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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Derrick Kosinski Podcast | w/Mark Long & Mike Ross | MTV the Challenge: Rivals


Aug 24, 2011
Hosted By - Derrick Kosinski w/ Mark Long & Mike Ross of MTV the Challenge: Rivals
Produced By - Frank Murgia/talent network news
Source Credits - MTV.com
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Derrick Kosinski Podcast MTV Challenge Rivals, Mark Long, Mike RossDerrick Kosinski Podcast MTV Challenge Rivals, Mark Long, Mike Ross"3 Musketeers vs. An Earthquake"
Just moments after a 5.9 magnitude earthquake shook the east coast, 3 young men were brave enough to fight off the fury and conduct,yet, another memorable podcast. With shock waves still tremoring the atmosphere, 3 certain guys battled to get together and provide their ever-so-awesome listeners with Challenge:Rivals content you get never imagine to get anywhere else. Despite leaping over cracks in the land and fending off falling chandeliers, these 3 musketeers managed to muscle another great podcast in the middle of an earth shake. I personally want to thank "The Godfather of Reality T.V."-Mark Long and "The Rookie Assassin"-Mike Ross for stepping up to the plate and coming to the rescue when duty was called. The 3rd ultimate warrior on this podcast is the guy slammed in the mix is that dude Derrick Kosinski holding up the ceiling as the other 2 guys do their thing. This podcast gives an inside look at the mens final elimination during "The Challenge:Rivals"-C.T. and Adam King vs. Tyler and Johnny Bananas..

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PODCAST TALKING POINTS
-Fighting off an earthquake
-Pop and Bottles
-Alton vs. Leroy in a climbing match
-Childish Antics
-Hurtful Words
-Bouncing People
-Picking on Little Kids
-T-Bone:The Final Jungle

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15 comments:

Anonymous said...

ct did all he could, adam even admitted it was basically all his fault. they tried, but he kind of blew it for them. Ct was not allowed to touch adam's ball all he could do is two things which he did,
1. truck the other team to stall them for adam, and he still couldn't beat tyler
2. drag him up the hill himself, which he tried but adam was completely gassed out.

also ct did say "anyone stands in the way gets flattened" than he said blow the whistle whoo, than goes CHOOOO CHOOOOO..hilarious stuff ..he should be on every challenge, it's clear they love talking abotu him

Wes and CT discussion do make up 90 percent of these podcast

Anonymous said...

If Wes looks different on the show than in real life, then obviously its editing, like come on its TV they only take what they want from the interviews which could be 1 sentence from an hour conversation, yeah he's manipulative its a damn game, stop being so sensitive its not like he's going to try and murder you in real life.

Anonymous said...

Wes does it to get camera time, plain and simple. if he is quiet on all the aftershow, reunions, and seems like a good guy on the podcast, but on the interviews he is the biggest cocky bastard ever, than clearly he is just trying to get camera time.

Anonymous said...

Great job by Mike hinting at his on-show relationship with Paula, cause when he was first on the podcast before Rivals even premiered he said he would want to hook up with Paula if he was on the Challenge.

Anonymous said...

I'm a lot like Mike in the sense that, I have high morals and I believe you should stick to them, otherwise you're just a follower and a hypocrite.

Anyone who "pretends" to be an asshole on TV, but may not be in person, is still considered an asshole to me. As you said, the show is real, so whether your meanness is real to you or not, it's real to someone else. And that meanness is potentially going to hurt someone. I just don't understand why someone wants to look like a villian to other people. Because that person has the mentality of purposely looking like an asshole, then that person is genuinely not a good person. I have no respect for those types of people and I can't stand those people in TV. It makes me skeptical and iffy about watching the shows because I just can't stand to see people purposely being evil. And I'm not religious at all and I don't believe in a God or gods.

I understand if you're a normal person and you get into an argument. I don't consider that evil, I consider it being human. But when you purposely plot out your evil mannerisms, I just can't stand it and I absolutely hate it.

I noticed you change in later Challenges, Derrick, and it completely disappointed me. Kenny and Johnny have rubbed off on you too much. When you did your first RW/RR challenge, you weren't a follower, but you also didn't have a friend base built yet. But you were just different and mentally stronger then. It made me like you a lot.

