Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Bad TV Shows I Am Drawn To

Yes I am a TV addict. No excuses or hiding from that. And I watch really bad tv. So maybe some of you can share in your sick love for these show...

Rock of Love (VH1) - Bret Michaels, from Poison, is dating Flav-a-flav style. He got a group of girls in a house and has them competing for dates and his eternal love. Or at least the final spot at the end of the season and a make out session. I must talk about Lacey. This girl is nuts. She targets one girl each week and makes it her goal to get that girl eliminated. At first I was thinking she as cool because she wasn't all blond and plastic but now she totally freaks me out (in a very entertaining way). Looks like next week the remaining girls are going to turn on Lacey and expose to Bret who she really is!

The Hills (MTV) - OMG Who isn't watching this show? Srsly? LC v Heidi! Justinbobby and Audrina? Is Spencer a real human because some times he looks like a robot to me? This show is soooo fake yet so appealing. I can't even explain it. And every once in awhile you remember that the kids on this show are literally kids (just out of high school 2-3 years ago) and still live off their Laguna Beach parent's money. Oh and they all have internships where you know they don't make enough money to afford a Benz or their swanky apartments. Oh LA!

Engaged and Underage (MTV) - Each week this show follows an under 21 couple on their way to marital bliss. Recently the show had two lesbian girls that met on Myspace who were getting married. They had to be like 18 or 19. First let me say that I have absolutely nothing against gay marriage. But these two girls were like little teenagers still living at home thinking they need to seal their union that probably started with an exchange of half naked photos. And as of the other couples on this show - I wish they show the couples like three years later instead of one month later to see how they are holding up.

Scott Baio is 45 and Single
(VH1) - You all know who Chachi/Charles in Charge/Bob Loblaw is but now you can know the intimate details of his relationship fears and follies. Scott hired a life coach to help him figure out whether he wants to get married or stay single for the rest of his life. It sounds like Scott knows the answer (constantly whining about how he doesn't want to be 60 and alone) but the way he describes women is something out of a nightmare cartoon. It is obvious he is obsessed with vanity and is self-absorbed but perhaps he might just learn something by confronting all the girls he has screwed over in his past. Fun to watch just to see him feel like crap at least 10 times an episode.



Blogger kovoor36 said...

vh1 is liek my new fave station, though i have never seen rock of love. it just didnt have the same appeal as flavor of love:)

August 22, 2007 2:39 PM  
Blogger Missy said...

I just learned about the Scott Baio show last night and on Sunday I learned about teh trainwreck called The Two Coreys. Oh those '80s tv & rock stars!
Where did they go wrong?

August 22, 2007 3:32 PM  
Blogger Shawn said...

i saw about 5 minutes of that two corey's show. awful. they were having dinner with some girl from peta and he wanted to get with her. it actually didnt even make sense but of course I kept watching until the commercial. then i spaced out and changed the channel and forgot to go back to it.

August 22, 2007 3:59 PM  

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