Funny 115 - version 2.0
...is better than you
"With friend and foe we march to the battle plain.
Some to seek success. Others to seek fame.
We play with honor. For the love of this game.
And with armor or without, we will toil in vain.
So that someday, someone, somewhere, will remember our name."
Likes Chucky the Cheese stories
I first sat down to plan out the Funny 115, there was a large
dilemma that reared its head in my mind very quickly.
dilemma, of course, was "Holy crap, how am I going to find a moment
that was as epic as Jonny Fairplay's dead grandma lie?
will I be able to find something that was that funny and was that much
larger-than-life, and that belongs at #1 on my countdown?"
Or, more importantly, "How will I be able to top the single greatest
(non Andy Kaufman) thing that has ever happened on TV?"
make no mistake about it. When I pick my #1 entry on a
like this, I am going for more than just "funny". I mean,
on, every entry on this list is funny. Sure, some of them
be funnier than others. And sure, some of them might depend
on personal taste than others. But in the end, every entry I
for the Funny 115 is funny. At least, it is funny in
way to somebody, somewhere. This is why I selected
this is why I took the time to sit down and write an
And then, also, Becky
But when it comes to picking the overall number one
entry on the countdown, well that is kind of another thing altogether.
Because, you know, at that point, I am sort of looking for
a little more
than funny. I mean, funny is great, but to be number one you
to have more than that. To paraphrase one of my favorite
from the movie Billy Madison, funny is great, but it doesn't put the
delicious Triscuit crackers in my stomach, now does it?
am so pure that I don't even want to look
your Triscuit crackers.
Sierra, your Triscuit crackers are ignoble."
so now we come down to it. If you are picking the #1 entry
countdown like the Funny 115, what exactly are you looking for?
What criteria can you use that is more important than "comedy"?
Even G.C. doesn't know.
Well for me, the answer has always been very simple.
I finally get down to number one, what I am looking for in my overall
top entry is epicness. I want it to be big. I want
it to be
special. I want it to be spectacular. I want it to
be memorable. I want it to
something that is so big, that it is much larger than Survivor
When I pick the top entry for the Funny 115, I am
not just looking for "funny." I am looking for an entry that
people who have never even watched Survivor before can read about and
they will still be able to say "Wow, that is awesome."
So there you go. That is the criteria I am looking for.
The #1 entry has to be
amazing even to non Survivor fans.
believe me, when I sat down to plan out version 2.0, it became
evident to me very quickly that there was only one entry that would
even make sense.
His name is Wade. Ben Wade.
Yes, I am talking about Coach. Coach Wade. The guy
who likes Chucky the Cheese stories. The Dragon Slayer.
I sat down to do the research for version 2.0, one of the things that
jumped out to me very quickly was that there really wasn't a standout
"moment" between seasons 12-20. I mean, yeah there were a lot
funny scenes. Eliza and the stick was hilarious.
writing a letter to Russell was hilarious. Anything involving
Shane yelling at Courtney or Danielle was funny. Randy's
Tribal Council was hilarious. All of them were good.
none of them had that "epic" quality that I was really looking for.
sat there for a few weeks and I picked out my favorite scenes and
moments from seasons 12-17, and the whole time I found myself thinking,
"Okay well that's a top 10 entry, but it's not number one."
that's a top 10 entry, but it's not number one." Over and
found myself thinking this. And by the time I got to
was starting to get a little bit worried. I mean, by the time
got to Tocantins I only had three seasons left to research.
still hadn't found my number one. And lord knows that nothing
Samoa was going to be number one.
No Dave Ball. Not even you.
Ah, but then I hit Tocantins.
Sweet, sweet Tocantins.
know how I love unintentional comedy? You know how I love
Funny 115 entries where somebody isn't trying to be funny, but they
just are because they are? You know how I almost named my
goo! Ga ga! I want my damn nipple, man! I
damn nipple in my damn mouth so I can build strong bones and a strong
damn nervous system, man!"
Tocantins we got not only the most unintentionally funny
in Survivor history (sorry Judd), we got one who was so
unintentionally funny that they might as well have named the Funny 115
I sat there and I watched the first few episodes featuring Coach.
I watched a guy with an ego the size of Brazil.
I watched a guy who contradicted himself pretty much
every time he spoke.
I watched a guy who got angry when people smiled "evilly" around him.
Needless to say, I was enthralled.
