People are just gross. And dumb. And gross some more.
Dani and Gabi (Bad Girls Club)
Good riddance. These insufferable twins, who were obnoxious just for the sake of being obnoxious, finally left the house this week. But not before they decided to stir things up by throwing a pile of used tampons on their housemate's bed. And then they wimped out when things got physical and had to have security guards escort them as they packed up and moved out. They were worse than heinous -- they were lame TV.
He claimed that his underwear was just dirty, not filled with poop, but let's be real, you wouldn't be that defensive if it was some sand. Then, instead of washing his own unmentionables, he kept throwing it in with the women's clean underwear. Wash your own nasty laundry, dude. And let's point out the Asian slur he made about Jonas (which was apparently edited out). He may know a lot about microbes, but he's still an ass.
DMX (Couples Therapy)
He married his childhood sweetheart, though he screamed at her that he never wanted to married in the first place. Perhaps that explains his steady string of sexual affairs with every available woman on the planet. During a discussion, he turned the tables on his wife and said that she should have known by his player ways (he has had six children out of wedlock) that he is completely unable to keep his libido in check.
Justin Bieber (Punk'd)
Punking Taylor Swift? That's like kicking a puppy, she's such an easy target. But the Biebs couldn't even pull a prank on Rob Drydek. He's also a really, really bad actor. If he weren't trying to trick someone simple like Miley Cyrus, he'd have had a much harder time.
Phi Phi (RuPaul's Drag Race)
During a faux political debate, Phi Phi referred to her two black competitors as "The Help." While she was playing an exaggerated character at the time, it still isn't cool. Worse still, she refused to apologize afterward and was quite mean-spirited about the whole thing.
He was so upset that his estranged wife just doesn't get his insatiable needs and desire for variety that he blew up at her and refused to go to a therapy session. Seems like the process is doing him a whole lot of good, doesn't it?
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