Friday, December 01, 2006

Today - Kevin's appearance on "1 vs. 100"

Kevin Federline On 1 Vs 100

Video clip - TMZ
Video clip - Access Hollywood

Popular comedian Bob Saget ("Full House," "America's Funniest Home Videos") hosts the international hit game show where one contestant faces "the mob" of 100 others in an attempt to win up to $1 million in a tense battle of brains and guts. In tonight's episode, Jay Stakelon of Allentown, Pennsylvania will play for a special top prize of $3 million by trying to outsmart the mob, which includes rapper Kevin Federline ("Playing with Fire"), "Las Vegas" cast members (Josh Duhamel, Nikki Cox, Molly Sims and James Lesure), as well as poker champ Annie Dukes, casino dealers and showgirls.

In addition, Paula Russell of Chicago, Illinois will play for a top prize of $1 million as she battles wits with the mob that includes World Series Champion MVP David Eckstein of the St. Louis Cardinals, and game show host legends Wink Martindale ("Tic Tac Dough") and Bob Eubanks ("The Newlywed Game").

Viewers at home can also watch and play "You vs 100" for a chance to win $10,000. 1 Vs 100 airs on Friday, December 1 from 8:00PM-9:00PM ET on NBC.

Source: realitytvmagazine.com

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now is wehn this man should be writing songs. They'd be a HELL of a lot moreinteresting than the ones he's already done. That's why folks like eminem are successful, they tell a story, his has only been about the cush life he led. that's LED.

Use your artistry now and tell us about life. And dont' pimp yourself out to crap TV, just for the money.

Anonymous said...

A mob of 100 Federline-like imbeciles versus one smart person? Maybe that infinite number of monkeys behind an infinite number of keyboards metaphor bears repeating.

Anonymous said...

I find it very fascinating how people say they hate Kevin so much yet here they are on a Kevin website...hmmm...makes me kinda wonder

Anonymous said...

^
Just a tad slow? I like Kevin. He's more entertaining than he probably realizes. If he plays his cards right, he'll be the next Cato Caelin.

Anonymous said...

^exactly, it's like watching a slow motion plane crash without the destruction and dead people....

Anonymous said...

^ because everyone loves to see a bully humiliated....


the conspiracy theorist

Anonymous said...

He got a nursery rhyme wrong...lol.

Anonymous said...

Now is wehn this man should be writing songs. They'd be a HELL of a lot moreinteresting than the ones he's already done.

But dear sweet KFed has the spiritual and intellectual depth of a vanilla wafer. What would he write about?

To hammer my point home: Did you realize that when KFed missed his question on the game show, his defensive retort was that he didn't need the money as he's already rich?