I am more of a Two Days One Night / Knowing Brother / Running Man fan but I do enjoy the occasional Infinite Challenge. IC or Mudo, is a long-running Korean variety show wherein they film comedians as well as distinguished Korean personalities in awesome scenarios. Jack Black has had his time on … Continue reading Steph and Seth Curry takes on Infinite Challenge!
Forgive me for being ignorant but I just realized that the giant in the McDonald’s ad alongside Alden Richards is former PBA center Mark Andaya. Hehe. The eighth pick overall of the 2006 PBA Draft played in the PBA from 2006 to 2012. Andaya was selected ahead of Boyet Bautista and behind Aaron Aban. For … Continue reading Mark Andaya co-stars in Alden Richards’ McDo TVC
So I guess this is a good... thing? Jeff Horn became the WBO Welterweight Champion in front of his home crowd. The Aussie "outpunched" Manny Pacquiao and that... along with the decision to fight in Australia... put a strain on Pacquiao’s title defense. So I guess this is Pacquiao’s fault? Pacman hasn’t scored a knockout … Continue reading #PacquiaoHorn: More reasons why Manny Pacquiao must retire
I don’t know what to think with regards to the boxing match between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor. I just think these two parties want to get interest for their selves and not necessarily for their respective disciplines. And if you think about it, this is a testament to the shallow depth … Continue reading Mayweather vs McGregor: The Battle for Marketability
I won’t say Crime Scene 3 is hot garbage because I like crime drama and the murder-mystery theme suits my taste. However, I find this season’s episodes as subpar from its previous two incarnations. Park Jiyoon stands out on her own but Jang Jin needs a person who would make him stand out. As it … Continue reading Crime Scene 3 is a bit underwhelming