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2012-12-04 12:38:47 PM  
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I'd say for a replicant, Darrell's done alright.
 
2012-12-04 12:38:58 PM  

electronsexparty: basemetal: I don't care, I like watching Barry. He's a cool dude.

Yeah. I mean, what idiot doesn't think the majority (if not all) of the show is staged?

Barry is still entertaining as hell.


Yuuuuup.

And all the rest are Orange County Assholes.
 
2012-12-04 12:42:31 PM  
In four months, someone is going to announce the show "Amish Mafia" is fake? I wont believe it!
 
2012-12-04 12:43:43 PM  

DemoKnite: So A&E thinks that Hester has let the cat out of the bag? They really do think the audience is dumb. The next thing you know, they'll be saying that the WWE is fake. pffft!!!!


Reality TV is like the early days of the WWE, when they all stayed in character all the time and Vince got really pissed when people broke character.
 
2012-12-04 12:44:07 PM  

AshCampbell: Supposedly, my girlfriend's coworker is pretty good friends with Barry... According to what he was supposedly told, they definitely hide items in their own lockers and whatnot to make it more exciting. It's not very fun to watch people sort through old clothes and furniture in every episode.

Having said that, all TV is fake, so get over it or don't watch it?


Didn't they say in that one special that, like, two-thirds of the lockers end up having porn in them?
 
2012-12-04 12:44:48 PM  

LeafyGreens: Dad told me this over thanksgiving holiday, since he & mom live in the town where Cajun Pawn Stars is filmed. Jimmy Deramus, the guy that owns the pawn store, offered to buy a rail car from a guy that works for a museum. Dad's on the board of the museum, and they filmed that entire show at the same museum.

Jimmy offers the guy $5k for the car, the guy agrees. Afterwards, no money or titles changed hands, nobody bought or sold anything. The only thing happening is the crew is filming a story to get people to watch. The amounts could be 100x as much for all the meaning they have.

The people involved have to sign an NDA, but small Southern town gossip > any NDA in the world.


I know a guy who has been on the regular Pawn Stars four times now and he got paid for three items he took them...he did have to sign the NDA, but he did get paid.

/fourth item was Nazi paraphenalia and apparently Harrison doesn't deal in Nazi stuff
 
2012-12-04 12:45:39 PM  
My "reality" tv CSS is when a friend was DP on a pilot pitch for a show about a normal guy living with sub-culture groups that took it to extremes beyond a normal fan. Like the Klingon people, the 501sters, people with elf-ears every day--- they started with people who claimed to be vampires (blood drinkers and energy drainers).

The 'real' vampires weren't camera friendly enough so the DP got a bunch of us costumers to show up in our goth/victorian/club gear and fill in for a vampire wedding. The director wanted us to act all hostile and rude to the normal guy. Didn't care that we were extras and not into the subculture. All staged, all pre-rigged except for our interactions with him. It was 'be upset that he's trying to butt into your scene.'.

Wheee. I did have fun saying his outfit looked like it came off the clearance rack at Hot Topic... when my husband's had as well.

Shame the show never got picked up. We would have shown up in the LARP episode too and wanted to see if the guy remembered we were at the vampire one.

/End CSS
 
2012-12-04 12:47:50 PM  
All these shows are fake, but that doesn't make them any less entertaining. You're trying to tell me that these guys just so happen to strike gold in these storage auctions as frequently as they do, in spite of the fact that 99% of the crap that gets left in storage by the time the unit makes it to auction is complete garbage?

Pawn Stars is another one, great show, love all the personalities on there, but there's no one, anywhere, bringing the Pope's shoes to a Pawn Shop, much less one located in a ghetto in Las Vegas.
 
2012-12-04 12:52:34 PM  
Also, I have to think that they're not ALL faked. I don't think anyone from A&E was exactly willing to step up and fill six decent-sized storage lockers with individually-bagged random knickknacks, for example. Not for one half-hour episode.

I do not, however, doubt that sooner or later someone is going to note that a lot of LA-area storage lockers are offered for $1 for the first month, lay down the dollar, build a prank locker and fill it up with a barrel of cat shiat or something and smear lard in a prominent position on the floor spelling out 'HA HA' and various other feats of creative disgust, and then just sit back and wait for the A&E cameras to find it.
 
