I’m writing about the psychology/competition aspect of this season’s Top Shot. Tonight there was no competition. Michelle Viscusi’s T-shirt won by a mile. What kind of name is Viscusi anyway? It sounds like a combination of viscous and . . . never mind. Oh and some janitor guy got booted for failing to shoot exploding targets from a World War II vintage motorcycle sidecar. Apparently, it’s what the Allies did in Europe, the streets being too narrow for Jeeps and all. Although neither of us are historians, Dan and I concurred that Colby was too modest about the three-wheeled weapon system’s central role in WWII.  “We’d have taken out Rommel in Morocco if only we had a few more sidecar snipers,” Danny texted. Word.

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18 Responses to The People of Top Shot: Season 4 Episode 1

        • Based on James below, I regret my comment. It was made in haste. I thought it, but I’ll go back to my rule, which is: Don’t say anything about a person online that you wouldn’t say to his/her face with your mother standing beside you. Can’t go wrong with that.

          Of course, my mother may be different than your mother.

  1. All you guys (staff included) should lay off on the “zOMG TiTS!!!11” shit.

    It’s impolite, counterproductive, and frankly, pretty damned creepy. If this was a forum full of 8th graders who have never seen or touched a tit, it might be understandable. But FFS, this is the internet – if you want to see tits, just go look up some damn tits already.

    Once in a while, I could understand a picture of some slut toting a Desert Eagle or an AR or whatever. But when there’s two or three posts every day that amount to nothing more than “tee hee hee i liek b00bies,” it’s fucking repulsive.

  2. her facebook page has many better pictures. I hope she reamains untill the last episode, if at least for the eyecandy.

  3. I actually like the fact that they managed to find some women who can shoot, are personable, and weren’t eliminated in the first 20 minutes of episode 1.

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