The Real World debuted this week, but while Frank has already begun earning his way on the list, we've got a hunch he's going to be far more atrocious as the season progresses than he was in the season premiere. Aim high, dude.
Simon Cowell (X Factor)
We've lived through enough seasons of Idol to know Cowell's act already, but he crossed the line during Clarissa "Cashmere" Cheatham's audition. Yes, the 27-year-old may have butchered "Always Be My Baby," but she wasn't any more awful than your average lackluster auditioner, and it's not like she was giving the judges any attitude. But, for some reason, the very sight of Cashmere sent Simon into a giggling fit, and when it was time for him to give his critique, he guffawed in her face and told her: "When you said that people screamed after karaoke, I don't think that was a compliment!" and keeled over to laugh some more. Not funny.
Dr. Drew (Teen Mom)
We've never been the doctor's biggest fans, but he really went for some low blows on the Teen Mom reunion. He essentially asked Farrah why she had no friends and made her feel bad that her boyfriend died and that she was alone. Then he took aim at Amber, trying to shoehorn her back together with Gary even though they clearly are dysfunctional in so many ways. And for some reason, he felt the need to bring up Amber's sister who died when she was a child. Was his goal to hurt these young people, or just get them to cry on camera? No one needed to see this.
Melissa (Dance Moms)
Abby's a megalomaniac monster, and yet, it seems that deep down she cares about these children (even if it is just because she needs them in order to win national titles and spread the Abby Lee Miller name across the world). But Melissa's a confusing one. She leaves her two small children in the care of Abby and another employee and then takes off to Florida with her boyfriend. Not exactly great parenting, yet she yelled at her ex-husband (the father to the two girls) when he had the nerve to fly across the country and take care of the kids himself. Is there something we don't know about this dad? Other than that he thinks Abby is a crazy bitch who expects far too much from little girls? Even so, don't leave your kids in a strange city with random people. Just don't.
Jake (Top Shot)
The thing we've always enjoyed about Top Shot is that it is a gentleman's competition. The men (and women) who go on this show seem to take it seriously and are not only anxious to show off their skills, but also hone some new ones. People usually volunteer themselves to go into elimination rounds if they've performed poorly. But not Jake. He's still holding a grudge from like three weeks ago when someone tried to get him out on bad shooting. He's sleeping outside, behaving like an immature child and trying to goad other people into punching him in the face by saying belittling and horrible things at any inopportune moment.
Victor (Project Runway)
Yes, this show is a competition, but really, when Anya loses her money and you won't offer her a scrap of fabric, you look like a douche. Anya would give you the shirt off her back so you could create a winning design. And while Josh makes catty comments, too, Victor's are a little more mean-spirited somehow. Plus, he encouraged Anya and Laura to let Kimberly make something tacky because telling her she was going astray was too helpful.
Winner: Dr. Drew
He really opened some unnecessary wounds with his questions, and it wasn't even stuff we were curious to know about. Ask more relevant questions or, better yet, stop hosting these shows. And be a real doctor and tell Gary he should try and lose weight instead of forcing him back into a strained relationship.
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