Tempers flare during a Team Bisping practice. As the pranks ramp up a nasty rivalry brews between Akira Corassani and Dustin Neace, while John Dodson forms an alliance with members of the blue team. Then, two bantamweights square off in the second quarterfinal fight.
Stephen Colbert wants to replace Hank Williams Jr. on Monday Night Football, the NBA lockout looks to be long-term, and fussy college types continue to be amazed by guys who goof off in school…the Mantenna will never tap out!
Apple announces the iPhone 4S, trolls start suing hotels for having WiFi, and Hank Williams Jr. apologizes for his Obama rant…the Mantenna smells like victory!
Hank Williams Jr. compares Obama to Hitler, Leonard Nimoy attends his last Star Trek convention, and Arrested Development is coming back for more…the Mantenna is buying a stairway to heaven!
Ben Wallace gets arrested, PETA is at it again, and Scarlett Johansson is still really pissed about her leaked nude pictures…the Mantenna is what you make of it!
Coaches Michael Bisping and Jason Miller select their teams from the crop of victorious Featherweights and Bantamweights. The first matchup is chosen, and one fighter is forced to deal with his severe anxiety issues.
Simon Cowell disses Lady Gaga, movie studios finally realize everyone uses Netflix, and Andy Rooney gets ready to say goodbye to 60 Minutes…the Mantenna is the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be!
Stephen King gives George Mason University a taste of his Shining sequel, scientists discover a new species of Hadrosaur, and rapper Petey Pablo gets sentenced to 35 months in prison… the Mantenna's not gonna hurt ya, it's just gonna bash your brains in. It's gonna bash them right the f*** in!
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The sports world hasn't been kind to Brooklyn. They lost one of history's most groundbreaking baseball teams, the Dodgers, that helped break the racial roadblocks in baseball by drafting Jackie Robinson, to Los Angeles, a city that has pretty much buried its once proud name under a pile of unpaid...