Since we can't put Butch from Teen Mom on every time, here are the other reality TV personalities who were terrible this week:
Jill (Dance Moms)
Abby called a little girl a sneak, and was generally unimpressed with the quality of the group dance (even though they won), but it's really Jill and her opportunistic ways that were most repellant this week. Jill saw Brooke writhing on the ground in pain, but instead of expressing sympathy, she only wished that Brooke had pulled out of the competition earlier so that her daughter (who isn't even on the team) would get a solo. This was after she took advantage of Paige's broken toe to get Kendall into two other numbers. Greedy much?
Doug (Love Broker)
If we could create his dating profile, it would say that he's a judgmental entrepreneur who is full of himself. He had his rules of dating, which included no single moms, no divorcees and no one with debt. He forgot to mention that he won't date women who still live at home, no matter their circumstances. Oh, and they have to be insanely hot, be of mixed race and be bilingual (even though he's not), and if he doesn't find an instant connection, he's done with them. Good luck with that.
Christina (Bad Girls Club)
We're used to seeing fistfights on this show. In fact, this week's episode started out with Erika getting evicted because she punched Rima in the face. But Christina started a fight with Ashley in the middle of the night for the stupidest reason ever. Christina was sleeping, woke up, freaked out because of ghosts and because she was scared of the dark, heard Ashley talking and just started punching and hair-pulling. What's next, a battle royale because someone sees a spider?
Trey (The Real World)
He got irrationally angry when Laura went out dancing with some random tourist at a nightclub, and then got belligerently drunk and started throwing things around when she had the nerve to thank the stranger for a drink and not rip up his phone number immediately. Being upset about your current bed buddy flirting wouldn't be bad, but he himself has a girlfriend at home who he hasn't broken up with and who doesn't know about Laura. Cool double standard, bro.
Reid (Bachelor Pad)
He tried to take control of the house in order to get Ed eliminated and ended up having the girls vote him out instead. Mostly because he lied directly to Ed's face and because he had come up with his whole plan just because he's still miffed that Ed "won" Jillian. It's all very stupid and perplexing. As was his strategy of trying to steal Ed's easily baffled partner Jaclyn.
Fighting with someone over ghosts is only cool if the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man is involved.
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