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Thursday, June 25, 2009

Reality Really Entertaining? its okay...your not the only one

OKAY. So there has been a sudden emergence in reality TV correct? I will say some of these shows are kinda..."What's the point? i haven't laughed in the past 45 minutes" BUT i will also say i follow them too =(. I don't know what it is...is it...the stupidity? the "this is so stupid but i cant turn away" factor? I think so. But no matter who you are, if you watch TV or even keep up with the vast world of entertainment, you have AT LEAST thought about watching a reality TV show. I mean come on: Real World(too many seasons to be specific), Real World/ Road Rules Challenge, Runs House, Flavor of Love, I love New York, Real Chance of Love, Daisy of Love, For the Love of Ray J, Made, The Hills, College Hill, ANTM, ITS ALL THERE. And I'm an advocate of the "one show watch rule." I will watch one show, 9 times out of 10 the first episode, and if i like it, ill continue to watch the show. But beware, they are easily addicting. So the more you find yourself checking the clock around prime time every night of the week, and then watch and find yourself saying "Is she really doing this? What is her problem? Come on now..." you my friend, are a reality watcher =(. the first step to recovery is to first admit you have a problem and the next step is to become content with yourself(because its not a problem if you dont think it is =]) after watching, because as my friends and i have discovered, the first time you say "You know what show I'm mad that i watch?" your done. Just don't get too crazy with it...and start believing you are in the show...because most of it is scripted anyway. *Recession people, I'm guessing that the cost for a sitcom is more than a reality TV show?*