The air I breathe is cleaner than yours
the time he started doing "Coach things" in the third episode of
Tocantins, I was overjoyed. Holy shit, I thought.
guy is insane. This guy is wonderful.
Then he started misquoting historical figures. Yay!
At this point I popped a little comedy boner.
he started up with the Dragon Slayer shit. Around episode
five, it became clear that he was treating Survivor like it
just one big online roleplaying game (ORG). It became clear
that he wasn't even there to win
Survivor, he just went on the show to get all the screen time and to
take control of the editing. Oh my God. This was
Fairplay crossed with Sugar crossed with Judd. Crossed with
Arthur. This was fantastic.
Like Jesus, but better
And then the stories. The famous Amazon story. The
one that ended with Coach almost having as ass eaten by pygmies.
The fact that he was such an amazing leader that he could
people what to do just by using his eyes.
At this point in my Funny 115 research I was practically in tears.
"... and that is why the Indians call it maize."
the time Coach's famous Exile Island episode came around (which might
be the single greatest episode in Survivor history), it was clear as
crystal that this guy had to be my #1. He had to be.
was just nothing else like him.
I mean, come on. Before Coach, there had
never been a player in Survivor history who A) had this big of an ego,
B) thought he was this special and this important, C) would just make
random stories up out of his ass and seemed to honestly believe them,
D) seemed to honestly believe he was some sort of a mythological
figure, or... my favorite... E) would freely quote historical
figures like Martin Luther King, Gandhi, or Charlemagne, only most of
the times the quote would be wrong, he would misinterpret it or use it
out of context, or he would accidentally confuse Marcus Aurelius with
the guy who invented the jheri curl.
Not Marcus Aurelius
I mean, come on. When a comedy gift like this drops directly
in your lap, you know what to do it.
You take that shit and you send this guy right to #1 on your countdown.
was destined to be "The funniest thing to ever happen on Survivor" from
the moment he sat down to tell that Amazon story.
Yes, he had
at "ass eating."
think ass would be tough and difficult to chew, but if you break down
the connective tissue it can actually be quite satisfying. I
learned that from Sir Winston Churchill."
And so here we go. My one and final Coach tribute.
might think I have had a lot of Coach entries on the Funny 115 so far.
You might think so, and you would actually be right.
have had a lot of Coach entries on the Funny 115 so far.
But they are nothing with the wonderfulness I am about to hit you with.
see, my friends, I have saved the best for last. You are
find out why there was no way anybody but Coach ever could have ended
up at #1 on the Funny 115. You are about to find out why this
tops the Dead Grandma lie, why he tops Eliza and the fucking stick, why
he tops J.T.'s letter, why he tops the fall of Russell, and yes, why he
even tops Sandra. I hate to say it, but yes he even tops
and gentlemen, if you have any doubt that Coach doesn't belong at #1
after reading the following entry, then I'm sorry. I really
have no hope for you.
Coach is the man
And with that, here we go.
We let the awesomeness begin.
"He's kind of like a snake. Don't bother him and he won't
"Boom. This is about me now."
"Who is this jackass?"
Top 25 Most Awesome Things about Coach
The fact that people on Survivor Sucks and other message
will continually rip on him and make snarky smart ass comments
about him. And
that every time I read one it will crack me up.
"I will never understand the
Coach hate. Who doesn't love adventure and classical music?"
-AbsurdSchism at Survivor Sucks
apparently comes from the Hebrew for "son of my right hand", which
sounds so much like a masturbation reference I can't disassociate it in
-cx at Survivor Sucks
let there be a "Warrior Pose" bow and arrow challenge in Heroes vs
Villains a la the final immunity in Vanuatu. Coach
would so own that
-Absurd Schism at Survivor Sucks
"Coach treating Survivor like an
ORG is just too awesome."
-Co Coach at Survivor Sucks
they ever do a biopic on the life of Coach, I want to see him played by
Matt Dillon. Why? Because he reminds me a lot of Pat Healy from There's
Something About Mary. Think about it. The sleaziness, the
lying ("I have"), his resorting to ultraviolence against inspirational
people (Rupert, Colby), the fact that he may very well have lied about
his adventures in third world countries, and the fact that I can feel
him stalking me right now. I mean, if there was truly a title
Tan Tee" out there, would Coach not claim it for his own?
he dresses like a complete dork, he never says the right thing, and I'm
pretty sure he farts.
