Thursday, July 07, 2011
OMG - I Love the TV Without Pity Review of Love In The Wild
Television Without Pity is reviewing it and it is a crack up (LINK).
Here some favorite quotes from last night's review.
Anyway, the adventure involves traversing a maze of flimsy bridges and collecting ropes. They have to clip themselves together with six ropes, and then cross the finish line. They don't get a map. I am going to enjoy how dumb these people are. It's the opposite of The Amazing Race. It's not even really The Mediocre Race. It's more like the The Unexceptional Race or The Unsurprising Race. As in, I won't be surprised when most of these people get lost and start yelling at one another.
Steele and Vanessa are packing and Vanessa says that she can sense that she's losing him. Why does she care? He's a giant hunk of lumber! She can do better, even with her camel face. Gah. Then she asks him to talk it out. They've known each other for like four days and she's acting like they're married. Steele just flat-out tells her that he's going to move on and Vanessa actually cries in her interview about how she made herself vulnerable and it backfired. And she doesn't deserve to be alone. OMG. I am vomiting over her. She needs to get off this show and go read The Beauty Mythand maybe He's Just Not That Into You and other things as well. She's killing me.
Vanessa and Peter are going home. Vanessa reveals that Peter had an agreement with her and he effed everything up. Peter totally did, and he knows it. Vanessa knows that she came on too strong with Steele but she blames Peter for everything, because he's the worst. She's kind of the worst, too. She really needs to brush up on some feminism, I think. And swear off guys for a while. And cut her hair. And get a personality transplant.