2012-12-04 12:55:34 PM  

ConConHead: I miss The Colony. It was totally staged but the people's reactions were legit. Especially how stupid they were in the face of danger/starvation/raids by marauders. Oh look. All these power supplies and viable non-warped lumber was left behind! Oh, look, a boat without any holes and a motor which only needs rudimentary repairs to get running.

Oh look, you found this room upstairs which wasn't there on your previous explorations of the building!


They made a prequel to The Colony, Doomsday Preppers
 
2012-12-04 12:57:07 PM  
I only watched two reality shows in my life, Face/Off because I'm in movies and it's about movie make up artists but then it started getting all dramatic like you see in the American Idol commercials. So I quit that. Then Comic Book Men but I'm starting to realize they're all a collection of douchebags.

But yeah, all reality shows are bullshiat.
 
2012-12-04 12:57:24 PM  

spman: Pawn Stars is another one, great show, love all the personalities on there, but there's no one, anywhere, bringing the Pope's shoes to a Pawn Shop, much less one located in a ghetto in Las Vegas.


Why not? You do realize that most of the people use the show to advertise their shiat? Hell after a new episode airs, check eBay for any of the items that they don't buy (because they didn't offer enough or couldn't get a verification of it). Most of the time you'll find the item on there right after.

The LV Pawn Shop is not just a regular pawn store anymore.
 
2012-12-04 12:57:42 PM  

Gosling: Also, I have to think that they're not ALL faked. I don't think anyone from A&E was exactly willing to step up and fill six decent-sized storage lockers with individually-bagged random knickknacks, for example. Not for one half-hour episode.

I do not, however, doubt that sooner or later someone is going to note that a lot of LA-area storage lockers are offered for $1 for the first month, lay down the dollar, build a prank locker and fill it up with a barrel of cat shiat or something and smear lard in a prominent position on the floor spelling out 'HA HA' and various other feats of creative disgust, and then just sit back and wait for the A&E cameras to find it.


It's not that the entire locker is filled by the show/cast. They buy the locker like normal, and then if nothing fun is in there, they add their own fun items they already owned and brought with them so that they can "discover" this awesome thing in the locker.
 
2012-12-04 12:58:14 PM  

Gosling: Also, I have to think that they're not ALL faked. I don't think anyone from A&E was exactly willing to step up and fill six decent-sized storage lockers with individually-bagged random knickknacks, for example. Not for one half-hour episode.

I do not, however, doubt that sooner or later someone is going to note that a lot of LA-area storage lockers are offered for $1 for the first month, lay down the dollar, build a prank locker and fill it up with a barrel of cat shiat or something and smear lard in a prominent position on the floor spelling out 'HA HA' and various other feats of creative disgust, and then just sit back and wait for the A&E cameras to find it.


Cut up some wood and paint it to look like gold bars. Then buy about $50 of crap(or even someone else's locker), fill up your new locker, and hide a "bar" or two, but make sure they are partially visible.
 
2012-12-04 12:59:50 PM  

AshCampbell: Having said that, all TV is fake, so get over it or don't watch it?


Bolded for emphasis.

It blows me away how many people in this thread think that anything, ANYTHING at all on the reality shows they watch isn't completely set up and constructed to run in just the way that the producers want.

If there were any real element of danger, the show's insurance would make it impossible.

If there were real conflict between cast members, you wouldn't be able to guarantee production of a whole season.

I'm not saying they can't be enjoyed, but please understand that it's all faked for your entertainment. If it weren't it wouldn't be entertaining.
 
2012-12-04 01:03:13 PM  

Funbags: They made a prequel to The Colony, Doomsday Preppers


My sister watches that show to get ideas. /sigh
 
2012-12-04 01:03:58 PM  
No Sh@t
 
2012-12-04 01:07:20 PM  
I don't see reality shows ending anytime soon. People eat them up and they cost nothing to make. It's like "found footage" movies.

You stick a camera in front of a white trash family and tell people it's entertainment and they devour it. Set up a web cam and have actor jump at it a few times and call it a horror film, $20mill opening.

This is where we're at.
 
2012-12-04 01:10:13 PM  
as someone who used to work on reality TV and has transcribed hours and hours and hours of footage of reality TV shows, I can tell you that close to 90% of what happens on reality TV is fake. It is a mix prodding by the producer or director to have cast members say or do certain things, having things "placed" on set, and/or creative editing.

the reason all that footage is transcribed is so editors can go through the transcriptions to find a certain word or phrase, then insert it in when needed, that is also why there are confessionals that cut away to action, so that you can't tell that the person speaking isn't saying entirely what they are saying.

reality TV is super cheap to make, particularly because the people on the show aren't union actors (like they would be in scripted drama) and most of the crew doesn't have to be union. i'm not saying this is a bad thing necessarily, but working in "legit" TV now has really taught me how crappy reality productions are on so many levels.
 
