If you saw, Here comes Honey Boo Boo, what did you think?
They obviously did not promote the go-go juice yet, but there were plenty of antics thusfare that were crazy. Redneck games, mud, teen pregnancy, ill-manners, almost illiterate, etc. What did you think of the premiere episode.
Yes she did and you say now we know what creeps through the crawls spaces in between mud and dirty. Their family apparently, teen pregnancy, pageants, jumping in the mud and landing on belly, passing gas, all the gross you don't want to know.
I was going to watch and I missed it. I can't believe anyone would give a child the go-go-juice. I think Honey Boo Boo's biggest problem she is a spoiled brat. The family I just don't know what to say about them.
I did not watch it for fear my brain cells would elapse into some sort of ignorant stupor....
I just saw the promos and it turned me off...I mean why would we let the MEDIA exploit our children and do anything to make $$$. I am so tired of the REALITy shows that show people acting in a negative, degrading way...I feel sorry for this family because I feel that they do not know any better, and doing what it takes to get $$$...My answer is just my opinion.
It's funny, but their illiteracy is very annoying and it seems like it should be on CMT LOL
Honey Boo-Boo is a high spirited little girl and she seem to have what it takes to be a child TV star, however she cannot be held accountable for the actions of her parents. She isn't any different from the child stars we grew up loving from the disney channel. Remember Raven Symone, she was also a very out going child with lots of attitude and personality.The difference between the two is the parental guidence that was provided in order to enhance her career. Honey Boo-Boo is just like every other child in this world meaning she cannot do any more than what she is taught and what she is allowed to do at her age.
Do not bash this child because she is just that a child, she is only acting off of learned behavior, and what she is told to do meaning she does what gets ratings.
Remember judge and you will be judged in the same manner. Be blessed.
I saw the preview for the show and that was more than enough for me. Too much reality on TV, and encouraging a child to be rude is not my idea of a good thing. We should be teaching our children manners and respect, not allowing for rudeness and other negative behaviour. It appears anyone can be on TV these days; whatever happened to "make believe", which is what TV used to be for?
I've never heard of this. If I saw something that said "Here comes Honey Boo Boo" I would think that it is a children's program for preschoolers or toddlers.
I saw her the other day when she was being interviewed by a journalist together with her mother. What threw me off was the fact that when they went to eating, she played with her spaghetti and the journalist asked her what she was doing. She said that she was removing her loose teeth. I could not help but think about of all the kids who do not have anything to eat. That really bothered me! The mother seems to approve everything this child does. I am just saying that the mother should be a little responsible and teach the child at least some values. It is not bad to be famous but to do so in a good way.
I didn't watch, would not want to contribute to the advertising base. Obviously, an exploitation of children so that a morally deficient parent can make money off of her children.
I am not amused of impressed. The child has not been taught manners or respect and they are making money off this. Crazy
by TheHoleStory 9 years ago
Has everybody got their watch & scratch card for the new Honey Boo Boo show?I got mine out of "People" magazine for Wednesday's upcoming show!
by Elizabeth Below 9 years ago
What does Honey Boo Boo mean for American culture?First it was her Go-Go Juice on "Toddlers & Tiaras" and now we're getting to know the entire Thompson family via "Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" -- like a trainwreck we can't turn away. Does the show's popularity reflect...
by alexandriaruthk 9 years ago
Reality TV - Why is Honey Boo Boo so popular?Is this a sign that people are fed up with political and other news that they just watch reality TV. What makes Honey boo Boo ticks?
by NiaG 9 years ago
What is the fascination to Honey Boo Boo even til this day?What is continuing viewers to watch her? Do people feel some sort of connection with her? Or is our cultural falling more behind and "dumbing down" on what we accept as entertainment?
by Sonneborn 9 years ago
What the hell is this Honey Boo Boo that I keep hearing about?I feel like I might regret asking.
by Holle Abee 9 years ago
I was just reading some exceprts from his latest book. I thought he was supposed to be the one journalist who isn't biased?
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