It's almost better when you've got no idea what these people are talking about. Here we present the week's best out of context quotes plucked straight from reality television.
If, like us, you've spent your summer eagerly waiting for the second season of Homeland, you're in luck.
CBS has released photos of the 15 new members of the Big Brother cast, and along with their standard headshots, they included more "fun" poses. Most of them just tried to look cute or serious, but there were a few with some actually personality. So these are the contestants we're already rooting for, based simply on their very telling pictures.
We're at that point of the summer where Big Brother has become less of a guilty pleasure and more of a thrice-weekly chore. But it doesn't have to be that way. The show could definitely improve and manage to entertain us for a whole summer, if only producers were willing to improve it. Here are the things we'd like to see fixed before next year.
The Jersey Shore kids don't know which city they're actually in, but a lack of geography knowledge isn't the most reprehensible thing they've ever done, so that's two weeks in a row where they aren't the most disgusting people on the reality planet. That's got to be some kind of record. Here's who did make the list:
Vinny Guadagino: couldn't live with his Jersey Shore buddies, couldn't live without them.
AMC recently cancelled the glacially paced Rubicon, but at least their new show The Walking Dead is off to a great start, with ratings that dwarf anything in the network's history (not to mention plenty of shows on bigger channels). Perhaps if they'd tossed a few undead characters on to Rubicon, it would have gotten a second-season pickup. In fact, almost any program could benefit from an infusion of zombies. Here's our wish list:
Ain't nobody gonna come between Rachel, her man or her obsession with reality fame.
The Chenbot cares not for your weariness of Big Brother.
Did the ex-Vampire Slayer's new show... uh, slay in the ratings?