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Must See Video: The Strangest Foreplay Ever, The Whitest Idol, Moment Of Truth, And More!

Huffington Post   Patrick Waldo First Posted: 03/28/08 03:45 AM ET Updated: 05/25/11 01:25 PM ET

Must See Feb Eight
"Tyra" featured a special show this week dedicated to unusual couples and two lovebirds really caught my eye. Eddie is a nerdy white guy who loves big ladies. Gem is a big lady. What follows is one of the best moments "Tyra" has ever produced. You'll need to watch this clip a few times to really appreciate all the greatness it has to offer. There's the belly rub at the beginning that really sets things off in a great direction. Of course the home video of Gem "squashing" Eddie is incredible. There's even an unusual sound at 1:16 that puts you right in the room with this wonderful couple. This is destined to be a classic.

From My9 2/7/08.

Sometimes good singers slip through the cracks on "American Idol". Maybe this guy isn't an example of that theory. But he sure does sound a lot like Akon, and I'm willing to bet that if he got big enough to perform for thousands of people, he wouldn't throw a kid off a stage or dry hump a 15-year-old girl.

From Fox 2/5/08.

Fox is raking in the dough with its new smash hit game show "Moment of Truth", where contestants get quizzed on insanely personal questions and win money if their answers match up with the results of an earlier, off-camera lie detector test. This week more lives were destroyed for the sake of ratings, and I enjoyed every minute of it. The poor idiot in the next clip was so honest about stealing money from his co-workers and making ethnic jokes about his Japanese girlfriend's family, it was a shame to see him go out on lying about stuffing his underwear as a male model. There's no telling what this guy would've admitted to if he'd kept playing.

From Fox 2/6/08.

People complain a lot about the programming on MTV these days, and they have every reason to. Terrible shows like "The Hills" and "The Hills 2: Return of the Hills", and even "Real Hills Challenge: The Hills Gauntlet" have transformed the network into a ghost land of soulless babble. But one show, MTV's "True Life", has withstood the test of time and consistently produced great hour-long documentaries that give viewers a good idea of what life is like for the rest of the world. This clip is from "True Life: I Need Anger Management". Here is a great lesson in how not to approach a meeting with your boss.
From MTV 2/2/08.

Finally this week is the best commercial from the Super Bowl. I will buy "Tide to Go" sticks for the rest of my life if they keep pumping out commercials as hilarious as this one.