There's a new TV show coming out this July titled, Brother vs Brother, and it looks like it was inspired somewhat from two members of the infamous Frat Pack, Owen Wilson and Ben Stiller. At least that's what Jonathan Scott, one of the stars of the TV show, tweeted today. I'm a HUGE Owen Wilson fan, but I've never actually seen a Ben Stiller movie, so that's as far as I can go in that direction.
Aside from all this, I am looking forward to Brother vs Brother on HGTV. I've been a fan of their show, The Property Brothers since it started, and I think this new show is going to be interesting. There's a chemistry between them that most brothers don't share.
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I'm usually in the corner of adorable Team Jonathan, but I digress.
If you just can’t seem to get enough of brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott, then you’ll love what’s heading your way this summer. Each week on Property Brothers you’ve witnessed their playful jabs and friendly competitiveness. Well now, you can watch them go head-to-head on HGTV’s newest show, Brother Vs. Brother. The brothers will lead two teams, Team Jonathan and Team Drew, and work to add value to two homes. The last team member standing will win a whopping $50,000 cash prize! - See more at: http://blog.hgtv.com/HGTVersus/category/brother-vs-brother/#sthash.T8BLhR7y.dpuf
For those who are not familiar with the Frat Pack, you can read more here. I find it refreshing to see that something like Brother vs Brother promo photo was inspired by Owen Wilson and Ben Stiller. It rings of the kind of parody I enjoy most, and also the kind of parody a lot of people don't always understand. In any event, I think it's going to be an interesting show.
Here's a link to the their web site, where you can also read about JD Scott as well. I find their honest tweets and facebook updates refreshing, especially those regarding the recent SCOTUS rulings JD posted. It's nice to see they aren't afraid to speak up and talk about what they believe is right. We don't see enough of that lately.