And don't forget that his true passion is his hobby. He plays
-A reader named Matt Carter
"Have you ever heard of the Celinto Catayente Towers in Santiago,
Chile? I designed those! Also, I shit thunder."
"I like how people say Coach is
mental institution crazy, as if that's a bad thing. lol"
-Belligerent Ghoul at Survivor Sucks
"I'm watching this episode online
and as soon as Coach starting singing his meditation I started
alllll offfff mmmmmyyyy strength...
He was soooo way off
-PeachessandCreams at Survivor Sucks
have to love Coach. His hair is ridiculous, and he turns
season of Survivor into his own personal tai chi infomercial."
-Dalton Ross, Entertainment Weekly
gave the the marrow of his bones to this game. The MARROW OF
BONES! He has so much to give and it's frustrating that all
egos are getting in the way."
-Firebolt102890 at Survivor Sucks
"Scoring with Jerri, plus getting
Rob to sharpen him on the side? SO BRILLIANT! SO EPIC!"
-Co Coach at Survivor Sucks
Benjamin "Coach" Wade was doing his meditation on the beach, I thought
it was a recorded voice doing the chanting. Then they showed him doing
the chanting himself, and I loved it way more. The Dragon Slayer is
already outperforming himself from Tocantins."
-Jeff P3 at Survivor Sucks
you catch that shot where he was picking his nose and the editors
zoomed in on it? From now on we should just call him the
-Dingo at Survivor Sucks
The booger slayer
that picture of him just laying halfway in the water kills me. Let it
be known that Coach invented planking 2 years before Youtube did."
A reader named Kodi Ross
"In Heroes vs Villains I
just hope he has another trip to exile after not allowing himself water
or food last time
this time when sent to exile he vows not to breathe
then a bunch of Samoan
cannibals cook him up for Probst and Burnett to feast on
MyThinkingSeat at Survivor Sucks
Have you ever read the Amazon.com page for the book about
Well if you haven't, check it out sometime. It is
This is from a reader at Sucks named Runaway Juror:
"Mario, I know
you don't count things that aren't in actual
episodes for Funny 115 moments, but the Amazon page for the book
written about Coach's kayak trip - A Voyage Beyond Reason: An Epic of Survival
Based on the Original Journals of Benjamin Wad
e - is epic and
hopefully we can point it out somewhere.
An author named Tom Gauthier wrote a book about Coach's kayak
pictures uploaded to go with the book - first you get some fun pics of
Coach as a 25 year old uploaded by the author himself :
"And that was put there by the Christ child himself."
let me take you back to the Tribal Council you wrote about in Entry
Coach is recounting all the life-or-death situations he was
Jeff Probst - "Five,
Six, Seven or Eight Life-or-Death Situations?!"
"Probably more than that. I mean, if you want me to recount
them I will. [Note
that Coach didn't even pause here! He went into the next
in the same breath. God forbid no one wants to hear him
this shit!] I've been through a hurricane, I've
attacked by a shark, I had a run in with a crocodile, got captured by
the Indian tribe, I mean there were some very defining moments in my
life where I thought these were the last 3 or 4 seconds."
there are no pictures on the Amazon page for the hurricane, the
crocodile, or the natives who wanted to eat his ass.
There is, however, a picture of the
actual shark attack!
"Shark Attack on Wade's
first I thought a Suckster had to have logged onto Amazon and uploaded
this ridiculous picture of a Great White. But no - the
was uploaded by Tom Gauthier, the author of the book! The
part is that the pic was uploaded on March 17, 2009, a full month
9 aired on April 16, 2009 - which is the episode where Coach talked
about the shark attack on his kayak at Tribal Council. So
Coach was going to drop "shark attack" at some point on TV and he set
up. It's like an episode of Punk'd.
Runaway Juror sent me this info, I couldn't believe it. It was like a
gift from the Funny 115 comedy gods had fallen directly into my lap.
Instinctively I knew this was going to go in my #1 Coach
Ah but wait!
And then Runaway Juror sent me a follow up.
The Same Shark Continues
to attack Wade's kayak. This time with fricking
And then, just for good measure? The capper to this
incredible bit of Coach trivia.
