While June from Here Comes Honey Boo Boo has developed into the most fascinating person on TV, these other people were just horrible.
Even though it was Labor Day weekend, people still worked hard at being obnoxious.
Some people don't need to be seen or heard.
Today is not just Friday, it's a holiday weekend Friday, so let's not mess around. Below are my five nominees for the week's Most Heinous crown, followed by the big winner. I know I promised you some Bachelorette horribleness this week, but there were just too many awful people everywhere else, so Ashley and the fellas are going to have to wait a week. Can't wait!
First off, either my tolerance has improved in the past week, or the ladies were slightly less deafening last night. Only marginally, but it still seemed like they had maybe lost some steam. There weren't even really any good zingers, just a rehashing of the Herman Munster shoes and whatnot. Still, there were a few entertaining moments amidst the nitpicky fights. Here are the highlights:
The first half of Glee's second season is out already on DVD today. Not sure if it's due to popular demand or if it's just a quicker way to profit off crazed Gleeks.
Guess these people didn't think being decent was their patriotic duty this week.
Bravo announced their lineup of new shows yesterday, including a New York based Million Dollar Listing spinoff, another show for Tabatha (in addition to her salon takeover series), a second show for Flipping Out's Jeff Lewis and Jenni Pulos, a show about Rachel Zoe's former assistant Brad Goreski , a fashion-based series for Project Runway alum Chris March and a dinner party-focused show for Rocco DiSpirito.
Can we make a list of reasons we don't like Ryan?
Looks like Sam Evans' homeless family is going to be a-okay.