Frankly, the whole variety show thing isn't a format that ever really appealed to me personally, even when it was popular. (Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters being the sole exception, because I was young and loved their big hair and outfits.) And after that whole recent Rosie Live debacle, my expectations for this one involving the Osbournes (who haven't really been interesting since 2002, approximately) were abysmally low. Who wants to watch a variety show hosted by a man who is notoriously incomprehensible? And judging by the commercials, it seemed to involve pranks, which I typically hate even more than variety shows (Howie Do It being the latest excruciating example). So imagine my surprise when I watched Osbournes: Reloaded and actually didn't hate it. Shocking. I know people were protesting having this un-family-friendly programming on after the wholesome Idol, and I have a higher tolerance for their antics than most, but still, it could have been so much worse. I'm not saying that we necessarily need more installments any time soon, but for what it was, it was just more of the foul-mouthed craziness that made their original reality show watchable in the first place. Here's my reasons for not hating it.