With the NCAA Tournament being televised on truTV, it's been hilarious to watch seasoned basketball announcers like Marv Albert and Jim Nantz read ads for ridiculous reality shows like Lizard Lick Towing and Hardcore Pawn. On Sunday night, the Xavier/Lehigh game ran into the originally scheduled broadcast time for Hardcore Pawn. As Ernie Johnson was reading an ad for the show, Charles Barkley had his mind on hardcore... well, take a look...
Ernie Johnson: And just ahead on truTV, Hardcore Pawn.
Charles Barkley: I know what I'm gonna watch tonight!
Greg Anthony: What are you going to watch tonight?
Charles Barkley: Oh, sorry, wrong spelling... I saw four letters and got excited!
Ernie Johnson: Step away from your television set
With that kind of advertisement, the ratings for Hardcore Pawn may go through the roof. Frankly, I'm surprised it took this long. Just wait till NCAA Tournament games begin to be televised on Cinemax.
What took you so long, Chuck? As you know, truTV has been hosting much of the NCAA tournament action this year for a second year straight. Charles Barkley has also returned as an analyst. As you may or may not know, there is a show on truTV that is called “Hardcore Pawn.” Much like the show “Pawn Stars” on the History Channel, we understand the play on words. On Sunday night...
One of the more popular show on the television channel TruTV is "Hardcore Pawn" which details the day-to-day business of a Detroit pawn shop.
Back on Sunday, TNT analyst Charles Barkley decided to make a joke about a different spelling of the show's name:
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Hardcore pawn. What one is stuck doing after a big gambling loss. Charles Barkley ladies and gentlemen.
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March 19, 2012
CBS is dreadful, except for How I Met Your Mother. In an attempt to bring humor to a shameless plug, Sir Charles Barkley most likely angered his "people" with this joke from Sunday's broadcast during the NCAA tournament: "I thought it said another four letters at the end." Let me remind you, Arizona blow jobs. [Follow me @TravisHouser]
How great is it that truTV is broadcasting a portion of the NCAA Tournament? For one thing it means more televised Charles Barkley, and we all know that the more airtime Sir Charles receives, a better place the world becomes.
To wit, check out Barkley’s response to Ernie Johnson plugging the show Hardcore Pawn, which was set to follow truTV’s March Madness coverage. Chuck...
I only recently realized that the whole cast doing March Madness analysis/recap in the CBS Studios are working really long hours. That realization came when last night, Charles Barkley was asked to...
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Charles Barkley currently leads the standings for the 2012 Billy Packer Chronicles. And, judging by this clip, it's a safe bet that he'll continue to lead those standings heading into the Sweet 16. But, it's up to you to decide that. Charles' thoughts on Hardcore porn Pawn and the rest of the best quotes from the weekend have been collected for your voting...
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Norfolk State center Kyle O’Quinn has been the breakout star of the NCAA Tournament in the first week. The senior from Jamaica, New York posted 26 points and 14 rebounds in an upset win over Missouri Friday, his 20th double-double of the season. He did an interview with CBS that played during halftime of one of the games Saturday and was asked how he was so overlooked by colleges...
We can always count on Sir Charles to make a clever play on words, so when Ernie Johnson did a promo for the TV show Hardcore Pawn of course Chuck chimed in.
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