Catfish: The TV Show

I’m down with back problems. I can barely move without my fantastic medications, so I’m lying in bed. The Cat walks by and steps on the remote. 

Here comes “Catfish: The TV Show.” I’m figuring this has got to be gold, so I’m watching this mess. This catfish story is about a woman named Kenyonnah who thinks she’s met the rapper Bow Wow. This alleged Bow Wow is messaging her back and forth, but can’t get video to work for some reason. Not only that, this person has sent her $10,000. She now wants to find out who the person is, so she calls in the catfish crew.

First off, who gives a damn whether they are real or not? He/she/it has sent you $10,000! Let them keep sending you money, you don’t have to give up your (body) and you want to know if they are real? As long as the money is real, who cares?

Don’t people go to school anymore? This Kenyonnah must be Texas-educated, where they want to teach your kids straight out of the Bible and remain ignorant about everything else. She must not have parents either, because my mom would have knocked some sense into me. My dad would have laughed at me … until the money came in. Either way, it’s ridiculous. It’s entertainment. Without doubt, it’s some chick trying to talk to this girl Kenyonnah. 

Too funny, Kenyonnah (who by the way is a part time model and is kind of hot) herself says “who in their right mind would send someone this kind of money?” Yes, their right mind. It can’t be true. A plane ticket and concert ticket would be cheaper. 

What I find interesting is the method by which they do research. They not only use the Internet, they use their resources at MTV to uncover whether these connections in the entertainment industry are real. They tell the girl and she’s crying. She thought she had found true love with a rapper nicknamed Bow Wow over the Internet. WTF is wrong with her?

I’m like oh, too bad. You only have $10,000 to fall back on. Usually in the catfish business, she’d have sent the catfish $10,000 and be broke AF. 

You know, if I didn’t work with the military, I’d have no idea of what young people do to each other. 

This is kind of cool. The catfish says to meet them in Atlanta. They drive from North Carolina, where Keyonnah lives. It’s not a crappy neighborhood that Bow Wow’s alleged cousin lives in, either. 

Surprise, but it’s not Bow Wow. It’s a boy-like female. A rapper named “Dee Pimpin.”  Keyonnah is freaking out. The voice she heard was the boy-like girl’s cousin. The interesting thing is, the female is looking like a dude. In fact, the female is saying she’s been with other women who think she IS a dude. Keyonnah is crushed.

You are thinking “no way.” But the crew and Keyonnah are on their way back to Dee Pimpin’s place. They are actually talking civil to each other.

I bet myself a dollar that this Keyonnah ends up with this Dee character. Hah, Keyonnah already said they can work on a friendship. Meaning after this show ends, keep sending cash. Dee Pimpin is thinking there’s always a chance. Sexuality is fluid, except for men.

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I love sports. I don't love the hype, homerism, ratings talk, self-important egomaniacs, bias or any of the other nonsense you get with the national media. Nor will you get the two clowns on sports talk radio who stage phony arguments. It doesn't make it entertaining. It makes it time to turn on your iPod and jam instead of listening to white noise generators. This is the sports blog for you, the ones who don't like everything Los Angeles or New York. Just because the sporting media is based there doesn't mean we have to like their teams. We do treat them fairly, though. That means if one of those cities has an average QB who plays particularly well...we'll note it. If they're garbage, we'll say so. Instead of crying "why, why, why" like a certain sports media homer did in his radio broadcast. This isn't my job...I have a real one. Nevertheless, I'll post here when I make an observation. Common sense in sports is nearly dead. Now we're attempting to bring it back.
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1 Response to Catfish: The TV Show

  1. I guess there’s a marathon of Catfish: The TV Show today. This girl was trying to see this guy she had met over MySpace and then Facebook, for six years. She had met a real dude who said it was ok for her to meet the dude she met on MySpace.
    It turned out everything the dude she had met on MySpace was true, and he looked just like he had in the pictures he had sent! It’s not a catfish, he’s a real person! The dude, Elijah, is actually somewhat well known because of contact he had made with Christina Grimmie. I wonder if she’s going to ditch her real life boyfriend for this guy.
    Crazy talk. Catfish: It’s a real person for once. I just thought you all should know.

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