|infinite zest - 2014-01-17 |
"Ghost Adventures" is too spooky for my country.
|Cena_mark - 2014-01-17 |
I used to have a strong belief in ghosts, but these shows helped kill those beliefs. You can only watch so many episodes and so much build up just to get video of illuminated dust specks and shitty audio clips.
I like to get a little high, turn this show on and alternate between resisting the urge to tear the t.v. off the wall and laughing hysterically. The best part is that it freaks my room-mate out (the show, not my antics) which only makes me laugh harder.
|BHWW - 2014-01-17 |
The All New Adventures of Shaggy and Scooby-Douchebag
Do you mean Scrappy-Doo or are you doing a thing?
OH YOU'RE DOING A THING.
Because Scrappy-Doo was a douchebag.
|Black Napkins - 2014-01-18 |
We call this show "Come At Me, Ghost"
|memedumpster - 2014-01-18 |
Too ashamed of content to let Americans see it, five stars.
If you guys have never seen When Ghosts Attack, it's my favorite trash TV show.
But it's on American television for like hours every Saturday night. I know because I've watched hours of it because it's so fucking stupid that it's captivating.
|StanleyPain - 2014-01-18 |
I love this show. I started watching it on Netflix years ago, and have faithfully kept up with the seasons every since. It's just so....indescribably silly sometimes. The earlier seasons are a tiny bit better because the guys are obsessed with trying to "provoke ghosts" which tends to fade away later, but out of all the ghost hunting garbage out there on TV, I think it's hard to beat this one for the sheer level of entertainment. These guys take it so seriously, yet the end result is often so over the top.
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