America's Next Top Model really brought the bitchiness this week. Thank god. Because these girls were getting way too friendly with each other, and that makes for terrible reality TV.
I take a lot of flack because of my love of Grey's Anatomy. I haven't lost any romantic partners because of this love, but it's definitely come close.
But throughout the eight season of my obsession, I have never really liked the title character of the show, Meredith Grey. She's whiny; she's self-absorbed and she handles her conversations like she just has to wait until the other person closes their lips so she can open hers. Ellen Pompeo cries really, really badly, and it's always super awkward to watch. Allegedly, she just got the part because of her resemblance to Renee Zellweger.
I’ve been getting back into watching Glee recently. I stopped watching the show after the first season when the kids were always going to one singing competition or another, or always breaking up and getting back together again, or always being beautiful "outcasts" with blonde hair.
But there’s something fascinating about watching cardboard cut-outs being moved around a screen.
Like all of Bryan Fuller’s wonderful and whimsical television shows, Wonderfalls was quickly canceled. After four episodes, to be exact. That means that it performed even more poorly than Fuller’s great, but also too-quickly-canceled shows, Pushing Daisies and Dead Like Me.
America’s Next Top Model truly outdid itself with the crazy last night. I’ve watched nearly every episode of this series, but last night’s episode, in which the girls had to write and perform their own songs and music videos, took the cake for the most hilarious.