing
Project Runway
Top Chef
Make Me A Supermodel

Celebrity Driven Reality:
Clean House
The Girls Next Door
Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D List
Kitchen Nightmares
Tim Gunn’s Guide to Style

Non-competitive Reality:
30 Days
America’s Most Wanted
Destination Truth
Ghost Hunters
Queer Eye
Pressure Cook

Travel/Leisure:
After Hours With Daniel
Any Given Latitude
Bikini Destinations
The Rachel Zoe Project
Uncorked

Cooking/Food:
30 Minute Meals
Ace of Cakes
Good Eats

Sports:
American Gladiators
Firsthand
NHL
Ninja Warrior
A Shot at Glory

4-5. Best Clip (Comedy) & Best Clip (non-Comedy). For these categories, we don’t have an official list of eligible nominees, so it’s up to you and me to choose proposed nominees. If you know of any clip on Hulu that deserves some recognition, just post the name of the clip in the comments section. With a large number of clips on hulu, you can just search your memory banks or click here for comedy and here for non-comedy. By the way, clips of TV shows can also be nominated.

Okay, that’s the newest and last categories on Hulu Award. Next week, we are narrowing down the proposed nominees from all categories. Also, you can also still nominate from last week (and the week before)’s categories. Just go down a couple posts, or you can click on hulu-award tag, or you can vote at TheHuluReview.blogspot.com. Each category is conveniently listed in the upper right corner of the main page. Happy voting/commenting 😀


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