My only question is will Average Joes have to forfeit its Dodgeball title to the Globo Gym Purple Cobras because it was inspired by Lance?—
Scott Paterno (@ScottPaterno) January 17, 2013
One of the greatest athletes of our generation has just admitted to being a drug cheat. So, naturally, people are tweeting about … “Dodgeball”?
Well now Dodgeball means nothing to me. Lance Armstrong's inspirational speech to Peter La Fleur was based on a lie. DODGEBALL IS A LIE!!!!!—
Mark Thompson (@theMTbrain) January 18, 2013
The ending to "Dodgeball" would have been so different if Lance's confession had happened before 2004, with no epic pep talk to Vince Vaughn—
Molly McGlynn (@Molly_McGlynn_) January 18, 2013
I watched Dodgeball the other day. Lance's cameo at the end made me sad.—
Stephanie Haberman (@StephLauren) January 18, 2013
Most importantly, will Lance Armstrong give back the money he made from his appearance in Dodgeball?—
David Lloyd (@DavidLloydE) January 18, 2013
I knew Lance Armstrong has been lying since the day he said he watched ESPN 8 in "Dodgeball". The Ocho doesn't exist!—
Keith Ehlis (@keithehlis) January 18, 2013
Perhaps Armstrong’s evasive answers are bringing back memories of Patches O’Houlihan’s five D’s of Dodgeball: dodge, dip, dive, duck, and dodge.