WMG: Celebrity Deathmatch
The entire Celebrity Deathmatch crew is a group of Time Lords.
- Wouldn't be a WMG page unless someone said that.
- That Time Machine does look an awful lot like a phone booth.
- Actually, the time machine itself isn't the TARDIS. The broadcast booth is.
Eric Fogel will revive this show whenGlenn Martin, DDS. gets cancelled.
- Think about it. The show was originally revived without Fogel because he was working on "Starveillance". But, when the show (very quickly) got cancelled, Fogel didn't get hired back to work on the show because 2 other guys took his place. So now, with the show in limbo again, and Fogel working on another show, there's a chance that once "Glenn Martin, DDS." gets cancelled, he'll fallback on his old show and produce new episodes (probably on a new network since there's no sign of MTV2 bringing it back) for it. However, this all hinges on if he hated Seasons 5 and 6 or not...
None of the celebrities actually die.
- We've seen, in a few episodes, a show about how celebrities are doing after the match, even though they supposedly died as the match was going on (as seen in Cindy Crawford vs. Janeane Garofalo, and Sylvester Stallone vs. Arnold Schwarzenegger. They've also sometimes brought characters back for second matches after already having died, such as Hanson making a guest appearance in Marilyn Manson vs. Garth Brooks despite already having been killed by Marilyn. But how can this be if they are dead? Simple. You can't die while in the Deathmatch ring. You only get incapacitated for long enough that the referee can announce the winner, and then it's all fine. This also explains how the celebrities survive some of the injuries inflicted, such as Sylvester Stallone reassembling after dissolving, and Bigfoot and Richard Nixon still being able to talk after getting killed. This also explains why it's considered fine to kill people who are in the ring, even if they're not combatants (as shown in Kid Rock vs. Eminem when Joe C kills Carson Daly), but killing audience members isn't. The only problem with this theory is the "Backstreet Boys vs. *NSYNC" match.
- It also doesn't explain Don King's case. He died in every episode while he was in the audience, but when Donald Trump offed him in the ring, he never came back.
- Actually in Stallone vs. Schwarzenegger, they both KO'd each other, and Stallone got up first. Arnold doesn't get killed, but his back was hurt.