The way reality TV works is they shoot a ton of footage and then take it back to LA to edit. Weeks later, if the producers cant connect one shot to another, they send a list of Voice Over requests for the star of the show to say. This voice over helps to explain what you are looking at on your screen and moves the story along to the next plot point. Wayne was not sitting watching the show and commenting on what was on the screen at that very moment, and none of that narriative was recorded at the event. So most likely the producer of the show getting his facts wrong, and Wayne reading a piece of paper and not seeing what footage actually accompanies what he is saying. And they don't send the show to Wayne to approve it before it airs. It is what it is when it gets sold to Velocity. Dont ask how I know this crap.