Watch Friends, Jennifer Aniston cracks me up. Also, watch Sex and the City just to see how to make someone as ugly as Sarah Jessica Parker look good with lights and makeup
It seems not a lot anymore. I try to avoid most reality TV shows, they are just too boring. I'd much rather watch re-runs of Happy Days or Gilligan's Island. Cooking shows are informative and can help give you good ideas, those are fun to watch.
Television used to be entertainment, where actors got paid to act. Now it seems as though anyone with a loud voice and bad attitude can get a show.
My absolute favorite show is True Blood on HBO. It is my ritual Sunday night (please don't tell my preacher grinning) relaxation. If you love vampires there's no better show around.
There's not much, I'm afraid. There's nothing i can think of to recommend. I definitely can't abide reality TV.
Personally, I prefer the history channel, Animal planet and other non-fiction stuff.
by Simon Cook13 months ago
Is there too much reality TV?
by Midnytefire8 years ago
I think I have turned on my TV probably 10 times in the last 4 years. I find that television really dumbs us down. (I believe that is how the expression goes.) Television used to be entertaining in a...
by Kristin Trapp5 years ago
Do you watch more "reality" tv shows or actual shows?I'm just curious. I find myself more interested in so-called reality tv, especially elimination shows like HGTV Design Star and Project Runway, than regular...
by Derrick Bennett5 years ago
Is there anything good on tv?I find myself watching the same old reruns because these new shows the air aren't good. Most the time I keep the tv off.
by Michelle Liew5 years ago
Which reality television series do you enjoy?
by Deb Welch6 years ago
Does it seem to be unlawful? Is it possible that these Reality Stars don't know the full content that is being shown on telebision? Most of time whenever I had watched Reality Television it made me...
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