If you haven't by now, you can really never get enough Say Yes to the Dress.
Fact: I will watch any show affiliated with Say Yes to the Dress. Especially ones where women expect/demand their 15 closest BFFs to each pay over $500 for a bridesmaid dress. While I'm never a fan of seeing a grown woman cry because she feels ashamed and embarrassed that she can't afford something, that part is mercifully only a small percentage of the show. Most of the time, I'm happy to report, it's vaguely dramatic little bumps in the road of the stereotypical American wedding bullshit combined with boring or otherwise ugly dresses. It's a pleasant and mindless formula that completely works for me.
Need a break from all of the holiday-heavy stuff on TV? TLC has you covered with nonstop wedding coverage. Lucky us!
I've been half-watching every episode of Say Yes to the Dress this season, and in case you've been living in a cave since late April, I'll tell you right now that it's been business as usual at Kleinfeld's, with one indistinguishable dramatic wedding party after the next -- So, in other words, season five has been great!