Monday, July 23, 2007

Rock of Love, Episode Two: It's not pretty

I watched last night's episode of Rock of Love, and I have to say, I'm still digging it. Forget about all the drinking, the stripper pole dancing, or any of the normal reality show competition crap: What I learned was that actual physical violence doesn't translate as well as a good round of creative name-calling. Then again, I think watching fake tanned, fake breasted, fake blondes turn on one of their own and refer to her as having "giant clown boobs" is hysterically funny, in a "pot vs. kettle" kind of way. And the retort of saying that her face was "meth-scarred?" Classy.

Last week, I thought the girls looked harsh. This week, they looked way better than the featured rock star/prize/man slut:



Dude, for the love of God, keep the bandanna on! Or the cowboy hat. Heck, even a motorcycle helmet would be an improvement.



8 comments:

trench said...

I think this show is really funny. Even funnier than the one with Flav. These girls would do anything to be on TV even with all these ugly dudes. haha.

e.b. said...

this show is absolutely ridiculous - in the kind of way that i will watch it all.

we said the exact same thing - that man cannot let his hair loose like that!

mad said...

I have to admit I've not watched this show. I'm still broken up over Martha Stewart bombing.

Evil Spock said...

I won't touch that show with a 50ft. pole. I miss music videos.

dara said...

Trench: This is hilarious. The thing that makes this slightly better than Flavor of Love is that Bret Michaels seems to know exactly how ridiculous it is AND HE'S DOING IT ANYWAY, just for kicks!

e.b.: He used to look normal without the bandanna. Now he looks like a sad old man. Thinning long hair is worse than bald.

Mad: You're missing out. This is entertainment at its finest. Quality television.

evil spock: Watching this show makes me feel a little dirty, but it's been worth it.

Scooter McGavin said...

I had to skip this because I can't imagine it is any better than Flavor of Love. But is they do a Charm School that pits Flav's cast offs with Bret's, that will be must see TV.

SebThePleb said...

Funny, I was bored and typed in Blah blah on google and this blog turned up and I thought... Ah cool, a blog :)

Robert Mandrake said...

I still have not seen the show.