Apparently, Terrence Howard has a reputation as a prankster in the vein of George Clooney. Only instead of jovial fraternity shenanigans, Terrence likes to scare the shit out of people which is really surprising given his aversion to shitty undercarriages. According to Cinemablend, Fox, the network of Empire, loves Terrence so much, they’re giving him his own prank show.
If you love watching Terrence play a raging asshole on TV, just wait until you see him play one in real life! It’s the role he was born to play.
Thanks to a new FOX special, aptly titled Terrence Howard’s Fright Club, his fans will be able to experience his merciless prankster side for themselves. The actor can be seen giving some lucky — or perhaps unlucky — fans the fright of their lives for the new project.
The show, which is actually just a one-off special, is modeled somewhat after a haunted house but it’s not the kind where there are no baby wipes in any of the bathrooms and Terrence’s ex-wives jump out from a behind doors and slap him with restraining orders. That’s Terrence’s nightmare, this fright show is for the fans.
The one-hour event special will follow Terrence Howard as he welcomes his super-fans to his remote estate in New Orleans for a weekend. His fans believe they have won an exclusive opportunity to take part in an on-camera VIP experience with the actor. Unbeknownst to them, they have been set-up for a super prank. Howard and everyone else they encounter are actors, in on the joke. Hidden cameras will capture the fans as they experience everything from “swamp monsters” to “voodoo spells.” As the weekend progresses, many thrilling adventures will follow before Howard eventually reveals the deception.
Anybody who signs up for this, deserves every pair of pants shat in and heart attack coming their way. If you signed up for a multi-day, VIP experience with Terrence Howard, there is something seriously wrong, and your family should seek a conservatorship over your affairs immediately. And believe it or not, Terrence’s spooky weekend gets worse.
The special’s set-up seems to include the fans enduring a set of challenges. At least, that’s what FOX’s description of their being “pushed to their limits” indicates.
Hard pass, Fox. I don’t care to know what Terrence Howard thinks my limits are. I’m going to go ahead and evoke my safe-word now: JULIE ANDREWS!