From a reader at Sucks named prozenrolle:
The BEST thing about that
Ben Wade newspaper clipping is the CAPTION
that the author uploaded along with it on Amazon:
"Wade is a celebrity in Honduras." :D
Sure enough, here is the actual picture caption on Amazon:
Wade is a celebrity in Honduras
And so there you go. Never forget that.
Coach is a celebrity in Honduras.
The sheer number of times that someone involved with Survivor
has compared him to Steven Seagal
"Who is this guy? He looks like a
cross between Steven Seagal and keyboardist #2 from Animotion."
-Dalton Ross, Entertainment Weekly
Stephen Fishbach looks up two minutes into Tocantins to see what kind
of opposition he is going
to be up against
"Oh man. We are screwed. They have Steven Seagal."
"And what the hell are we gonna do against the Glimmer Man? I
have no idea."
who looks like a cross between Steven Seagal and Qui-Gon Jinn, came
into the game wanting to be the ultimate leader – even going so far at
Tribal Council a few weeks back as to take offense when someone else
was deemed more leader-worthy than he was."
-Dalton Ross again, in a different Entertainment Weekly article
Iron sharpens midichlorians.
"On our tribe we have the, uh, long haired guy."
"Who looks like the love child between Steven Seagal and the Last of
Stay alive! No matter what occurs! I will find you!
"So if he can pull any of those skills out, like you know, survival
skills like an Indian."
"Or karate moves like Steven Seagal, he's a good guy to have
on your side I think."
Did somebody say karate?
THE SCREAM OF THE GODS!
Do you enjoy people who say one thing, and then immediately
something to contradict it about 30 seconds later? Well if
you have found your hero in Coach.
I swear he does this at
least once per episode.
Here is my favorite example of Coach saying something and
then -immediately- contradicting it.
Episode 3 of Tocantins. Jalapao wins reward!
Coach is so angry his tribe lost that he could scream
In fact he does. AGHHHH!!
Timbiras go back to camp after the loss. And people
start apologizing for how poorly they performed in the challenge today.
"I just feel like I've let everybody down."
never fear. Luckily Coach is there to lift your spirits up
keep you from getting all down on yourself.
After all, this
what inspirational Coaches do. They build their team up.
last thing that we should do, and I beg all of you to not go off
in groups and say 'Man you know, Erinn screwed up today.'"
"Or Debbie really screwed up today."
"Because that would be the worst thing we could do."
right. Listen to your Coach. The worst thing you
right now is split off into little groups and start pointing fingers at
So of course what does Coach Wade, the greatest Coach in the world, do
in the very next scene?
He splits off into a little group and he starts pointing fingers at
"People are just panicked in the challenges. Have you seen
Sierra? She like... screams."
"She's like Ahhhhh Ahhhhh! AHHHHH!"
"I mean, who's worse? Is it Erinn or is it Sierra?"
Nicely played, Coach. Nicely played.
Coach is a douche in Honduras
21. The fact
that Coach is so true that he can't exist in the same vicinity as
people who smile evilly
I love this scene. It is so Coach.
"No one is as noble or pure or honest as me!"
I already talked about this scene in
its own entry earlier, but it bears repeating here because it
might be the single greatest Coach quote ever.
This is right after Erinn has been caught "smiling evilly."
And it pisses Coach off.
The face of the devil
"It makes me sick. I exist to surround myself with people
that have integrity."
cannot exist around people like that.
Erinn also picks her nose evilly
"You guys can because you can socialize with 'em."
thanks Coach. I'm glad we are all commoners who can exist
Glad we can all provide some sort of a buffer for you.
Oh wait. And now we come to the super Coachy part.
"I am so true
that existing around people that smile evilly when somebody else is on
their knees kills
(screaming) "I can't exist around her, I can't
look at her in
camp, I can't walk by her now!"
Coach glaring daggers at Erinn
Coach is more true than Honduras
20. The fact
that Coach is such a natural leader that, during the show-opening 'grab
everything you can from the truck in five minutes' segment, he told his
team with his eyes what to grab.
He didn't even know these
people. Yet HE TOLD THEM WITH HIS EYES!
The intro to Survivor: Tocantins. The game is about to begin.
Jeff is about to tell people to grab as much as they can in five minutes
Coach is already instructing his followers on what to take
And also apparently checking out Probst's package
Take the net, Stephen. Be the fisherman.
"Go! You have 60 seconds to gather as much as you can.
