Lighthearted Entertainment, the company behind reality TV shows such as “Dating Naked” and “Moment of Truth,” has promoted Jeff Spangler to executive vice president.The promotion comes a month after the death of Lighthearted founder Howard Schultz, who prior to his death at age 61 had announced that executive vice president Rob La Plante and Spangler had been named co-owners and partners in the company.Kevin Huxford is a blogger/internet troll who calls himself a "journalist." What he manages to do is piss off everybody he comes in contact with.He stalks and insults Marvel writer Dan Slott any chance he gets.
Marc laughed the whole incident off, but when Slott stood up for his friend, Huxford became obsessed with Slott.It was in this exchange that we found out that Kevin's activism with unions comes from his time working as a grocery bagger. That is, until you see his shirtless vlogs on You Tube.*shudder* 7) The Sentry The Sentry is the only fictional character on this list (unless Grocery Bagger Union Buster isn't real).Everyone crowded into the greenroom around a fuzzy TV set to watch with unabashed glee as my sister and I raced across the screen. Every time the Race cut to commercial, I would launch into a story about “what really happened” or how the episode didn’t convey how difficult some of the challenges were. Waite who plays Henry ad-libbed a line about traveling to the country that I was appearing in that week on the Race, and Steve Routman our Bellomy would often whisper updates to me about what was happening on TV.Sometimes I would get teased about the Race—while onstage. Once he even made a fake Amazing Race clue envelope and filled it with instructions telling me to “Stand on a box in Venice and be whipped and burned”—something I actually do in The Fantasticks.