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It is called the “T.Ocho Show”!! The show, which started as a You tube sensation, now is hosted by Entertainment Tonight Kevin Fraser. According to Fraser, the show is “an unfiltered slice of fusion, of sports and pop culture, and a complete lack of restrain.”
The show, which airs on the Versus Network every Tuesday night, stars the some-what controversial and always annoying Cincinnati Bengals wide receivers Terrell Owens and Chad OchoCinco.
The show is divided into three segments entitled On Blast, Dr. T.Ocho, and Kiss the Baby. During the show, Owens and Chad comedically joke about their up-and-coming opponents and last week’s game, which usually ends in another lost for the Bengals.
As a result, their superhero season, which they nick-named themselves Batman and Robin, has failed to live up to their Super Bowl expectations. Despite the Bengals dismal record, T.O. and OchoCinco’s critics, can’t blame them, however.
Because quarterback Carson Palmer has not played up to his potential.
But since T.O and Chad seem to be focusing more attention on becoming Reality TV stars and talk show hosts rather than football players, I think they should change their nicknames from Batman and Robin to Frick and Frack, Heckle and Jeckle, or Rollo and Lamont from Sanford & Son.
But despite T.O and Chad’s flaws, if you still choose to watch their show, you will laugh a “little” bit. Besides, it’s always refreshing to see two players as talented as Chad and T.O.
give their honest opinions without being afraid if they offend a few people in the process.
But after the Bengals lost their seventh straight game in a row against the Buffalo Bills this Sunday, Owens, summed up the Bengals disappointing season as well as the T.Ocho Show.
“We are terrible. When I say we, that’s me included.” Owens said while removing his dark sunglasses.” Let me emphasize. And let me look you in the eyes, we are terrible.
As another cartoon character Porky Pig would stutter and say, “Bbbbbbb, That’s all folks!!’