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Turtle Becomes an Official 'Half Pint Brawler' (VIDEO)

by Chris Harnick, posted Jul 8th 2010 10:20AM
Half Pint BrawlersTurtle is now part of the gang! On 'Half Pint Brawlers' (Wed., 11PM on Spike), Turtle finally got official recognition from the group -- at a price. To be part of them, he had to get a tattoo.

But, it wasn't just any tattoo, Turtle had to get a tat of a picture of Puppet from the 1980s, curly mullet and all.

"So I'm officially a brawler?" Turtle asked, not knowing what the tattoo was. Surprise, it's your pal's face!

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Puppet Takes a Pool Ball to the Crotch on 'Half Pint Brawlers' (VIDEO)

by Donald Deane, posted Jul 1st 2010 4:15PM
We'd like to thank the creative mastermind who envisioned 'Half Pint Brawlers' (Wed, 11PM ET on Spike), because it's surely one of the most compelling things currently on television.

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Spike TV Letting 'Scrappers' and 'Half Pint Brawlers' Loose on the Network

by Jason Hughes, posted Feb 1st 2010 6:28PM
Half Pint BrawlersLittle people are the next big thing on television, apparently. 'Little People, Big World' has been recently joined by 'The Little Couple,' 'Little Chocolatiers' and 'Pit Boss.' Now, Spike TV is getting in on the action, quite literally, by greenlighting a six-episode series about a troupe of traveling little person wrestlers.

The network has ordered ten episodes of 'Scrappers,' which follows a group of scrap-metal workers as they root around in Brooklyn looking for the best crap. So tell me, how does a show about people scrapping metal score more episodes than a series about the Half Pint Brawlers, a group of little people wrestlers led by Puppet "The Psycho Dwarf."

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'1000 Ways to Die' Lives On for Third Season

by Leonard Jacobs, posted Feb 1st 2010 1:45PM
1000 Ways to DieComing soon to Spike TV: an original late-night talk show, new episodes of '1000 Ways to Die' and reality shows on hardcore little wrestlers and Brooklyn "scrappers."

According to a network press release, the chat fest will be outside of the traditional late-night zone. Instead of stars promoting flicks, it will spotlight ordinary people in extraordinary situations, such as a "convenience store clerk who defended himself against would-be criminals or a former stock broker who quit his job to join the Green Berets in Afghanistan." The is said to be "manformation" for the "true guys' guy," according to network Senior Vice President Sharon Levy. Hosts are still to be named.

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