Sunday, September 21, 2008

TV: AMERICA'S TOUGHEST JOBS "MONSTER TRUCKS"


Now in the lower 48, the contestants take on the task of monster trucks in "Season 1 Ep. 4" of "America's Toughest Jobs".

Finally, the contestants are out of Sarah Palin territory and in California. For a while there I thought all the toughest jobs were just going to be in Alaska. The episode starts off with that guy who said he was homeless as a child talking about being homeless as a child and the only thing that got him through it was playing with his toy monster trucks. He weeps like a baby and tells the camera that he is going to kick ass in this episode. Of course he doesn't, and the ones who actually kick some ass, are the women as usual.

We find out that it's pretty easy to drive a monster truck. As long as you know when to stop and go, which is pretty easy since you have lights to tell you, then you can drive one. This seems to fly over the heads of all the guys who try to be tough including the crying guy. We learn a little bit more about Rie that puts the crying guy's story to shame. We also learn that a first year monster truck driver makes twice as more than a high school history teacher which made my high school history teacher girlfriend Kelly's mouth drop to the floor.

Mostly the guys who try to act all tough are the ones who end up in the bottom 4 and the one who goes home will not surprise you but will give you a good laugh, especially when you find out at the end what they are up to now.

AMERICA'S TOUGHEST JOBS "MONSTER TRUCKS": 6 OUT OF 10


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