2012-12-04 01:12:37 PM  

grinding_journalist: AshCampbell: Having said that, all TV is fake, so get over it or don't watch it?

Bolded for emphasis.

It blows me away how many people in this thread think that anything, ANYTHING at all on the reality shows they watch isn't completely set up and constructed to run in just the way that the producers want.

If there were any real element of danger, the show's insurance would make it impossible.

If there were real conflict between cast members, you wouldn't be able to guarantee production of a whole season.

I'm not saying they can't be enjoyed, but please understand that it's all faked for your entertainment. If it weren't it wouldn't be entertaining.


Agreed - they filmed MTVs "The Real World" here in town this year. The cast actually worked at the bar across from my place so I got to know them fairly well. I watched the "action" happen first hand and even hung out with a few of the guys with the cameras around going out on the town. I'm very interested in how the story will change from the fairly benign drinking and chilling into hi-drama. Even talking to the local producers they were planning on making some of the cast the 'hero' and others the 'villain' based on editing. They would prompt the cast to do things they didn't really want to do to enhance the drama. I wasn't really impressed but one of the girls was super hot. Of course she used to work at Hooter's in AZ.

/signed so many waivers I'm sure my ugly mug will be on tv next fall, even just in the background.
 
2012-12-04 01:18:12 PM  
mystery diners is the worst offender, you can see microphones on the alleged bad guys on the hidden camera views.

Funny!
 
2012-12-04 01:20:50 PM  

Mugato: I don't see reality shows ending anytime soon. People eat them up and they cost nothing to make. It's like "found footage" movies.

You stick a camera in front of a white trash family and tell people it's entertainment and they devour it. Set up a web cam and have actor jump at it a few times and call it a horror film, $20mill opening.

This is where we're at.


Yep. And from what I see, even AMC channel doesn't seem to be trying to develop any more shows like Breaking Bad or Mad Men and instead going for "reality" shows about disfigured people and taxidermy. I just want to watch good stories crafted by talented people, not poorly disguised reality made by non-professionals. Why the fark am I in the minority on this?
 
2012-12-04 01:22:02 PM  

miss jinxed: as someone who used to work on reality TV and has transcribed hours and hours and hours of footage of reality TV shows, I can tell you that close to 90% of what happens on reality TV is fake. It is a mix prodding by the producer or director to have cast members say or do certain things, having things "placed" on set, and/or creative editing.

the reason all that footage is transcribed is so editors can go through the transcriptions to find a certain word or phrase, then insert it in when needed, that is also why there are confessionals that cut away to action, so that you can't tell that the person speaking isn't saying entirely what they are saying.

reality TV is super cheap to make, particularly because the people on the show aren't union actors (like they would be in scripted drama) and most of the crew doesn't have to be union. i'm not saying this is a bad thing necessarily, but working in "legit" TV now has really taught me how crappy reality productions are on so many levels.


What shows (reality) did you work on?
 
2012-12-04 01:22:21 PM  
How does the "they are the only ones bidding" get answered? Or is that just another obvious inconsistency?
 
2012-12-04 01:23:34 PM  
What's wrong with enjoying a show that's easy to digest, pairs well with an after work smoke, and sometimes teaches you a thing or two about antiques?

Fake or no, it entertains me. So fark the haters.
 
2012-12-04 01:23:35 PM  

Mugato: I only watched two reality shows in my life, Face/Off because I'm in movies and it's about movie make up artists but then it started getting all dramatic like you see in the American Idol commercials. So I quit that. Then Comic Book Men but I'm starting to realize they're all a collection of douchebags.

But yeah, all reality shows are bullshiat.


I watch comic book men to see some of the stuff people bring in, as I like comics. However, their "third act" non-comic stuff(zombie run, auctioning, ghosts) is unwatchable, fake bullshiat. Stan Lee was pretty cool, though.
 
