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In the never ending line of Reality Shows it is typical of others. As others have said it's portrayal of women is not a good one. However, the producers are only interested in providing an enternaining show for those who are willing to endure it.
Honestly, I haven’t seen much of it, but I feel as if they will make a show about anything now a days. One of the benefits of watching shows like this, is that we get to feel better about ourselves (hopefully) as we aren’t always caught up in the orchestrated drama that these ladies are caught up in.
I wish I had enough space and freedom to say how I *really* feel about that show. Let's sum it up by saying that as lighthearted as I am, and I do adore entertainment, this is the most appalling and ridiculous (and ugly) portrayal of women I've seen in a while. It should be called "bad hygiene girls club" or "bad upbringing girls club" or "bad acting girls club", you choose.
I don't see how a bunch of alcoholics with social problems can be featured (and paid) to make a show- especially- when you can CLEARLY see that the show offers them the fueling element (alcohol) for them to break apart and act completely stupid.
On the lighter side, I have a couple of male friends who think the same way as I do, so that gives me a clue that men are not creating their "dream girls" based on these chics. I mean, I rather watch Bridezilla. Many Bridzellas are smart and pretty. Just crazy. As well. LOL
That's my opinion- and I'm sticking to it. ;-)
Well, there are certainly positives and negatives about the show. I do not watch it on a regular basis but I have seen it and can offer my opinion.
On the positive side, it is entertaining which is definitely the point of the entire show. It offers us a chance to see the problems and issues that others have not to mention the arguing and bickering that they have going on.
On the negative side, they portray women in a negative way. They certainly do not dress or act like ladies should. But I guess if they did then we would not be very entertained.
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