Honestly, I think people like humanity and kindness more than evil and conniving when it comes to "reality." Mark said people like a villain. I don't. I don't like to hate people. I want to like people and I feel that way about Jersey Shore. I keep watching, hoping that they'll make up and be nice to each other, but that's not going to happen. I at least want them to be nice to outside people, but they're not, and that I just can't stand. I want to boycott it, I hate it so much.

The world is so evil, and if you haven't noticed, "I can't stand it."

Anonymous said...

What is the point of having a Twitter and a fanbase? I.E. On Jersey Shore, they find someone at a club they think is fun to make fun of, but that person could have been their fan, and probably was if they were trying to get their attention. But on the show, you see them talk shit about these people who are unattractive or "stalkerish." It wouldn't be as big of a deal if you talked about it with friends who weren't on TV, but it is on TV. They embarrass and ruin people on TV. That's a big deal and moral-less. It's just cruel. And the people watching the show eat it up and laugh and follow them on Twitter. YEAH RIGHT, like they would be friends with you if you met the JS cast (or any reality cast) in person. Many of these reality stars don't DESERVE the fans they have.

brent said...

@ The last poster commenting on the Jersey Shore/Twitter thing...
RIGHT ON!

@ The anonymous poster talking about how Derrick has changed..
I don't think Derrick has changed as a person, but I think over the years he's changed the way he plays the game. At the start he was super-aggressive and confrontational. Now he's more low-key and in the shadows. Derrick has never bullied or picked on any of he other cast members whether it be in his early challenges or in his most recent challenges.

Anonymous said...

I think Derrick should either be on the next challenge if there is one, or do the podcast, not both. If he comes back and does the podcast, it will be so heavily biased towards him and his alliance he is in.

Derrick is bitter at Wes for the duel 1 loss, get over it. Derrick is pretty much JEK's yes man at this point if he is on a challenge


They always try to blame CT for the loss somehow, the guy did all he could. as the first poster laid out, i won't repeat all he typed, but was dead on. Adam even admitted it was his fault. T would have 2-3 wins by now if he didn't have easy fall in g3, and tonya and tina not able to run in the infernos which cost him 2 wins right there. what can you do?

Anonymous said...

Revise the Old "Good Guy vs Bad Guy" format.

Real Dudes vs the Backstabbers


Derrick + Leroy + Mike Mike + Brandon
vs
Johnnie + Evan + Kenny + Wes


And for the twist......


All elimination Rounds will involve CT

Choo Choo!

Anonymous said...

"They always try to blame CT for the loss somehow, the guy did all he could."

Not so much blaming CT entirely for the win but with Derrick, he spoke of CT and Adam as a pair. Although, he was definitely emphasizing CT in the equation. Gosh to goodness, CT certainly held up his end of the deal and then some.

CT has such a mythological reputation, people tend to think he's this immovable force of nature. To be sure, he's certainly a formidable competitor with versatile, all-around athleticism. Almost reminds me of Bo Jackson during his Bo-does-everything-well Nike campaign run.

More than anyone, Mike was the one who sugarcoated Adam's inexcusable tanking. He blamed the lack of communication between CT & Adam for Adam's continued confusion. What? Was TJ speaking a different language than Adam's when he told Adam he was grabbing the wrong ball?

Huh? Shouldn't the Stanford grad know better the basic rules and the visual difference between a red and blue ball? I'd think even a color-blind person could distinguish the two from the variance in shades. Okay, okay, I'll throw him a bone he got a brain fart from the rush of the game but repeatedly???

Then, Mike asserted Tyler and Adam committed the same mistake such that the handicap was equal. No, it wasn't.

He didn't make any sense about CT hanging out in the middle intending to body-slam Tyler or Johnny as unproductive, saying instead CT should have finished moving his balls then helping Adam. CT did finish first and both rammed Tyler (albeit Tyler was already down) and carried Adam up the half-pike.

Makes me wonder if all that bunking together of Mike with the Mob had swayed his opinion of CT negatively (heard him allude to cocaine abuse when CT was mentioned in another podcast, though it wasn't a direct accusation).

