It's still early in ABC's new show Splash, but we are already getting an idea of who has what it takes and who doesn't.
Kendra Wilkinson couldn't face her fear of heights in the third episode last week, joining Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh and Cosby Show actress Keshia Knight Pulliam as the first contestants eliminated from the diving competition.
Who would be next to walk the plank and take a dive in the fourth episode?
As always, the world of Twitter painted the picture on Tuesday.
USA Diving, which has been hyping up Splash throughout the season, got things started:
Time for another episode of #Splash! Are you watching?— USA Diving (@USADiving) April 10, 2013
Darren Kramer of WTNH Connecticut tweeted:
This is the worst show in the history of TV.I can't turn it off. #Splash— Darren Kramer (@DarrenKramer8) April 10, 2013
2012 Olympic diver Cassidy Krug was excited about the show:
It's somersault week on #splash! Easterners tune in now!— Cassidy Krug (@CassidyKrug) April 10, 2013
Bob Fescoe of 610 Sports radio in Kansas City wasn't impressed by Katherine Webb's dive:
Unless Louie Anderson does a cannonball, Webb is gone.That was rough #splash— Bob Fescoe (@bobfescoe) April 10, 2013
Jazz Shaw, weekend editor at HotAir.com, gave props to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar:
For the record, Kareem Abdul Jabbar was freaking awesome in a 1.5 forward flip. 7' tall and 60+ yrs old. #SPLASH— Jazz Shaw (@JazzShaw) April 10, 2013
Can't stop watching this show Splash....Katherine Webb's suits are getting skimpier..Louie Anderson gets fatter! twitter.com/kevinkarlson/s…— Kevin Karlson (@kevinkarlson) April 10, 2013
St. Paul Pioneer Press business reporter John Welbes needed a mere 30 seconds to formulate his opinion of Splash:
Watched Splash for 4 minutes. 3:30 longer than needed to realize it shouldn't be a TV show.— John Welbes (@jwelbes) April 10, 2013
Actor Joshua Malina quipped before the show:
I could never be a contestant on #Splash. I have an intense fear of Joey Lawrence.— Joshua Malina (@JoshMalina) April 9, 2013
Is former Green Bay Packers receiver Donald Driver thinking about joining Splash next season?
I wonder could I do #Splash. What do you all think?— Donald Driver (@Donald_Driver80) April 10, 2013
David Portnoy of BarStoolSports.com tweeted:
I don't want to say Louie Anderson getting ready to do a flip on Splash is must watch TV but it kind of is— David Portnoy (@stoolpresidente) April 10, 2013
In the end, Louie Anderson was sent home while Katherine Webb once again survived. It was fun having you, Louie.