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“Top Chef” + “The Bachelorette” = The Reality Show Of My Dreams

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Between watching “Chopped,” “Top Chef,” “Hell’s Kitchen,” “Master Chef” and “Kitchen Nightmares,” I didn’t think there was time for another cooking show on my lineup. But when your dream reality show concept comes along, you make time. NBC is creating a new show “that brings together everyone’s two favorite things: food and love.” Indeed! The network put out a Craigslist casting call, which describes the premise of the show:

Each episode pits real-life single men in competition with each other in the kitchen as they try to win the affection of our lovely bachelorette. The single guys will field questions while simultaneously cooking the bachelorette’s favorite dish.

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Predict The Winner Of The New Season Of “Celebrity Apprentice”

Last season, “Celebrity Apprentice” was highly, highly entertaining. We met Gary Busey’s penis, Big Wednesday, suffered through Nene’s blow out with Star Jones and hid under our couches during Meatloaf’s fit of rage. Naturally, my expectations are above and beyond for the latest batch of “Apprentice” hopefuls (read as: random group of C and D-listers who are hungry for screen time). I’ve gotta say, I’m excited to see how Debbie, sorry, Deborah Gibson, does in a corporate environment. And I’m looking forward to seeing Dee Snider in a suit. I’ll admit it,  I wasted most of my lunch break predicting the order in which this season’s contestants will be fired by Trump. It’s OK, I can eat at my desk again. My predictions are above. Click here to make your own “Celebrity Apprentice” predictions before the premiere this Sunday, February 19th. It’s about to get real in the board room, people. [Celebuzz] Keep reading »

10 Changes “The Bachelor” Franchise Needs To Make If They Want Us To Take Them Seriously

Am I really about to get involved in the latest season of “The Bachelorette” with Ashley Hebert, a girl who in my estimation, is not really ready to settle down? I say this because at the end of last season, when she and Brad Womack were getting down to brass tacks, she hadn’t even considered the idea she may have to move to another state to be with him. Red flag that she may not be ready for marriage. The show, while highly entertaining, has lost all credibility. Trista and Ryan Stutter’s love was a fluke that producers have been fruitlessly trying to replicate since season one. I suppose Jason Mesnick and Molly Melaney are still going strong as well, but not without their fair share of scandal. Brad Womack and Emily Maynard are already over (well at least I think they are). I can’t say I’m the least bit surprised. It’s gotten to the point where you expect every “Bachelor” couple to fail. The show has become more about bikinis and less about betrothal. “The Bachelor” franchise needs to make a few changes if they want us to start taking them seriously agin. After the jump, a few suggestions. Keep reading »

Joe Gorga: The New Star Of “The Real Housewives Of New Jersey”

I was scared to watch the new season of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” sans Danielle Staub. I just didn’t think it could possibly be any fun without her and her delusional paranoia. Man, was I wrong. The first episode, which included a “West Side Story” style rumble at a Christening, made the episode where Staub’s weave got ripped out look like child’s play. And a new star emerged. Only he’s not a housewife — or even a woman for that matter. Keep reading »

Explore Uncharted Waters With Audrina Patridge


This promo for Audrina Patridge’s new VH1 reality show, “Audrina,” which premieres April 17, is absolutely captivating. I just lost five brain cells, but I can’t wait to spend lots of time watching Audrina swim and tan her way through her complicated Orange County existence. Oh, and I hope her drunk mother, Lynn, gets plenty of screen time. Hooray for high-quality reality programming! Long live trash TV! [People] Keep reading »

Was Anyone Else Deeply Disturbed By The Latest Episode Of “Jersey Shore”?

I know I am late to the “Jersey Shore” bashing party, but I got a little bit behind on my television watching last week. Can we please talk about the latest episode? You know, the one in which Ronnie verbally abused and physically threatened Sammi and, oh, destroyed all of her stuff. Keep reading »

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