I certainly wasn't there at the Jungle but even I know Adam royally screwed up at least twice (possibly 2.5 times) while Tyler erred just once. As Cara Maria pointed out in her tweet, Adam had to run more trips than anybody. At a minimum of 9 trips to finish, Adam might have run 4 extra segments in returning CT's balls and transferring his balls. Meanwhile, Tyler ran back and forth perhaps 11 times.

Does that sound to be an equal error load (unless Mike was thinking CT's hits on Tyler were the equivalent despite the permissibility of the latter)? I see a bias in his perception (as we all have a bias but to degrees).

Maybe Mike is trying to spread the blame to spare Adam of the vitriolic resentment against Adam from the viewers, which then would be a noble of him but wouldn't negate simple logic or common sense.

In any event, CT showed great class and sportsmanship in not laying a guilt trip on Adam. His response added that tear-jerker moment - at least for me.

I can't decide if a win or loss would be better for CT. On one hand, the loss humanizes him, which I think works better in the long run for his career and perception by the public. He certainly seems to have gained more fans since that unfortunate fight. But it would have been nice for him to shake the baggage of goose egg in wins.

Hope to see him in the next Challenge with the Mob MIA.

KNOCKKNOCK said...

I just want to say: Mark Long is AWESOME. That is all.

Anonymous said...

Mark Long IS awesome. As for the people talking about Derrick's changing, yes he has changed a lot and I say it's for the better. He's become more mature and is a family now. He changed the way he played that game and that's why he finally started winning! Remember before Inferno 3, Derrick was the Susan Lucci of the challenges, constantly losing. You guys just liked him more then because you like to root for the underdog and you hate on Johnny, Evan and Kenny because they keep winning. That's all it is. But he has a family to feed, it's about playing smart and making that money not being the likable confrontational underdog because that's what YOU like.

Blame the other castmembers being idiots and not having the guts to form their own alliance and voting against Johnny, Evan Kenny. They never play smart and just hand the game to JEK every single time.

Anonymous said...

But I disagree with Derrick that nice guys don't get asked back. I think everyone wants Mike and Leroy to come back. Landon and Mark Long himself have always been the good guys and have done many challenges. And Mike is more than just a nice guy. He's also very interesting and unique. He's not like anyone who has ever been on the shows and has a different background. And if you see the extended clip of him freaking out on Johnny and Tyler, you'll know he's not boring at all and is not afraid to stick up for himself.

Anonymous said...

Great podcast Derrick, many thanks.
It would be awesome if we could get a winners podcast next. I know there is animosity between you and Ev but now that she has a twitter account i think it will be easier to contact her and squash the beef for good. If she is willing ofc. Cant say i blame her tho, you guys can be pretty mean when you want to. I know you gave her credit when its due but still you can be malicious at times too.
For our hearing pleassure i hope you'll have her on.Great podcast Derrick, many thanks.
It would be awesome if we could get a winners podcast next. I know there is animosity between you and Ev but now that she has a twitter account i think it will be easier to contact her and squash the beef for good. If she is willing ofc. Cant say i blame her tho, you guys can be pretty mean when you want to. I know you gave her credit when its due but still you can be malicious at times too.
For our hearing pleasure i hope you'll have her on.

could get a winners podcast next. I know there is animosity between you and Ev but now that she has a twitter account i think it will be easier to contact her and squash the beef for good. If she is willing ofc. Cant say i blame her tho, you guys can be pretty mean when you want to. I know you gave her credit when its due but still you can be malicious at times too.
For our hearing pleassure i hope you'll have her on.Great podcast Derrick, many thanks.
It would be awesome if we could get a winners podcast next. I know there is animosity between you and Ev but now that she has a twitter account i think it will be easier to contact her and squash the beef for good. If she is willing ofc. Cant say i blame her tho, you guys can be pretty mean when you want to. I know you gave her credit when its due but still you can be malicious at times too.
For our hearing pleasure i hope you'll have her on.

Anonymous said...

pardon my triple post above. its supposed to be a smartphone duh. TT