2012-12-04 01:23:43 PM  

browntimmy: Why the fark am I in the minority on this?


i830.photobucket.com
 
2012-12-04 01:24:43 PM  
A lot of DERP in this thread. There is a big difference between fake and creative editing. Of course they edit it to make it seem more interesting. Nobody wants to watch a documentary about these people standing around all afternoon bidding on lockers full of trash. You have to edit out the boring. WOW WHAT A REVELATION.

Same thing with the "they find treasure in each episode". No they don't. There are lots of episodes where the best thing somebody gets is some trinket worth a few hundred dollars. A lot of times it is just money based on furniture and other miscellaneous items. It isn't like every episode has a 13th century medieval sword in a locker or something. Not even close.

They don't show the boring stuff because it is only 20 minutes of TV time per episode. They go out and film probably 1 or 2 days worth of material and then give you only the basic stuff. Are the producers sometimes coaching the people on what to talk about? Of course they are. What the hell do you think those interviews are all about? That doesn't mean that they weren't actually bidding on lockers and dealing with the reality of that.

The one thing I don't like is the idea that they may have dropped items into the lockers. If I found out that is true I will stop watching the show (same with Man Vs Wild when they finally stated that Bear is not spending the night in the wilderness). But all of the other stuff people are complaining about is pretty basic TV stuff. I'm not sure what world you people live in, but TV is edited, HURR DURR
 
2012-12-04 01:25:09 PM  

Strategeryz0r: What's wrong with enjoying a show that's easy to digest, pairs well with an after work smoke, and sometimes teaches you a thing or two about antiques?


The fact that you think it's teaching you something.
 
2012-12-04 01:26:50 PM  

Gosling: Generation_D: Anyone remember Junk Yard Wars?

They once found a pristine boat propeller in a junkyard. $20,000 value. Which was just the piece they needed for that show. What an amazing find. It sure was great someone threw that away.

I remember that show. They came right out and said they seeded the junkyard so that the teams would have the correct material to actually build stuff. And reseeded it every episode. You either dump a boat propeller in the junkyard for teams to use- one that would pass an inspection as being safe to use- or nobody's building a boat that day and you have no show. I remember one where they had to make a rocket to shoot an egg into the air and bring it down safely where they just said at the start of the show 'yeah, yeah, we're hiding rockets in the junkyard, so sue us; they still have to find them and figure out how to use them and that's really the goal here, right? We're still called The Learning Channel at this point in the network's life, after all'.


They did the same thing for an episode on steam powered cars. Apparently they didn't want the teams slapping together some rudimentary boilers, what with all the potential for explosions and death and what have you. Craziness, I know.
 
2012-12-04 01:27:19 PM  

grinding_journalist: AshCampbell: Having said that, all TV is fake, so get over it or don't watch it?

Bolded for emphasis.

It blows me away how many people in this thread think that anything, ANYTHING at all on the reality shows they watch isn't completely set up and constructed to run in just the way that the producers want.

If there were any real element of danger, the show's insurance would make it impossible.

If there were real conflict between cast members, you wouldn't be able to guarantee production of a whole season.

I'm not saying they can't be enjoyed, but please understand that it's all faked for your entertainment. If it weren't it wouldn't be entertaining.


The Muthbusters have had to cancel a few myths because of that. I recall an airplane one that got cancelled after they were already on site at the plane graveyard, the day before they were supposed to test the myth.
 
2012-12-04 01:27:50 PM  
I remember watching this show about running hotels and it seemed pretty legit. Then there was this scene that was just blatantly staged. Like, "This 'random' dude just happened to be mic'd up"-staged. Then I stopped watching it. Like, even if you're giving me actual, good information, if you blatantly bullshiat me on one thing, just one thing, how am suppose to believe that everything else you're telling me is real? TV is the greatest illusion in the world.
 
2012-12-04 01:30:27 PM  
I knew the whole thing was fake when they brought in Hester's stand in for a few eps. There is no way, no way, that Mark Belao (sp?) as acted would have survived into adulthood.
 
2012-12-04 01:30:44 PM  

browntimmy: I just want to watch good stories crafted by talented people, not poorly disguised reality made by non-professionals. Why the fark am I in the minority on this?


I think a lot of it involves shows about farked up people so the audience tunes in to feel better about themselves. Not that I don't think reality shows are fake, I think they are but they're also about people that the audience can feel better about themselves about.

Sure there's American Idol and Star Search or whatever the fark that shiat, someone wins but people always say that the best parts are the starting auditions, where people make fools of themselves. Or the show where Donald Trump or some random skank humiliates someone.

