Look what ol' Sandy dragged in.
After last night, I'm not even sure I'd miss these two if they were gone.
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!
After drawing it out for as long as humanly possible, The Biggest Loser finally revealed the identities of their
Jillian replacement candidates new trainers last week, and they are: a guy named Brett and a girl named Cara. Very sinewy, fit, camera-ready people indeed, but who are they, on the inside? The pair participated in a media call last week and I joined, mostly to clear up that lack of certifications rumor business, but I also got to know some other tidbits about them. Read on for said tidbits. They're low-calorie, like Extra's Dessert Delights gum!
It's one and done for Anna Kournikova.
It's a sad day for Elliot Stabler fans.
It's Friday, which means it's once again time to crown the most heinous reality star of the week! Just like last week, I'll state the case for my top five nominees and then choose a winner based on a highly scientific process of deeming who is the most egregiously awful. The big question this week: Can anyone out-horrible Donald Trump? These four jerks are going to try!
Baba Booey to everyone, today.
Who is worse: A dieter with a bad attitude, a chef who can't cook or a hostess who gives us nightmares?
The Biggest Loser is one of the most formulaic reality shows on TV, and that's fine. That's why people tune in season after season. They watch morbidly obese people go to a fitness boot camp, get yelled at, puke their brains out and come out the other side in slamming good shape and super-skinny jeans to show for it. But this season, they've screwed it all up, not by adding new trainers or by insisting on keeping the two-hour episodes, but by separating everything into odd capsules, making it seem like two seasons are happening simultaneously -- all in an apparent effort to make us forget the fact that Jillian is leaving. Whether you love or hate Jillian, they've done a bad job integrating the new people, and based on this mess, her exit is going to make a huge difference in the quality, or at least watchability, of the show. I may actually need to follow I Used to Be Fat instead.