Wow, thank God Coach was here. Otherwise we would have been
Coach with his tribe and his supplies afterwards
Yeah I pretty much nailed that
that was awesome? Well check this out. This is a
episodes later when Coach not only continues to believe that he
instructed people what supplies to take with his eyes, he actually comes out and Tribal Council
and takes credit for it.
This is why Coach is so awesome. Only Coach would take credit
for this in front of everybody.
Pay attention to the way Coach begins this argument.
claims he's not going to suggest that he should be leader, but
then he immediately suggests that he should
I think Coach learned some of his debate skills from Dreamz.
"I'm not suggesting that I'm the leader, but..."
"On the truck I was making eye contact with everybody."
"And the reason why it worked so smoothly is because I basically told
everybody with my eyes to get what they needed to get."
Tyson enjoyed that statement
Erinn, on the other hand, has a different reaction to it
Coach led Honduras to independence using only his eyes
The way that Coach will randomly brag about himself.
love how Coach can just slip some random amazing fact about
himself in to any sentence without anyone even
prompting him about it.
Nobody does this better than he does.
"That man's got an ego bigger than Brazil. That will be the
death of him."
This is right after Coach has "slayed" Brendan, and he is giving a
confessional about it. Get ready for some random Coach
"I pit myself against Brendan yesterday."
"For me to pit myself against someone who is younger."
"That is faster than me."
"And, maybe stronger than me..."
"Although I bench press three hundred pounds."
"We were talkin' two days ago and he was like really?"
"Cause he doesn't do that."
Thanks Coach. Good interview. We were all wondering
exactly how much you can
Speaking of bragging, this one is even better. I
the fact that Coach will brag about how he
listen to this quote. Only Coach would say something like
This is right after he owns Colby in the opening immunity challenge.
"Everybody thought that Colby was going to have his way with me."
"The tribe was talking about it long after I had forgotten it."
"About how I'd gone out there and basically frog marched Colby to the
mat at the end."
Yes thanks Coach. lol. I'm sure you have forgotten
it. Thanks for not wanting to bring it up again.
By the way, speaking of frog marching Colby in the immunity challenge...
Coach is a testicle grabber
Did you ever catch this little Coach moment?
This is from a reader named Blake in my guestbook:
just rewatched HvV ep 1 for the colby vs coach moment and i noticed
something that was overlooked in your writeup. right when coach grabs
colby around the waist, one of the girls (Amanda?) says "Leave his
crotch alone, Coach!" coach then proceeds to grab colby's crotch not
two seconds later."
Ha ha. I never caught that before but Blake is dead on right.
Check it out for yourself.
Episode 1 - the Coach vs Colby showdown
Coach gets behind Colby and wraps him up
Still wrapped up
Still wrapped up
is where we get the crotch quote, which I believe comes from
Amanda. It is hard to tell because it comes from off camera.
"LEAVE HIS CROTCH ALONE, COACH!"
Who said that? What the fuck?
And sure enough, right after that quote?
Yep, you guessed it.
Coach goes right for the crotch.
Oh, what have we here?
Iron squeezes iron
Oooooh I hates ball grabs.
They taught me that in Chong Ran
Somewhere Reid Donaldson is laughing
Oh and speaking of Chong Ran...
The fact that Coach must always be way more amazing and way
interesting and way more accomplished than you. Oh and that
also must always be the center of attention at all times, no matter
who else the scene is supposed to be about.
Let's put it this
way. Coach is basically a male version of Penelope
Wiig), the girl who has to one-up everyone on Saturday Night Live.
my trip to the Amazon was just a little bit better. A little
scarier. Also, mmmmm, I invented kayaking. I
river. I invented that shark."
From a reader named Mark Polishuk:
"Yeah, Coach is that guy
--- the Topper. You've met people like this at work
or at parties. This is the person who, whenever someone says they've
done something or had something odd happen to them, always has to chime
in with a self-centered tale of how they've done something similar (and
they can remain the center of attention. Coach did this a lot, but
perhaps his greatest boast was how he claimed to be a master of a
secret form of martial art so hush-hush that you can't even find it on
the Internet. And that he was only judged worthy of learning
after months of study with a group of monks. This was in response, I
believe, to Erinn saying that she did some yoga."
Ha ha. Well said Mark. I have always loved that
scene too. Here it is.
Don't even try to look up Coach's version of Tai Chi. It is
way better than yours.
