Texas Gov. Rick Perry is known for saying controversial things like printing money is almost treasonous and the BP oil spill was an act of God. But he might be onto something with the whole Texas secession thing. At a tea party rally, Perry suggested that was a possibility because he w
as pandering to the crowd believed the federal government was out of control with something or other…I can only listen to politicians for so long, people. I’m not a super human. But I know a better reason: Most Eligible: Dallas
This is a new “reality” show on Bravo. It “stars” “people” who all think they are Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City. I watched episode 3 yesterday. I first consulted a dictionary to see if the definitions of “most” and “eligible” had changed. No, they still mean the same things…hmmm….confusing.
Shots of cityscape. A horse scratches its leg.
Two people talk on the phone. We only get to see one of them. She is Carrie/Courtney and she is in bed and watches herself in the mirror while she talks to Neill. Her name is spelled out in giant letters above the mirror. This is more out of necessity then vanity when one considers the amount of alcohol she is shown consuming in an episode. Carrie/Courtney has called this summit because she slurred some things at Neill the previous evening. She hangs up the phone with a “And that’s how it’s done” and flings open her closet with an “It’s on bitches.” I’m glad she understands what’s going on.
I miss that horse.
Moving on to Matt. He is eating with an underling. Suddenly Holly shows up, conveniently wearing a wireless mic pack and all a pandemonium breaks loose. Here is their conversation:
“Long day,” Matt exhales
“How’s work?” Holly asks
“Lots of good things going on, but sometimes a bit overwhelming, you know. Don’t you feel like that? You’ve got a lot going on too,” Matt pries.
“I do except I’m going on vacation. I’ve so much to do,” Holly breathlessly confesses. A waiter sets down a parfait. “That looks good.”
“You’re going to love that,” Matt observes. “So you’ve been traveling for a little bit, but now you’re going to be here.”
“You’re always out of town,” Holly retorts.
“I know, I know, but that’s because I don’t have anything holding me down now,” Matt quips. “I’d like there to be more. What are you looking for? What’s on your agenda coming up?”
“I’m just taking it easy day by day,” Holly drones. “I’m not real thinking too much into the future right now.”
“That is so refreshing to hear that,” Matt platitudes. “I feel like I never hear that from anybody anymore.”
That is some good TV right there. I’m not sure, but I think I might have had a more compelling conversation with my 17-month-old son yesterday while watching traffic. You be the judge.
“Look, it’s a truck. Biggggggggg truck!”
“Ooohhhh! Did you see that? That car had a doggie”
“No, doggie goes ‘ruff, ruff, ruff.'”
“So what are you looking for, what’s on your agenda coming up?”
Matt says he’s not ready for commitment. The human race says “thank you.”
Carrie/Courtney and Neill summit is on bitches! Neill has a child. They wear matching fedoras. Carrie/Courtney shows up wearing a giant red tablecloth. She needs herself some wine…as do I at this point. Where is that horse? I need me some horse.
Here is that horse from a different angle. Let’s look at the horse while Carrie/Courtney speaks. It’s so much better.
We move ahead to Carrie/Courtney, Matt and Glenn at brunch. Carrie/Courtney brings up some cancer charity event. Cancer patients say “That’s okay. We’re doing fine. We really don’t need any help…from you….ever.” C/C has signed up Matt and Glenn to be auctioned off. They will wear shirts that say “Ask me about my package” because it’s a date package. Those are some lucky women. Someone says “This is going to be interesting” and that someone is not me.
C/C is with a blow-up doll at a nail salon. Oh, the blow-up doll is a human named Tara. That’s a neat twist. Tara Doll is dating Jody who shows up for no discernible reason. Oh dear Christ, he has a white soul patch. I’m done…
Other things that happen….Glenn rips off his shirt at the date auction. Carrie/Courtney drinks. Tara Doll claims she’s picky and goes out on a date with a turd. Carrie/Courtney would love to be a mom(!?!). Matt goes on a date with MJ, calls the waiter “buddy” and asks for the restaurant’s most eligible drinks. The waiter sets down a glass filled with a hunk of pink insulation and pours Windex over it. Unfortunately they survive.
The horse is not shown again.
And I have officially set up my DVR to record this awesome show. I can’t help myself. There’s just something so incredibly awesome about the worst shows on TV. I’ve blogged in the past about my favorite worst show on TV that I watch without fail and text my husband as it plays – “The Secret Life of an American Teenager.” Best worst show on TV. Highly recommended.
If only there was a horse.
I have caught clips of that show on The Soup (when Bristol Palin “guest-starred”), but have never sat through a full viewing. I hope I will be able to follow along because it seems really deep and heavy.
I’m not sure I can wait till the next episode. Can I go online somewhere for a preview?
Luckily the Bravo website has previews and you can watch clips from the first two episodes. It’s a Labor Day miracle!
I haven’t heard of this show, but still I read your entire recap of it. I really enjoy your writing (I’ve blog stalked you for a few days), I think you’re really funny! Or at least your writing is, whatever, so I’m following you now. Openly, not stalkingly 🙂
The last 6 lines had me falling off my chair! Funny stuff. Will not watch these kinds of shows but will happily hear your version of it. Keep us updated.
You are hilarious. I really look forward to reading your posts.