When you think of Britney Spears, mental stability may not be the first thing that comes to mind.
Oh no, Dr. Bill!
Amid much turmoil, Sister Wives returned for Season 2 last night, in a weird timeline mind-meld episode that took place all the way back in the "coming out" Today Show interview they taped before Season 1 premiered last September. And Truely was there, so I guess they filmed the entire first season before that interview, aired the season, and are only addressing the aftermath of that moment now. It broke my brain a little, but I figured it out. Apparently you have to be a damn logistical genius to watch TLC.
The first, very short, season of Sister Wives is over. It did succeed in answering a lot of the questions we had after watching the premiere, though we're still not so sure why these women seem to think Kody is such a catch... or how they're at all able to support themselves. But still, it was an interesting show that had us hooked from the beginning. Here's our look back the moments that stood out the most for us from the last month. Mostly they are things that caused Kody, who is a massive tool, the most amount of pain.
With news that AMC is planning to do a Watch What Happens Live-type talk show, we're thinking that more networks should be cashing in on this low-budget, highly-entertaining type of exclusive entertainment. Taking a page from Andy Cohen, who drove his Bravo behind-the-scenes series to success, here's how other networks could run their WHW-style shows.
Maybe it's all the sale-priced Valentine's Day chocolate I bought this morning, but next season's new shows are starting to sound good.
Sister Wives, TLC's look into Big Love-style "normal(ish)" polygamy premiered on Sunday, and it pretty much blew my mind. These people aren't as crazy as the polygamists we're used to seeing (they dress in clothes from this century and they cut their hair and everything), but like Big Love, the husband's a jerk-off and the women are accessible, but really difficult to understand and even more difficult not to feel sorry for. It's a fascinating, if shamelessly exploitative show, and I don't know about you, but it left me with a lot of questions. Here are the top 10.