“Whatever is in your mind comes out your mouth and it makes it that much more outrageous.” As homage to “The Dating Game,” the Laguna Woods version has one bachelor with three bachelorettes answering a series of questions.
"SNL" held off on starting its 42nd season until the first presidential debate aired, and it turned out to be the right move.
On this week’s “Saturday Night Live,” John Cena joined Vanessa Bayer and other cast members (including Beck Bennett and Kyle Mooney) as a game show host with a little more than most. “Well, I just have this thing to do for an hour, then I’m free,” Ryan replied. ” Here’s where the contestants began to interject, attempting to talk to the girl they’d been promised to compete for.
While hosting “Hook a Hunk,” Cena (as host Ryan Mack) managed to draw the attention of Bayer (as the bachelorette, Michelle) — who was supposed to be choosing one of the contestants — in ways he didn’t intend. “Well, for me, my favorite food is strawberries, because I’m sweet and I like to jam,” one said. “His last words were ‘Find the right girl’,” replied Cena, whistfully.
The rather complicated relationship between Steve Jobs and Bill Gates spanned nearly four decades.
Their love-hate affair had all the makings of a modern reality TV melodrama – an early partnership giving way to jealousy, intrigue, and alleged theft, not to mention Gates ultimately rescuing Apple from the edge of the oblivion so that Steve Jobs could rise again and eat Microsoft's lunch.