I'm going to be honest here: I spent most of the first episode of this show transfixed by Heidi Montag's boobs in her pink shirt. Not in a pervy way, but because I was trying to figure out if she was wearing a strangely textured bra, was sitting at an odd angle or if her nipples actually point in two separate directions. When that is the most fascinating part of a series that has some of reality's most biggest nightmares, it's probably a bad omen.
As you may already know, we make fun of celebrities on this site. I, for one, will bash Dr. Drew any chance I get, and once personally told him that he was a slut-shaming jerk. It felt great. As for the other celebs I jab at here and there, I would like to think that most of the things I write are based in reality and that I won't feel like the scum of the earth when I inevitably have to meet them face-to-face. It's kind of like running into someone you went to high school with; just as no one is the same person they were in high school (I hope), when someone's on TV, a small part of their humanity is sold to producers for the sake of story-editing. But in the age of cyber-bullying, being held accountable for what you say is no longer a given, and plenty of people are able to write and say horrible things about other humans -- reality stars included -- without any repercussion... that is, until now. Cue: the new CW show H8R.
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