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Celebrity Deathmatch

Season 6 Episode 4

King of the Lil' People

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Mar 02, 2007 on MTV - Music Television
7.3
out of 10
User Rating
7 votes
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Episode Summary

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Lil' Bow Wow vs. Lil' Romeo Lil' Wayne vs. Lil' Flip Lil' Jon vs. Lil' Kim
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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Save it for the BET Channel!

    6.6
    Enough with the rap/hip-hop music. Enough! I can understand that it's part of today's pop culture like disco was back in the '70s, but it just doesn't interest me as much as it used to. I'll be expecting Daddy Yankee vs. Sean Paul and 50 Cent vs. the Game later, but other than that, CDM, I would like to see more INTERESTING celebs on your show. And what I mean by "interesting," I mean more modern rock stars, etc. and a little less rappers and R&B stars. Sure, today's youth cares more about rap, R&B, and pop music, but there are other pieces of today's youth as well, and they're more into rock, metal, etc. and couldn't care less about rap or pop. I know some of you will probably disagree with this review, but this is what I think.



    So in closing, I'd like to say... CDM, please lay off that urban youth stuff a "lil'," PLEASE?!! I'll still watch your show.moreless
  • This episode proves that a 'Little' goes a Long way! :D

    10
    Whoo whoo! "Celebrity Deathmatch" has proven once again that it is the Only show where you can always count on some pompous, self-righteous, less important than they really think they are celebrity getting their just desserts handed to them! In this case, what happens when you want to get 2 'Little' people together but they no longer have 'Little' in their nicknames? Well if you're Nick Diamond and Johnny Gomez, you first kill the current celebrities than bring them back from the dead via the Celebrity Deathmatch Time Machine from when they still had the 'Little' in their names! Kids will be kids but no 'normal' parent would ever allow a kid to act like a dog and then rob another boy of a potential manhood the way Little Bow Wow did! Nick Diamond than proves yet again that as a host announcer, he's one of a kind as only He can get addicted to Crunk Juice when it's actually nothing more than tomato juice that was named Crunk Juice! And music once again proves deadly as Lil' Jon effectively demonstrates against Lil' Flip and Lil' Bow Wow. An effective demonstration of gore and bloodbath is once again shown here in this fine example from the people who really know how to make clay figures which is why I like this show! Enough said, true believers! ;)moreless

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • This would be the second time Lil' Kim would be on Celebrity Deathmatch, but she could not fight this time because she was in jail.

    • In the fight between Lil' Bow Wow and Lil' Romeo, it would have made more sense to have the boys fight as they are. They might have dropped the "lil'" from their names, but the boys would have gone at it with each other anyways, like the other fighters with Lil' in their names.

    • Introduction of the new Celebrity Deathmatch Slam Cam. It's a tiny camera strapped on to the waists of any celebrity that fights in the ring in order to film and record close-up footage of the fighting that wasn't possible before.

  • QUOTES (2)

  • NOTES (1)

    • Lil' Kim refused to fight in main event with Lil' Jon unless she get jail time, to boost record sales. Lil' Jon still won the fight but with Lil' Flip and Bow Wow.

  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Lil' John: Now you crossed the line! Lil' John's gonna make Lil' Lunchables out of you, too!


      This quote is the reference of the Oscar Mayer product, Lunchables.

    • Nick: Lil' Bow-Wow's going absolutely Cujo out there!
      This is a reference to the book (and later film) Cujo, by Stephen King.

    • The Exorcist: When Nick Diamond's head completely spins around while he's addicted to Lil' John's Crunk Juice, it is a reference to a scene from the 1973 shock horror movie The Exorcist.

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