Nemesis Destron wrote:Did anyone catch the show? At the end they showed clips from future episodes and there will be a TF fan as one clip showed someone handling a very minty looking BB Action Master wearing gloves. It was being handled over a box full of boxed TFs so that drew curiosity.
The show IMO over all was entertaining being a reality show, but I started to wonder how often shows like these are scripted in any way.
#Sideways# wrote:... My family will probably make me watch this episode...
... I will be in tears when the collection is given away...
Henry921 wrote:You can always be counted on to listen to reason, Pryme.
Dead Metal wrote:Have you ever, and i mean ever seen/read/heard something that is completely original and does not copy/homage/pay tribute to something else? Here's a hint: Nope. You never have and you never will.
Counterpunch wrote:FP sure does provide some F'd up head.
MINDVVIPE wrote:Or he could keep his entire collection, sit on an ever-appreciating gold mine, and just work a normal job like most of the rest of the world. Then one day when he has to come up with the cash to buy his own hoverbike, he'll have enough.
xyl360 wrote:You can sell them or give them away once I'm dead. Until then, they are mine.
griftimus prime wrote:i thought hasbro was the intervention. they keep making crap people do not want. or they do not release what we do want.
grayj74 wrote:What's the fun of keeping them in the boxes? I have maybe three or four out of over a thousand that are actually still in their boxes. I don't get it...
Soundwave__Superior wrote:griftimus prime wrote:i thought hasbro was the intervention. they keep making crap people do not want. or they do not release what we do want.
But seriously, a show about people getting rid of their collections? This is bad comedy.