The best and most questionable $100,000 Pyramid stars yet
I am loving The $100,000 Pyramid so far. Unlike some haters, I think Michael Strahan is great as host —and I think most of the featured celebrities are also amazing! Some, however, I could do without. Highlighted below are, in my humble opinion, this season's most impressive and most questionable stars, ranked from worst to best.
Robin Roberts has her talents, but she just isn't good at game shows. Her appearance on The $100,000 Pyramid was amusing but also incredibly cringe-worthy.
Snoop Dogg may have more game-show skill than Roberts, but he's not as fun to watch. He didn't seem to be all that enthused about being on the show.
Like Snoop Dogg, Martha Stewart didn't seem to care much about The $100,00 Pyramid. In their defense, she and Snoop may simply have been focused on trying to win big for their partners. Either way, I didn't find them entertaining in the least.
I wasn't sure what to expect from Justin Long on The $100,000 Pyramid. I figured he would either be really good or really terrible. Thankfully, he proved himself in the game-show setting, showing doubters like me that he knows his stuff.
Weird Al Yankovic
Weird Al Yankovic is always an entertaining guy, and while I like him best in "Eat It" and "White and Nerdy," I can also appreciate him in the game-show setting. Unfortunately, Weird Al's second partner wasn't that great at giving clues. He did the best you could expect any celebrity guest to do, given the circumstances.
Sherri Shepherd definitely isn't the most liked celebrity on the revival of The $100,000 Pyramid, but she sure knows how to dominate a game show! My guess is that she watched a lot of game shows when she was young and now knows exactly what to do. Or she's just naturally talented. Either way, I was pleasantly surprised by her performance, and I hope she returns!
Honorable mentions go to Tony Hale and Bellamy Young — they were also great on tonight's show!