Tag Archives: Reality TV

Here’s The Problem: Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Here’s The Problem: Has anyone watched The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? These bitches are fantastic. I’m already obsessed with Kyle (brunette with longer hair). She is amazing and is also Paris Hilton’s aunt. So where is the problem? I’ll tell you. It’s Kelsey Grammer’s ding-bat (ex?) wife – Camille. This bitch has 4 nannies – for 2 children and has one of those baby stirpper voices – you know what I’m talking about? Yeah, you do.

Actual Problem: The gal on the far right is a Maloof – which means she is        S U P E R rich and yet she could not afford a plastic surgeon who wouldn’t turn her into creepy cat lady? Hmmm.

Advertisements

Here’s the Problem: Kardashian Lawsuit

Here’s the Problem:  This is old news, but I think it’s hilarious and you can’t put a timeline on funny.   There’s a prisoner suing the Kardashians for emotional distress because he has been forced to watch their show in jail – citing the domestic violence and racism on the show has perminantly scarred him.

Actual Problem: I am closely following any developments on this case.  If this dude (and in my head it’s OJ Simpson) gets his requested $75,000, I wonder how much the roommate of an E! executive could get…

 

**I love you!

Here’s the Problem: 42 Days to Project Runway

Vodpod videos no longer available.

Here’s the Problem:  No one – NO ONE – is more stoked than us that Runway is coming back to the airwaves on August 20th.   But do we really need to wait 42 days to get a taste of our favorite televised fashion competition?

Actual Problem:  NO ACTUAL PROBLEM!!!  Get your first look at the designers, their portfolios, and a whole ton of awesome stuff HERE!

Here’s the Problem: Behind the Scenes Nonsense

Anyone else find Joey crazy hot?  No?  Ok, me neither.

Anyone else find Joey crazy hot? No? Ok, me neither.

Here’s the Problem:  Knowing how obsessed I am with this season of the Real World: Cancun, reader Rochelle sent us this link to StudentCity’s page with “behind the scenes” footage of the gang.   Unfortunately, the two posts that are up now are lame use of bandwidth.  No one cares what that barely female version of Brooke Hogan who is posing as the RW kids’ boss, has to say about Joey spitting in the tacos. 

Actual Problem:  The only interesting tidbit Christina, aka boss lady, aka does not translate on camera, has to tell us is that CJ and his old lady (really, how old?) broke up weeks before shooting started, so all that drama in episode 1 was fake.  Good job MTV.  Next time you get behind the scenes footage of a reality show, how bout you get us in the writers’ room too?  Keep the illusion alive, please.

Here’s the Problem: 16 and Pregnant

This turkey sandwich and promotional consideration form become less appealing each commercial break.

This turkey sandwich and promotional consideration form become less appealing each commercial break.

Here’s the Problem:  I FINALLY got around to seeing the show everyone is talking about, “16 and Pregnant” and wowie zowie.  It’s just as good as everyone says.

Actual Problem:  Of all the things to watch during my lunch hour, this shouldn’t be it.  A.  Graphic labor scene doesn’t promote appetite or digestion, and B. Watching a child bring another life into this world and learn to raise COMPLETELY erases the motivation to submit these expenses.

Here’s the Problem: Dancing Your Ass Off

You see fierce competition.  I see chalupa.
You see fierce competition. I see chalupa.

[TV KETCHUP – Chapter 3]

A series of posts about all the recorded TV I caught up on during a bout of insomnia.

Here’s the Problem:  Oxygen had a fab idea with this one – combining a dancing show and weight loss show – two red hot genres in the reality TV biz.  However, it’s the weakest version of both shows.  The contestants aren’t the strongest of dancers, and so far their scale readings haven’t blown me away.

Actual Problem:  For whatever reason watching people work this hard and dance so intensely really makes me want Taco Bell.  Ah, ok, reason for insomnia discovered. 

Here’s the Problem: NJ Mobwives Reunion

Just stop.  You don't get a nickname like "Tiny" unless you've gotten a Tommy Gun for a birthday present.  Capeesh?

Just stop. You don't get a nickname like "Tiny" unless you've gotten a Tommy Gun for a birthday present. Capeesh?

[TV KETCHUP – Chapter 2]

A series of posts about all the recorded TV I caught up on during a bout of insomnia.

Here’s the Problem:  I realize I’m a bit behind on this one, but may I please have a moment to reflect on my favorite quote of NJ Housewives Reunion part 1 in reference to the murder of Caroline’s father-in-law, Albert Tiny Manzo: 

Was it my father-in-law that was killed and shoved into a trunk? I’m dangerous? I knew about this through the whole show. I didn’t bring it up once. I’m classy. ~ Danielle Staub aka Beverly Merrill aka Prostitution Whore

 

Actual Problem:  Listen.   I’m not going to get in the middle of this because, as a Jersey girl I learned early on to, “respect the family,” but this was not an exercise in class.  It was an attempt to save her own life.  Blurting this out during one the highest rating episodes of the season – not safe OR classy, Danielle.  You better hope those implants help you float to the surface of the Hudson.