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"Reality" shows I admit watching are: by peripatetically on 6 February 2009 2:16pm
 
Top Chef
Project Runway
Supermodel
The Bachelor/Bachelorette (tehehehe)
So You Want to Marry a Millionaire
Shear Genius
Blow Out
And also that show where 2 hair stylists switch shops

(I might add to this list if I think of more)

Does anyone else like so-called reality shows or watch them anyway if they don't?

 
Re: "Reality" shows I admit watching are: by mrsthing on 6 February 2009 2:21pm
 
I saw an episode of "Wife Swap" that was pretty interesting. Once. At the gym. I don't have cable, so I don't get any of that stuff at home. Oh, and an episode of auditions for "R U Hot?" that was interesting just because there were so many really homely or obese people who, with all their hearts, thought they were sexy. Maybe they were--sexy is a way of being more than a look. But they didn't come across as sexy on the show. Just pathetically deluded.
 
Re: "Reality" shows I admit watching are: by peripatetically on 6 February 2009 2:25pm
 
Oh, I've seen a bit of those two shows too! Wife Swap isn't bad, but I am not a regular viewer of it. Same with the nanny shows. nanny Jo, for example. How dumb can some parents be sometimes? I agree, they do need help at times but some of things they get wrong are ridiculous.
 
Re: "Reality" shows I admit watching are: by canaveralgumby on 6 February 2009 5:11pm
 
Are the home make-over shows on HGTV considered "reality shows"? That's about all I watch. For the decorating ideas!
 
Re: "Reality" shows I admit watching are: by mrsteabag on 6 February 2009 7:44pm
 
"Reality" shows? Hmm..."America's Got Talent." You caught me on that one. I liked "Life Laundry."
 
Re: "Reality" shows I admit watching are: by peripatetically on 7 February 2009 12:09am
 
Oh yes. I love "America's Got Talent"!

And "American Idol", but only the auditions! Some of those people are so pathetic, aren't they? lol It's more entertaining than the actual competition.
 
Re: "Reality" shows I admit watching are: by kazzzz on 7 February 2009 12:12am
 
Wife Swap (the UK version) is ace!
The Biggest Loser (Aus version).
Um, that's it I think.
I've watched Supernanny a few times but it just makes me mad seeing the blatant mistakes the parents make, I wanna kick the telly ;)
 
Re: "Reality" shows I admit watching are: by peripatetically on 7 February 2009 12:25am
 
None of the problems are the fault of the kids. Makes me sad for them. Jo Frost was on Ellen today and she is such a sweetheart!
 
Re: "Reality" shows I admit watching are: by mrsteabag on 7 February 2009 1:30am
 
I love Nanny Jo and wish she'd take care of me somedays!
Ok, you caught me again...while I feel sorry for the "American Idol" contestants send to audition for the sake of good television, I still like to watch Simon's head explode. ;)
 
Re: "Reality" shows I admit watching are: by Spursfan on 7 February 2009 9:32am
 
I watched an episode of 'Paris Hilton's New British Best Friend' last week.

http://www.itv.com/paris/

I couldn't believe it!! About 8 girls and a (gay) boy all screaming whenever Paris visited them as if she was some huge star like Johnny Depp!!!

Each week one leaves the show until she is left with one who is her BBF.

Tacky tacky tacky.
 
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