Like I said, I started watching Face/Off because they had some genuinely talented make-up artists but some suit said the ratings weren't good enough so they brought in some Simon Cowell-type douchebag to berate them and make them cry. That's what people want. Or that's what they think people want.
 
2012-12-04 01:32:04 PM  

grinding_journalist: Strategeryz0r: What's wrong with enjoying a show that's easy to digest, pairs well with an after work smoke, and sometimes teaches you a thing or two about antiques?

The fact that you think it's teaching you something.


When they find interesting little trinkets that they get checked out. You learn a few things here or there about spotting fakes and the like. It's kind of interesting really. Not unlike Pawn Stars.

I'm in no way an advocate of reality TV(my wife tried to get me to watch Honey Boo Boo once. I walked away after the intro to go do something more productive.. like masterbate). But in the grand scheme of things, if someone is going to make reality shows, at least something like Storage Wars or Pawn Stars serves as a relatively interesting filler show that is leaps and bounds above crap reality TV like America's Got Talent, Intervention, Survivor, etc, etc, etc. Could go on and on and on.

I think crap like Pawn Stars and Storage Wars actually have some interesting angles to them, fake or no. And yes, it's not often but you can learn something from them. Whether it be history, how to spot fakes(like Brandi's tits), or just how worthless something you think might be valuable really is.
 
2012-12-04 01:32:29 PM  

Foxxinnia: I remember watching this show about running hotels and it seemed pretty legit. Then there was this scene that was just blatantly staged. Like, "This 'random' dude just happened to be mic'd up"-staged. Then I stopped watching it. Like, even if you're giving me actual, good information, if you blatantly bullshiat me on one thing, just one thing, how am suppose to believe that everything else you're telling me is real? TV is the greatest illusion in the world.


On last night's show, the the owner and the "new" general manager were blatantly reading off cue cards.
 
2012-12-04 01:34:49 PM  

ScreamingLemur46: They did the same thing for an episode on steam powered cars. Apparently they didn't want the teams slapping together some rudimentary boilers, what with all the potential for explosions and death and what have you. Craziness, I know.


The one thing I miss most from Junkyard Wars, though: seriously, Cathy Rogers dropped off TV entirely after that and Full Metal Challenge. Apparently decided to run off to Italy and run an olive grove. I liked her.
 
2012-12-04 01:39:49 PM  
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Posted that in the other Storage Wars thread today. Which raises the question, why are there even 2 greenlit threads about this faker than fake show?
 
2012-12-04 01:40:15 PM  

Strategeryz0r: But in the grand scheme of things, if someone is going to make reality shows, at least something like Storage Wars or Pawn Stars serves as a relatively interesting filler show that is leaps and bounds above crap reality TV like America's Got Talent, Intervention, Survivor, etc, etc, etc. Could go on and on and on.


Yeah, there's definitely a difference between reality shows about things people are interested in (the aforementioned Face/Off before they dramatized it) or Mythbusters or shows about rebuilding houses or cars and shows that just showcase freaks for people to laugh at.
 
2012-12-04 01:40:30 PM  
I like the episode where you can see Barry giving Brandi some cash while they stepped out of an abandoned storage unit together in the background, while Jarrod talked about doilies in his thrift store to the cameras.
 
2012-12-04 01:41:50 PM  

Strategeryz0r: grinding_journalist: Strategeryz0r: What's wrong with enjoying a show that's easy to digest, pairs well with an after work smoke, and sometimes teaches you a thing or two about antiques?

The fact that you think it's teaching you something.

When they find interesting little trinkets that they get checked out. You learn a few things here or there about spotting fakes and the like. It's kind of interesting really. Not unlike Pawn Stars.

I'm in no way an advocate of reality TV(my wife tried to get me to watch Honey Boo Boo once. I walked away after the intro to go do something more productive.. like masterbate). But in the grand scheme of things, if someone is going to make reality shows, at least something like Storage Wars or Pawn Stars serves as a relatively interesting filler show that is leaps and bounds above crap reality TV like America's Got Talent, Intervention, Survivor, etc, etc, etc. Could go on and on and on.

I think crap like Pawn Stars and Storage Wars actually have some interesting angles to them, fake or no. And yes, it's not often but you can learn something from them. Whether it be history, how to spot fakes(like Brandi's tits), or just how worthless something you think might be valuable really is.


