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    Thoughts on Reality TV?

    How do you feel about reality TV? I'm TOO big on it, but I do watch all the Real Housewives Shows on Bravo, I love those, and one of the wives on one of those shows is a good friend of my mother's so I started watching it out of support, but then I enjoyed it so much, I started watching all of them! What types of reality TV do you guys watch? How do you feel about the Real Housewives? Thoughts?
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    I like the "reality" shows that are basically talent competitions (Top Chef, Project Runway, and the like)

    I have zero interest in the "candid" reality shows like Real Housewives of Wherever... they're pretty fake/pointless to me. when I want to watch scripted drama, I've got Homeland and Breaking Bad on my tivo for that.

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    Reality shows indicate how low the bar can be set for entertaining stupid people.

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    Isn't 'reality TV' an oxymoron?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rareboy View Post
    Reality shows indicate how low the bar can be set for entertaining stupid people.
    Ouch... Lol, I justify my watching of Reality TV, as my one "guilty pleasure" although I'd say my life is FULL of guilty pleasures, and aside from the fact I don't truly owe anyone an explanation for my actions. I do enjoy stepping away from traditional television a couple times a week, and watching some trash, which is just what it is. Is the fact that I think it's garbage supposed to stop me from watching it? NO! I'll continue to enjoy it! LOL
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    I am not a fan of reality shows. Occasionally one will catch my interest but it's always fleeting.

    Reality game shows and singing/dancing competitions are the worst.

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    There's something genius about it, really. The TV people somehow realized they didn't have to hire writers, and that ordinary people would do whatever they were told for a fraction the cost of actors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Lexington View Post
    There's something genius about it, really. The TV people somehow realized they didn't have to hire writers, and that ordinary people would do whatever they were told for a fraction the cost of actors.

    Lex

    That's probably one of the most interesting viewpoints on this subject, that I've ever heard.. hm. It's sophisticated, yet basic at the same time.

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    We watched Killer Karaoke last week. I saw a bunch of people doing things no actor would do, for a CHANCE at $10,000.



    I can't say I was more entertained by it than by a good story acted well, but we got some yuks.

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    Reality TV is all about how much people will embarrass and demean themselves for a paycheque.

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    That's a real TV program?

    Who's the weird little bug-eyed freak presenter?

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    Yes, it's real. It's only been on for a couple weeks, but I noticed that the YouTube clips have up to six MILLION hits already.

    The host is "Steve-O", and this is easily the least obnoxious thing he's ever been involved in.

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    The only reality show I watch is "Undercover Boss."

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    I don't watch any of those. From the promotional previews I've seen, they're all so fake and phoney, and the people are playing to the camera. The people are as fake as the shows. There's no 'reality' to them.

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    Y'all leave my almost future husband Steve-O alone, even if he's on a musical abomination this side of Cop Rock, on a channel that tags itself as "not reality - actuality", which tells me truth in advertising is as true as a gay man and his dick size on a hookup app.

    I watch Project Runway and RuPaul's Drag Race with passion because if you take away the melodrama(from PR at least), it's something you can actually judge at home, which makes it much more fun. Used to be that way about American Idol, but after season 4 I lost interest because the plague of teenybopper girls and now absurd judges took away from it, plus the fact no one wins or makes it to the top 12 without selling us a tragic story so we can hope for them, empathize even more. It's a fucking joke.

    The rest of that shit? New Rich Bitches Bitching At Other Bitches In Different Area Codes(Real Housewives of ___)? Pimp Out My Daughter(Toddlers & Tiaras)? I'm From Jersey So That Makes Me Interesting(Jersey Shore, Jerseylicious, other Jersey shows)? I Can't Close My Legs, See My Offspring(Kate plus 8, Teen Mom, and hell, Growing Up Gotti only to blame her personally for the genre)? We're Famous Cuz She Got Dick(The Kardashians)? We're Famous Because of My Husband(Love & ____, though to be fair, in some respects - like Shaq's ex-wife - some actually are famous because they worked to be)?

    Now they're going for ethnic and situational stereotypes... there's a show about Muslims(that got canceled fast), a show about Gypsys, one about the Amish... won't be long til they do something about Mexicans, if it hasn't come up.
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    ^^And we can't forget Shahs of Sunset--a show catering to rich, spoiled Persian adult-kids living in Beverly Hills off of their parents' money.

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    I watch reality tv and have no problem saying it. I would rather watch something new rather than the same storyline of the cheating husband and alcoholic wife that has been done since the 50's. Hello, are these storyline repeats not boring? Dramas done again and again: little Tommy is bullied at school and Maggie is worried about her weight. The same storylines through 50 years gets boring. The reality shows at least have something new. June Cleaver never flipped a table

    Theresea Guidice has to be the most evil person alive. She's in every fight that occurs. She's a witch and, sorry, but her kids are ugly

    There are good shows (Amazing Race, Top Chef, Project Runway, etc and shows where a blind woman won Master Chef.

    And there are shows that are in the gutter (Bad Girls Club), Canada doesnt get that show.

