‘Joe Rogan Questions Everything’ Bigfoot episode
Don’t forget, Joe Rogan’s hopefully awesome new show called Joe Rogan Questions Everything starts on Syfy tomorrow night, July 24th, 2013.
Peep a negative critique (sort of…) on the first show that is about Bigfoot from NYPost:
Let me be the first to confirm: There is no such thing as Sasquatch — aka, Big Foot. And Joe Rogan, host of a new Syfy show, “Joe Rogan Questions Everything,” hasn’t changed my opinion one bit. Not that he wanted to.
This despite the DNA-filled animal poop that curious Joe brings scientists to study on the first episode of this new series. What he wants to know is why there is no photographic evidence of the elusive missing link. So do I!
He’s right to ask, but the problem is that Rogan (a funny urban myth investigator) is asking the wrong question.BELIEF SYSTEM: Joe Rogan is on the prowl to dispel the usual urban myths — hello, Big Foot! — on his new series, premiering tomorrow night on Syfy.
The real question should be how is it possible that there isn’t photographic evidence?
Fact is, a human man — whether he be whole or half- human — cannot live without public displays of nudity, no matter how risky the behavior.
Take Anthony’s Weiner and now, God help us, Geraldo Rivera — who has often been accused of being half-ape himself and who went all Weiner on us last weekend, posting nearly naked pictures of himself on Twitter.
Another question worth asking is why Rogan, who questions everything, didn’t question the wisdom of devoting his premiere episode to the search for Big Foot — when in fact, just last month, the dopey hillbillies on “Mountain Monsters” also went lucklessly a-searchin’ for Sasquatch.
We know from the promos that Rogan has much more interesting questions to solve, such as if there’s is life in the universe. If I’m going to take anyone’s word on these questions, it would definitely be Rogan who has a podcast and a gig hosting UFC.
Look — I like Rogan (please don’t send me a pen). He’s got a good way about him. He’s not a slick reality-show host nor a serious PBS egghead. But I’m not sure that I would watch more. He says he’s not here to convince us of anything, which is good, but that might mean that all episodes end up where they started. Is Big Foot ready for his closeup, Mr. DeMille?
Here’s a pretty awful preview of it. It’s awful because the host says that “we didn’t see it coming” – implying that nobody knew he was into anything but UFC, apparently. Either way, they give a preview of the evidence that is presented.
I don’t care what these mainstreamers say; Joe Rogan and anything sci-fi/paranormal is a winner in my book.