Monday, January 16, 2006

Nice Guys Finish Last On Reality Show One Upmanship

PASADENA, Calif. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Some guys will do anything to win a bet with a friend, even hire a kid with Down’s Syndrome to play their brother.

That’s one of the fiendishly evil things Kenny Hotz does to his longtime friend, Spencer Rice, on the Game Show Network reality show, Kenny Vs. Spenny.

The show revolves around competitions to see who is braver or who can drink the most beer in a week and Kenny says he wins at least 60 percent of the time because he’s “a devious, cunning genius” while Spenny inexplicably thinks hard work and playing fair is the key.

For instance, during a contest called “Who Do Old People Like More?” Spenny tried to appeal to some old ladies by emphasizing “the 4 Fs: Family, Finance, Fitness and Fun.”

Kenny says Spenny bored them, but he won by simply hiring a Down’s Syndrome kid to play his brother and teaching him to say, “Spenny touched me when I was young.”

Kenny admits most people prefer Spenny’s “follow the rules approach” at first but come over to the dark side once they realize “Spenny is so filled with anger, paranoia and hate.”

Kenny Vs. Spenny airs Saturdays on GSN.

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