    But there's a hell of alot of eye candy that has been produced because of the shows.

    If someone wants to watch 'The Good Wife' (which Ive never seen), they can watch that and I will watch how rich women are so shallow that the first thing they ever say to each other is how great they look. (The HW of New York season just began in Canada)

    Im not interested in watching 5? variations of NCIS. Id rather watch the housewives.

    Unfortunate that much is scripted

    You can blame Mark Burnett for starting the ball rolling with Survivor


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    Quote Originally Posted by MoufOfKhaos View Post
    I watch Project Runway and RuPaul's Drag Race with passion because if you take away the melodrama(from PR at least), it's something you can actually judge at home, which makes it much more fun.
    I actually liked the first season of Drag Race. Not because it wasn't artificial, but because the whole point of drag is artifice. It's creating an illusion of beauty (or humor) from thrift-store castoffs and seconds from the fabric shop. And so watching these drag queens actually do what they do - create the costume, create the "sale" - was very intriguing to me. But of course, like all reality shows, it needed drama and a "competition" and "the bitch" and everything else. Which didn't interest me much at all. The challenges started getting sillier and sillier, too, so I stopped watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M10000 View Post
    I watch reality tv and have no problem saying it. I would rather watch something new rather than the same storyline of the cheating husband and alcoholic wife that has been done since the 50's. Hello, are these storyline repeats not boring? Dramas done again and again: little Tommy is bullied at school and Maggie is worried about her weight. The same storylines through 50 years gets boring. The reality shows at least have something new. June Cleaver never flipped a table

    Theresea Guidice has to be the most evil person alive. She's in every fight that occurs. She's a witch and, sorry, but her kids are ugly
    YES! I love to hate Teresa, does that make sense? I'm more of a #TeamCaroline person, she's so funny--really miss Dina though!

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    I like Parking Wars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Lexington View Post
    I actually liked the first season of Drag Race. Not because it wasn't artificial, but because the whole point of drag is artifice. It's creating an illusion of beauty (or humor) from thrift-store castoffs and seconds from the fabric shop. And so watching these drag queens actually do what they do - create the costume, create the "sale" - was very intriguing to me. But of course, like all reality shows, it needed drama and a "competition" and "the bitch" and everything else. Which didn't interest me much at all. The challenges started getting sillier and sillier, too, so I stopped watching.

    Lex
    I think it's THAT aspect of it, and not the need of a bitch(as, really, a HUMBLE drag queen would be more of a shock to me than a bitchy one) that has taken me aback - I couldn't even watch All-Stars after the first episode. Maybe my love of the series is running its' course too... but I still love to see the outfits and the runway, so I can "forgive", in my head, the extra-ness of it all.
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    Colin plays strip golf - Dog Eat Dog
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    Does this mean the non reality show viewers will not be watching Mario Lopez get married on Dec 9th?


    Hell's Kitchen is the worst show. Disgraceful. Good food is being destroyed for entertainment purposes

    The Biggest Loser is probably the most impactful inspiring show (although its lost its appeal for me) but they had some great twists on the show

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    i fuckin hate reality tv.....1 of the main problems with society because the people who watch it feel they can act out like that in public for real.....so fuckin sad

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    I fuckin(g) hate your lack of capitalization. Hah, see how that works, I can get a little snarky too.

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    I like Survivor, The Bachelor, and Dancing with the Stars. Some seasons I couldn't get into, but these were the recent shows I liked. It depends on the people on the shows and whatever. Survivor shows some skin, but when they were eating bugs, I got turned off. This season has some unexpected twists. I usually don't watch all of the shows in a season of The Bachelor. I like to see dancing anyway, so Dancing with the Stars is good. There were some other shows I watched for a couple of seasons, but then got tired of them. I never really tried to watch housewives or some of the others listed by others in this thread.

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    I like watching Reality Tv. Especially back in high school I watch most of the MTV reality shows. True life, Boiling Point and my favorite Made. I find MTV Made pretty inspiring. Other channels Reality shows are ok but some can be really over the top odd. Don't really get Tv Love Shows like bachelor/ bachelorette etc. Used to watch the apprentice a lot back then with my sister since we were curious about the business world and team work projects. But I avoid those types of shows now as I have had so much team work drama and confrontations since started college and every time I watch something with team work arguments in the shows it just reminded me of the jack ass people that I have to dealt with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loki81 View Post
    I like the "reality" shows that are basically talent competitions (Top Chef, Project Runway, and the like)
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    Quote Originally Posted by HoodedRat View Post
    Isn't 'reality TV' an oxymoron?
    ding ding ding. correct. it is an oxymoron.

    i HATE reality tv because all the shows are stupid and revolving around how other people live their lives. they literally destoryed the discovery channel and all the educational channels for these stupid reality shows that are about nothing.

    another thing too. it irks me whenever i see some of these shows where they have these young people fighting over nothing. i saw the real world road rules challenge last week and it was just sickening seeing these folks fighting over nothing. you had a bunch of 20 year olds carrying on like they were 14 and they think they're cool too. what's even worse is how they get rewarded for their behavior too. that's how they get casted anyway. the producers basically find a bunch of folks that don't care about their reputations or their futures and are willing to fuck themselves over for 15 minutes. then they have these kids running around looking at these people as heroes, trying to get life lessons from them. if you act like you have a good head on your shoulders and carry yourself like a decent human being, they say that you're "boring". hell, the "reality" these shows are about aren't real. how many of these reality show folks actually have jobs or lives for that matter?

    i don't need to watch a tv show to know what reality is. i'm living it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eastofeden View Post
    Same. I love the creativity and talent.
    Agree. I'm a huge fan of Shark Tank where people come and pitch their inventions or their entrepreneur ideas at investors who are investing their own real money if they go in on a deal.

