Big Brother’s ratings drop, but still not bad for CBS. The Saturday night recap ep of Big Brother had lower ratings than previous nights, but it still did well with a 2.5 share. Early ratings show it just edged out the last NBC airing of Freaks and Geeks, which is just wrong.
Moore: reality TV is “TV’s newest rage”. The AP’s Frazier Moore churns out a predictable column with two shocking revelations: reality TV is just the latest trend, and–hold your breath–it’s not really “reality.”
on Pulau Tiga, the body odor was like “hot garbage.” So says Ramona, and I’ll take her word on that. She and the rest of the booted talk to People about constipation, hate mail, hunger and odors. Plus, B.B. says he didn’t “have the energy to be phony” and still doesn’t know why washing his …
miss a show last week? Recaps from last week are live and drenched in sarcasm. Rock on. MTVixen Jill goes off on episode four of The Real World with her killer storytelling flair (Jamie made out with “a stray dog” and the Village People!); both MightyBigTV and Student.Com’s minute-by-minute wrap-ups are a bit more truthful …
Big Brother kicks ratings butt. Even though the first episode, like, sucked.
Richard sues the police.Survivor’s token naked gay guy is suing the Middletown, R.I., police for false arrest and for leaking the story of his arrest on child abuse charges to the media.
ding, dong, sit coms could be dead.Inside.com does the math, and the glut of reality TV and its low production costs doesn’t look good for sitcoms. And this is a problem?
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