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My mother had three sons so I get the whole “boys will be boys” statement. What it means to my brothers and I is that we will forever act the way we did when we were 10 because you can’t get rid of the “boy” in us. This is one thing girls don’t like, because apparently at a certain level a man has to emerge out of a boy and take over.
Here is the thing. Being all “manly” all year round takes the fun out of life. That’s why you will find Hulk Hogan spoofing Miley Cyrus’ Wrecking Ball video and it’s okay, because he’s just being a guy. Guys are silly and this applies to any man from Barack Obama to me. We all have our moments, and those close to us know what I am talking about.
Kenny vs Spenny is a good place to illustrate this. Featuring Kenny Hotz and Spencer Rice, the show has the two hosts of the show take several competitions and bet on themselves as winners. While that is fun, things only get better when one loses because part of the winner’s prize is to ask the loser to perform a humiliating act. We will leave this section of the show to your imagination, but knowing that many of us hate being humiliated in public, this sounds like a fair price for the loser to pay.
The two hosts’ different personalities affect the way they approach their tasks. Kenny is the rebel who has ideas on how else to do something that is simple. He doesn’t believe in orthodox ways of approaching his tasks, so it is always interesting to look out for him. That said, this has interesting results for him in every episode.
Spenny is the opposite, as he is a by-the-book type of guy who will not be tempted to sway. Again, in some tasks, this approach may not necessarily be the way to go and so he will get it wrong, too.
The show is something along the lines of Unbeatable Banzuke but with two contestants. The catch here is when they add the part where you see the punishment of the loser. That’s what every boy will be looking forward to. It is almost like a segment that Daniel Tosh should have on his show.
- Kenny vs. Spenny airs on Sony Max (DStv channel 128) at 11pm from Monday.