Welcome to Myrtle Manor or is it just another reality show
TLC is back with yet another crazy reality television show. This time it's at Myrtle Beach, which is the vacation hot spot in South Carolina. Maybe they are just trying to keep up with their neighbors south of them in Georgia, which is better known as the home of the Honey Boo Boo show.
The colorful cast starts off with Chelsey and Lindsay who are the original two owners of a start-up hot dog business on wheels called the "Darlin' Dog". Their constant partying puts their hot dog business in jeopardy. Amanda joined the wiener girl team on the second episode of Myrtle Manor after she left Georgia and her money ran out leaving her stuck in Myrtle Beach. Chelsey and Lindsay both agreed that Amanda would be a value to their team since she has a jeep that could pull their hot dog stand around. It appears that that up until they met Amanda that neither of them had a vehicle that could move the hot dog stand. Amanda refers to Chelsey as the smart and sassy one, and she refers to Lindsay as dumb as a bag of rocks.
Bandit writes jingles, and show tunes. He brags that he's written three jingles in just twenty some years. Myrtle Manor has a strong policy on if you don't pay then you don't stay, and Bandit's been up for eviction from Myrtle Manor since the very first show. Bandit looks like the type of person who works harder at trying to get out of work, then if he'd just simply do a real job.
There's Jessica Burke who is hotter than a South Carolina firecracker. Jessica is known for her unique style and being flirtatious, and she's Taylor's live-in girlfriend. Taylor Burt is lucky to have a girlfriend as pretty as Jessica. Taylor is some sort of self proclaimed local celebrity. Give me a break, actually all he does is help out as a local club promoter. He's doing so well at this that he's living in a trailer directly across the street from his mother Anne Johnson. It appears that Anne enjoys drinking a lot, but also shares her words of wisdom throughout the trailer park. There's always plenty of drama with this group, and if this wasn't bad enough a young man named Jared moved on into the trailer park, and spiced things up even more.
Jared came cruising into the park one day on his motorcycle. He succeeded in getting a place to stay from the manager Becky who sees something in Jared that no one else can. Up until now he mostly resides in the trailer park for free, but that's all about to change in the not too distant future. There's also Miss Peggy Beaulieu who's older than dirt and has been living at Myrtle Manor way before bread was even invented. There's no doubt that after 30 years Miss Peggy is the oldest resident in the park. She might be one old nosy woman with no life, but her personality is still young.
Roy and Gina are the duo and co-owners who runs Tangulls, which is Myrtle Manor's only hair salon. Gina grew up in the trailer park, and they are both very unique people, and I'm just going ahead and leaving it all at that. There's Marvin, and I use this term lightly, who is Myrtle Manor's security. Since this reality show started a $300.00 sign was stolen from out in front of the trailer park. The question has been brought up, where was Marvin the security guard when this horrible crime took place? It's possible that Amanda should be referring to Marvin as the ONE who is dumb as a bag of rocks, and not pretty little Lindsay.
Finally there's Cecil, who's father built Myrtle Manor trailer park back in the 1970s. This trailer park has been with this family for years, and now Cecil who is the official owner of Myrtle Manor is ready to retire. Cecil is more then ready to pass the day to day operations of the trailer park over to his grown daughter Becky. However so far in Cecil's eyes Becky has a lot to be desired as far as a trailer park manager goes.Time will tell as far as Becky goes. These are just a few of the interesting characters who you'll find welcoming you to Myrtle Manor on this new reality television show.
What's next for the television network TLC? There's The Real Housewives of Miami in Florida. There's Honey Boo Boo in Georgia, and now there's Myrtle Manor in South Carolina. Is North Carolina next in TLC's reality television sights? And if so what backwoods reality show are they planning on cooking up?
Recently the popular belief seems to be that these reality television shows are portraying a bad example to our children today, as well as a bad reflection of the United State's image to other countries around the world. You'll also notice that there isn't one single child on any one of the episodes of Myrtle Manor, which would be very unusual for any trailer park in America. I wonder why this is? Some folks feel that the acting should be left up to those who went to school for this type of business, and not a bunch of want to be actors and actresses. Of coarse you really need to watch the show Myrtle Manor yourself, so that you can decide for yourself and make your own mind up about this reality television show. I personally like the show!