You should've just stayed and started fapping on the spot. That'll probably get her to never watch that POS show evar again.
 
2012-12-04 01:46:29 PM  

mjbok: miss jinxed: as someone who used to work on reality TV and has transcribed hours and hours and hours of footage of reality TV shows, I can tell you that close to 90% of what happens on reality TV is fake. It is a mix prodding by the producer or director to have cast members say or do certain things, having things "placed" on set, and/or creative editing.

the reason all that footage is transcribed is so editors can go through the transcriptions to find a certain word or phrase, then insert it in when needed, that is also why there are confessionals that cut away to action, so that you can't tell that the person speaking isn't saying entirely what they are saying.

reality TV is super cheap to make, particularly because the people on the show aren't union actors (like they would be in scripted drama) and most of the crew doesn't have to be union. i'm not saying this is a bad thing necessarily, but working in "legit" TV now has really taught me how crappy reality productions are on so many levels.

What shows (reality) did you work on?


I did post for a series that ran on IFC, which included transcribing work and editing. There was a pilot for a Project Runway type show that I worked on pre-production thru post. there was a legit docu mini series. a bunch of other stuff. nothing like the real housewives or anything, but i know lots of people who work on stuff like that. there is a pretty big gap in terms of misery level from reality production to scripted production.
 
2012-12-04 01:48:58 PM  
Well, all I know is Here Comes Honey Boo Boo is real. I don't live in Georgia, but the next best (worst) place, and southwestern Pennsylvania is full of these extra-chromosome types.
 
2012-12-04 01:51:01 PM  
You guys know a lot about reality tv for people who don't like it.

/enjoys duck call dynasty.
 
2012-12-04 01:52:05 PM  

JerseyTim: Once I start an episode, I can's top.

I like when they try to make Darrell act like he's mad at his son. He's just so bad at it.


Yeah, that was such a nonsensical angle. What were they thinking? I watch Storage Wars for the same reason I watch Antiques Roadshow: I like cool old stuff. All the artifice surrounding it is crap, though I guess some people are tuning in for "drama."
 
2012-12-04 01:53:00 PM  

PsyLord: Strategeryz0r: grinding_journalist: Strategeryz0r: What's wrong with enjoying a show that's easy to digest, pairs well with an after work smoke, and sometimes teaches you a thing or two about antiques?

The fact that you think it's teaching you something.

When they find interesting little trinkets that they get checked out. You learn a few things here or there about spotting fakes and the like. It's kind of interesting really. Not unlike Pawn Stars.

I'm in no way an advocate of reality TV(my wife tried to get me to watch Honey Boo Boo once. I walked away after the intro to go do something more productive.. like masterbate). But in the grand scheme of things, if someone is going to make reality shows, at least something like Storage Wars or Pawn Stars serves as a relatively interesting filler show that is leaps and bounds above crap reality TV like America's Got Talent, Intervention, Survivor, etc, etc, etc. Could go on and on and on.

I think crap like Pawn Stars and Storage Wars actually have some interesting angles to them, fake or no. And yes, it's not often but you can learn something from them. Whether it be history, how to spot fakes(like Brandi's tits), or just how worthless something you think might be valuable really is.

You should've just stayed and started fapping on the spot. That'll probably get her to never watch that POS show evar again.


That show is one massive boner killer. Hard to fap with that next to me.
 
2012-12-04 01:53:39 PM  
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What?!?! No mention of MMEEEEEE!
 
2012-12-04 01:57:15 PM  

Another Government Employee: electronsexparty: basemetal: I don't care, I like watching Barry. He's a cool dude.

Yeah. I mean, what idiot doesn't think the majority (if not all) of the show is staged?

Barry is still entertaining as hell.

Yuuuuup.

And all the rest are Orange County Assholes.


Orange County Assholes sounds like a good premise for a reality show about a proctology/endoscopy practice. If they can do a show about people who run a tattoo parlor, why not that?

Bonus: Since Dave's soon to be out of work, he could guest spot on OCA and go "yuuuuup!" every time they find a cancerous polyp in some old dude's bunghole.
 
2012-12-04 02:00:25 PM  
I have wanted them to run into these guys

lastheplace.com
 
2012-12-04 02:00:54 PM  

ferretman: [i.cdn.turner.com image 215x222]

What?!?! No mention of MMEEEEEE!


Now THAT is just a terrible, trashy, scripted show. Everything about it just drips fake.
 
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