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  1. OiScout is offline

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    10/21/2010 4:17am


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    Quote Originally Posted by Robstafarian View Post
    I thoroughly enjoyed this episode.
    Same man. First time I've smiled in a while watching TUF.

    I also like how they presented the second fight as the super philosophical stoner/west coast hippy vs crazy Eastern European.
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    I couldn't help but like the philosophical neanderthal, even though I like Sevak as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kickapoo View Post
    How ironic that the yellow team is getting pissed all over.
    Why do you think they wear yellow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elipson View Post
    philosophical neanderthal
    LOL. That's the perfect description of him.

    Also, that was the greatest TUF episode ever. I just kept thinking, "God I want Cody to choke him out, but there's no fucking way." Then he got a hold of the guy's neck and I actually stood up and started shouting at the TV. The look on Koscheck's face afterwords was hysterical.
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    10/21/2010 9:44am


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    I don't think anyone gave Cody half a chance there before the fight. But holy hell that was awesome. He may be an uneducated doofus, but he's quickly becoming my favorite TUF guy ever. The greatest underdog ever. If that version of the guillotine doesn't get named McKenzie someone has to die.

    Was blown away by Brookins too. I did not expect him to win at all. That's appearances for you once again.
    Curiosity killed the cat. But damn it had a blast.
  6. Swiss is offline

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    10/21/2010 12:00pm

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    I was laughing so hard when I saw him sink that guillotine. Chokes him out and Koscheck's face was hilarious. And that hippie guy was great to watch too, I thought he was in a bad position after the shoot but a nice throw landed him in side control. Nice end to the fight and overall great episode. Gotta love GSP's humility and his understanding that whatever happened a fighter put everything on the line and you should not taunt that.
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    1. Has anyone seen Jason123?
    2. Brooks is a scary looking mofo.
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    10/21/2010 12:50pm

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    I thoroughly enjoyed this episode. I knew last week when I heard "record finish" on the previews that Cody was going to choke someone out. I literally LOL'd when I saw it was going to be the biggest alpha-jock-douche in the house.

    When AKA trainer-guy was telling Mini-Kos to respect the guillotine, you could see in his eyes that he was sincerely worried about, and almost expecting, the eventual outcome.

    I've been calling Brookins "Lion" because he looks a lot like this dude I know who goes by that name (due to appearance). Lion is a total stoner Taoist/Buddhist who's always talking philosophy, so when Brookins came off the same it was TV gold.

    Next I'd like to see how long it takes Cody to pop Leeroy's afro off of his shoulders.
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    10/21/2010 3:49pm

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    This was an amazing episode.

    But about the choke. Cody himself in the first episode called it the "McKenzitine" and people are occasionally calling it the McKenzie now. I think "McKenzitine" is pretty lame and unwieldy for a name of a move. I think it should be called the Fisherman. Cody's trade and almost nickname, but it has a nice ring to it. Especially since his opponents flop around like a fish out of water once they get caught in the trap.
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    Yup, really nice episode.
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