|Prickly Pete |
I can't watch this yet because I'm in class, but based on the reviews on the website: 5 stars!
I never realized how much product placement was shoved in your face at every moment of shows like this.
"My son's crippled with cerebral palsy."
"IS THAT SO!?!"
Oh, my god, the glee the host derives from these women's horrible problems is amazing.
THIS WOMAN'S DEAD HUSBAND AND TOTAL LACK OF JOY IN LIFE ARE BROUGHT TO YOU BY FOLGERS COFFEE.
Best quote: "Every weekend I have quite a lot of sailors in my house!"
It may simply be that the fucktard host, who I'm guessing died of cyrhossis of the liver, was charged with keeping up the pace, keeping it light, etc. This results in moments like:
"The average birth weight of my quintuplets was 2 pounds."
"Awww. That's so cute!"
Not the exact words, but it really does happen.
This is different from Extreme Home Makeover only in that you get to see how sad the losers are.
(also: that one hand model is incredibly hot. oh my christ.)
(also also: god damn, a hundred dollars for records in 1960? holy shit, that's a lot of vinyl.)
(also also also: everyone on this show is dead now.)
Also also also also: The host openly insulting the Lovely Assistant by saying "And let's give a big hand to Mary-Anne for doing something right."
MY SON ISN'T GOING ANYWHERE HE CAN'T FUCKING WALK.
You know, when I was a little girl, it was my childhood dream to go on this show and be crowned the Queen For a Day Ex-Lax box lady.
Just how scientific do you suppose that "applause meter" really is?
The was before science invented MILFs.
this show is the saddest thing
This is so purely and truly horrendous that I can't help but laugh a it. If only she'd died on the throne at the end.
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