    Can't stand "watch a celeb go around their house making drama on their cellphone" shows which are all scripted nonsense anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregKII View Post
    I fuckin(g) hate your lack of capitalization. Hah, see how that works, I can get a little snarky too.
    lol....you seem like a candidate for a show

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    Thanks for the compliment

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    Love reality TV, the only scripted show I regularly watch is The Walking Dead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    Agree. I'm a huge fan of Shark Tank where people come and pitch their inventions or their entrepreneur ideas at investors who are investing their own real money if they go in on a deal.

    Can't stand "watch a celeb go around their house making drama on their cellphone" shows which are all scripted nonsense anyway.
    Agreed...and I have watched every single episode of Shark Tank...I love the innovation and the creativity is off the chart.

    I dont' think I have ever watched any of the celeb shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastofeden View Post
    Agreed...and I have watched every single episode of Shark Tank...I love the innovation and the creativity is off the chart.

    I dont' think I have ever watched any of the celeb shows.
    Did you hear they might be firing Mark Cuban? I'm sad.

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    Hmm, Mark Cuban is pompous and far too cocky, but he is a good businessman so it's a little bittersweet.

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    Did you hear they might be firing Mark Cuban? I'm sad.
    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Mark and Barbara are my favorites. Did they say why?

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    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Mark and Barbara are my favorites. Did they say why?
    Do you remember that episode where he raked on those "positive ion" wristbands/watches and called them a scam? The NBA got really really mad at him over that because they endorse that whole pseudoscience and get basketball players and pro athletes to buy and wear them, and they own one of the companies making them. They're also one of the main investors of Shark Tank. Mark Cuban made a youtube about the whole thing saying he's not sorry and they're still a scam and threw a box of them in the trash on camera, lol.

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    My idea of reality tv is what we called "documentaries" in the olden days.

    This new faux-drama flooding the airwaves and masquerading as reality is bollocks.

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    Yeah I like documentaries. I hate reality television though. I despise the uncontrolled flood of emotions. Have some decorum!

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    I like the game shows. With the economy the way it is, doing crazy shit for millions of dollars ain't a bad idea. Many of these shows have twenty to thirty seasons with thousands of contestants. So I wouldn't worry about reputation and the way your being portrayed.

    All I basically look at is TruTv. That stuff is television crack. Operation Repo, South beach tow. It is probably fake but I don't care. It is entertaining.
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    Only shows like Master Chef here in London and Australia and The Biggest Loser USA as it may bring some obese people to there senses. However with biggest loser I think all they should pay the people is the salary they left behind and grantee they can get them a job after there time is up whether they win or lose. Too many go on for the $250,000 and a year later are obese again.

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    I think it's shameless, trashy, and indulgent and the reason why a majority of the big cable channels don't air their quality stuff anymore (i.e. Mtv = reality tv channel).

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    I think it's shameless, trashy, and indulgent and the reason why a majority of the big cable channels don't air their quality stuff anymore
    Indeed. I don't know why A&E still calls itself 'Arts & Entertainment'. They used to have a show called Billy the Exterminator. No idea if they still do. I haven't watched A&E or TLC in ages. Anyway, Billy got his start on Mike Rowe's Dirty Jobs. He followed Billy around for a day. Billy is smart! He knows his stuff, and he knows it in Latin as well as in English. He is very serious and dedicated to his job. He's nothing like the OTT idiot he portrays on his own show.

    They call it 'reality', but none of it is real.

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    New show coming out

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    when i hear 'reality tv' the first thoughts that come into my mind is -- talentless. now, i know this isnt always true, but shows like jersey shore, desperate housewives, THE KARDASHIANS, those stupid mtv shows (you know waht im talking about), etc... the shows that take no talent. reality tv often breeds celebrity status for those who dont come near to deserving it.

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    Game shows are about as far as I wade into the reality TV world; and even then, it tends to only be things like Jeopardy or Family Feud.

    The thing is, 'reality TV' is an oxymoron and that is simply because it is edited before it is aired. I've never watched Big Brother, but a lot 'house mates' have talked about how the differences between what was taped and what was aired; in terms of clever edits to make it look like a conflict between people and so on and so forth.

    So, just how much reality are you actually getting?

    I'm sorry to have kept you waiting, but I'm afraid my walk has become rather sillier recently...

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