Posts Tagged ‘Reality tv’

“Love Story”-the timeless tale of what a man will do to win back his lost love

May 17, 2009

Kind of epic in a way..I suppose.  The gentleman featured in the video wrote, directed, and starred in this video which was intended to win back his lost love..by moving a lot of hay,  rocks, and tractor tires.  Tried and true methods gents, pay attention.  Hey, at least it features “When I See You Smile” by Bad English.  Who?  Just watch already….it’s good for a laugh or two.

Pre-teen girls love American Idol runner-up David Archeletta. Example: their reaction to his losing the American Idol final.

November 24, 2008

I’m sure they’ll look back on this and laugh one day, but how did it get on the internet? Regardless, it’s funny.

VH1’s “Scream Queens” continues to be unintentionally hilarious.

November 16, 2008

Sometimes, just sometimes, reality TV is funny.  Courtesy of The Soup.


“Say Cheese” from another craptastic reality show: The Scream Queens

November 3, 2008

Saw this on The Soup.

“Freezer Tongue”-Rescue 911 nostalgia

October 15, 2008

Having a bad day?  Watch this kid and feel better about your situation.  That Schatner has had an eclectic career.

Hidden camera show finally shows a real reaction to a prank. This doesn’t end well for the actor.

August 21, 2008

Notice how the actor gets the brunt of the car owner’s anger while producers stand there letting the guy take a beating.

Corey Haim meltdown on set of “Lost Boys” sequel

July 9, 2008

Are you ready for “Celebrity All-Star Wrestling Champion”, brother?

June 9, 2008

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) – Danny Bonaduce, Dennis Rodman and Dustin “Screech” Diamond are heading into the ring to compete in CMT’s upcoming reality series “Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling.”

Also on board are Todd Bridges (“Diff’rent Strokes”), super-heavyweight boxer ButterBean, Trishelle Cannatella (“The Real World”), Erin Murphy (Tabitha Stephens on “Bewitched”), Frank Stallone, ’80s pop star Tiffany and Playboy playmate Nikki Ziering.

They will compete to be named “Celebrity All-Star Wrestling Champion” based on their performance in various challenges that will include mastering complex wrestling moves, talking trash and working an audience.

Production on the eight-episode series is under way in Los Angeles for a fall premiere.

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