Most buffets are magical places where you plop down a few bucks, grab a plate and gorge yourself on a variety of items until your belly is so full you play beat the clock with traffic while making your way home to the bathroom. Therefore if you want to overeat as much as you can, you’ve got to cut in front of a bitch to make sure they don’t get to the food before you do. This is exactly what went down last Friday at the Meteor Buffet in Huntsville, Alabama where two diners, John Chapman and Chequita Jenkins, became the only contestants of a one day game show titled Seafood Smackdown when they got into a fight over delicious crab legs.
If you’re the kind of person who enjoys watching an alleged charlatan walrus judge the hell out of the guests on his show while simultaneously doubting the “doctor” title at the front of his name, well then you’re in luck today! Dr. Phil McGraw has been hosting his therapy-adjacent daytime TV show Dr. Phil since 2002, and he has extended his contract with CBS until 2023.
Obviously nothing can beat the perfection of Clue: The Movie, but Hollywood has been determined to make a remake happen for years now. The last time we checked in, 20th Century Fox had plans to make the stale hamburger version of Clue: The Movie’s filet mignon by creating a big-budget “global thriller” blockbuster. As it turns out, we’re not even getting hamburger anymore. Hollywood might be giving us human-grade dog food beef chunks in the form of a Clue movie made by Ryan Reynolds and the Deadpool writing team.