This week's list is filled with people who wasted our valuable TV watching time. Don't they care that they are taking up hours that could be spent rewatching episodes of Game of Thrones?
Since we don't know who was specifically responsible for that nightmarish Top Chef finale, they are spared. The rest of these people were not so lucky.
Adam Levine... actor? Sounds like a horrifying thought to us.
Emmy episode submissions are in. Let the second-guessing begin!
Narrowing this week's heinous people down to five was a true challenge. We couldn't even include Abby Lee Miller throwing a chair on Dance Moms, Buddy from The Cake Boss trying to set the transgender movement back by insulting our beloved Drag Race alum Carmen Carrera (mostly because the worst of it was online), Ramona from The Real Housewives of New York interrupting a fight of her own design in order to talk about getting her nails done or Slade acting even grosser than usual about the possibility of marrying Gretchen on Real Housewives of Orange County. Here's who did make our list:
We almost put Carrie from On the Fly on this list for battling with airline employees who made her buy a second seat because they had "assumed" she was a customer of size. "I'm not even overweight, it's just baby." Unless she's the next Octomom, we can assure her it's not all just baby. But delusional isn't necessarily heinous, and she did end up buying the extra seat, so let's move on to people who were really awful.
How is it even possible that Dance Moms is getting better at this point? Last night's "Return Of The Candy Apples" has solidified not only that Season 2 can live up to the hype of Season 1 -- it might just "turn it into applesauce," if you will. There's also news of a Dance Moms: Miami in the works, but I can't even wrap my head around that right now, what with all of these amazing quotes that sprouted up in this episode.
Two people acted like jerks, then got sick and had to be removed from their respective shows... Coincidence?
Since we can't put Butch from Teen Mom on every time, here are the other reality TV personalities who were terrible this week:
I was a bit worried that Dance Moms would lose its sparkle after the masterpiece that was Season 1, but within the first minute of last night's premiere, I knew I had nothing to worry about: Abby Lee Miller is back, and as twisted as ever. The whole plotline about casting a new girl was completely over the top and cruel, and if I took a shot every time Abby told a child or mother that "Everyone's replaceable," I'd be a goner. Moving forward, the jury's still out on whether "900 Number" Jill and Kendall will be a satisfying addition to the group, but until then, let's all laugh at the most ridiculous -- and, not-so-coincidentally, heinous -- lines of the evening. Shockingly, none of them are from Cathy, but we're got all season for those.