Wednesday, December 05, 2007

I hope "I Love New York" is scripted.

I saw a commercial for "Nip/Tuck" which announced Tiffany Patterson aka Miss New York was going to be on the show. Wow.

I remember when "The Real World" premiered on MTV. I don't think any of those housemates knew what they were getting into. Now people go on most of these shows to become famous for being famous. At least with "Project Runway" and "Top Chef" you have to have some kind of talent and create something.

I watched "I Love New York" last night. I can't believe the mom, Sister Patterson could be that crazy. This has to be scripted for better ratings. I also have a hard time believing Sister Patterson paid $1,500 for her weave. She might need to fire her hairdresser, stat.

Who are these men on the show? Why are they on the show? I love how the parents wonder "what is my son doing?" Why did Miss New York butcher her body? What does she hope to gain from all this "exposure?" Over the weekend VH1 was showing repeats of "Flavor of Love" season one and it was clear then that Miss New York stood out. I asked my sister what happened to her dad?

With the writers' strike entering it fifth week, the networks have announced more reality shows for prime time. They are importing shows from overseas and moving up the schedule of shows that were supposed to air during the slow summer season. I don't think advertisers will be happy. They signed up for shows like "Ugly Betty" not "The New American Gladiator."


Liz said...

I think I read somewhere that that wasn't her real father but was an actor. Maybe I'm wrong though. Regardless, that show is just out of control. The only thing New York loves is the attention.

Jen of A2eatwrite said...

There are so many reality shows that out and out scare me.

See, maybe idiocracy is already here.

nyc/caribbean ragazza said...

Liz - are you joking? An actor? The show is the highest rated one on VH1.

jen - I know. At least Fear Factor is done. I never got that show.

gibber said...

Eh, i admit to watching fear factor for a while.

I am addicted to I Love New York. I can't help it! It's fantabulous!