"What I'm doing is called Chong Ran."
"It's an ancient Tibetan... if you do a Google search on it you won't
"It's only passed down verbally."
"You have to go there to the monastery to study it."
By the way, I googled Chong Ran and it is definitely on the
Internet. I found it in about five seconds.
Sierra, of course, is less than impressed by Coach's version of the
single greatest martial art form ever
By the way, want another example of where Coach feels
compelled to one up
everybody? Well here is another one. In fact, here
"There's an electricity as you're riding in
on those helicopters going through everyone's veins."
Of course. Especially yours.
a third example, only this one is kind of cheating because it is from
South Pacific. But it fits in this category so I will throw
Here is Coach being way more important than everyone else.
"I lost us the challenge today."
"Don't blame your..."
"I lost the challenge because people wouldn't listen to me."
Oh, here's a fun one.
Want a great pre game quote where Coach brags about
awesome he is in real life? Check out this hilarious quote
from before Tocantins where
he brags about how he screws over his coaches and his players.
is an actual Coach quote from an actual interview.
From a Reality Blurred
am phenomenal at manipulating people. I manipulate my
highest-paid assistant coach right now is only getting $5,000 a
year. I have a staff of six. It's the biggest
coaching staff in the
NCAA. Nobody has six coaches. I have these girls come
and pay $20,000 a
year to come and play for my school and I don't give them a dime of
scholarship, there's others that I do. I'm
awesome at manipulating."
Good job Coach. Way to screw over your assistants and your
players. Here's a pat on the back.
Coach won the World Cup for Honduras
Coach's hair fetish, and how the other players in Tocantins
will make fun of it
This is one of my particular favorite little
happens very fast, but it is so funny and so ridiculous (like Yau Man's
"I Found a Lemon Tree!") that there is no way you can watch Tocantins
now and not watch for it.
Coach and Brendan. Not always the closest of friends.
Coach likes to mess with hair
And Brendan likes to mock Coach messing with his hair
Coach is a hair model in Honduras
Here is my favorite moment of Brendan subtly mocking Coach and his hair
As a reader named thehalford from Survivor Sucks sums up,
walks back from treemail - "Hey guys, got mail! Coach, your hair tie."
Just the matter of fact way in which he says it cracked me up."
Brendan is walking back with treemail in episode 8
"Hey guys, we've got treemail!"
"Coach, your hair tie."
The fact that Coach plays games with the way he casts ballots
you ever catch this before? This is one of the most awesome
quirky things that Coach has ever come up with. Check this
Bet you never noticed it before.
From a reader named Michael:
"I found something
interesting about Coach you could add to his entry.
HvV, Coach put a little number at the top corner of every vote he cast.
I'm sure most people assumed there was some historic or spiritual
meaning to these numbers, what most people don't know is that he was
attempting to spell out "Dragon Slayer", with each number equaling a
letter. Although sadly he was only there long enough to
Ha ha. This is awesome. Want to see the pictorial
evidence? Here you go!
Episode three, the Randy vote. Coach wrote a 4 in a box.
4 = D.
Episode six, the Parvati vote. Coach wrote 18. 18=R.
Episode seven, the Courtney vote. 1=A.
And finally, episode eight, his own boot episode. It's hard
to see in this picture, but Courtney=7=G.
And then, of course...
I told people over at Survivor
Sucks that I was including this little Coach quirk in his entry, and
see all the awesome comments I got about it. Here are my
Man, what a drag.
Don't forget ironic ;)
from Matt Carter:
out Dragonslayer on his votes shows a surprisingly pessimistic side to
Coach. Given an average of 7 post-merge Tribal Council votes, for this
to work his tribe would've had to lose five pre-merge immunity
challenges. I can't imagine he thought he'd lose that much (or,
conversely, I love to imagine him tanking several challenges for the
sole purpose of spelling out Dragonslayer.)
only Coach had lasted longer in HvV, and finished spelling out his
phrase! He probably would have had a big, smug reveal about it at the
Reunion. I bet he'd write a poem.
It would be even funnier
if he made it through the whole season but he
spelled it wrong.
worth pointing out that, just as Coach was so confident he was the
winner that he started his little DRAG trick, he also didn't bring a
change of clothes or any toiletries for once he got to Ponderosa,
because he knew for a fact he would win the game. Poor Coach.
Coach is an adverb in Peru
to part 2...