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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (1972-present) – Pro-Wrestler, Scorpion King. Yet another wrestler, I know, but The Rock is perhaps one of the better athlete-actor crossovers there is. Mummy franchise and The Game Plan aside, Dwayne Johnson is entertaining to watch. Among the best of his appearances are his role as Elliot Wilhelm in Be Cool and his Agent 88 in Get Smart with Steve Carrell. Dramatist he is not, but it’s funny all the same.
The Prowler, which is a crazy looking sled that, because of a set of handles and a set of uprights can be either pushed or pulled, absolutely owns all other forms of conditioning for lineman. The Prowler should be part of any football training program, no question. Sleds are good, but the ability to get into a blocking position and drive a weighted sled is invaluable. Both Offensive and Defensive lineman will see their conditioning levels go through the roof after only a few sessions on the Prowler.
Hulk Hogan (1953-present) – Wrestler, reality TV star, hilarious Hollywood nanny. I know there’s a lot of wrestlers here, and I suspect it may be because of all the helpful crossovers between fake FLO Wrestling and acting… In any case, Hulk Hogan was always one of my favorite wrestlers, so watching him in Muppets from Space, Three Ninjas, and Mr. Nanny were among the highlights of my adolescence. Want a good laugh? Rent one.
Entertainment: How entertaining a Wrestler is also adds credibility of been a Legend. The Heart Break Kid, the Ultimate Warrior all have a good shot in this category.
“The Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” – When human remains are found at the site of a block party, Brennan and Booth are called in to investigate. Sweets is called in for help when the politics and scandals of the neighbors link everyone with some type of motive. Meanwhile, Booth’s son Parker tries to find him a girlfriend.
Great ideas made by designers and artists are copied all the time. Mass production allows everyone to get their hands on them at a lower price point. Remember mobile phones? They were almost the size of a suitcase when it was first launched, and yet people still bought them! But what happened? People got busy and tweaked the design, making mobile phones smaller, faster, lighter. And the process is still ongoing. Bigger corporations with mass production plants and innovators serve a different market, and if we take an objective look at the situation, we have them to thank for that mobile phone we have in our pockets, instead of it being something that is only within reach of a select few.