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And sometimes that person is not someone who will necessarily make you happy, and might even have made you cry, and might have hurt you in the past. Overriding all the obvious political concerns, there is the simple fact that the show is entertaining, and has more drama than all the seasons of the Bachelor and Bachelorette combined. The guys, especially the Italian dude, are just entertaining. Quotable quotes from the show so far: “Homophobia, I don’t know, is kinda like when you are scared of other guys. ” [Now say that with an Italian accent and you’ll see why I love this show] Pleinelune [obviously not her real name, are you kidding?But we are human beings, and we go for the possibility of happiness, despite knowing we are going to get hurt. FYI, I dont usually watch MTV trash, much less reality TV trash. ] is a bisexual Indian girl who is also a full-time law student and a part-time activist, a geek masquerading as a fashionista, a full-blown [no pun intended] fag hag, an entertainment-whore and an occasional lover.I’ll watch the first episode to determine whether I am going to be watching it again.I already have two shows I am supposed to follow: is any better than Grey’s, by sheer standard of writing and film-making, and engaging plotlines – but being the only lesbian TV show around, you just have to watch it. I hope it is the last season, seriously, so that they can scrap it, I can stop following it for the sake of following it, and someone else can come up with a better show.Brandi and Vanessa have yet another confrontation where Vanessa makes up even more lies about Brandi, Domenico announces his own dating show on MTV, Steven and Rebecca finally confess to doing something, and Ashley and Marcus almost get into a fight again. If the person you loved just broke up with you, you wouldn’t just slide in the news among other snippets.She doesn’t seem all that upset, but that might be just her trying to be strong and not show her emotions in front of the world.Secondly, they are doing the casting call for Season 2 of A Shot at Love, again with a bisexual woman.I can’t tell whether it is Tila again, or someone else – the title of the show and announcement expressly leaves the name of the woman out.
Just when I thought it was all over, the reunion show came out. Personally, I find the announcement rather fake and abrupt.She is a very picky, often unforgiving person with regards to her suitors, complete with a free-spirited, sometimes child-like personality.The suitors are a good-looking bunch, that is to be expected, with the producers only picking people who look fairly good on camera. Particularly if you are alleging the sweetest and most innocent person in the competition visits strip-clubs regularly I, however, am still pining away for Brandi. Alright, so there are 4 people left, and adorable Brandi left the show out of her own volition [you stupid stupid girl! Which was the biggest mistake, in my opinion, because Brandi stood a real good chance of making the final two, compared to Amanda [who is seriously just a blonde bimbo], and whats-his-face Ryan, who is just boring. While even I would date Ms Androgynous-Firefighter because she is so sweet and nice, I don’t see how it can lead to a passionate relationship, because I am very likely to ditch her for the next hot, voluptuous lipstick lesbian brunette who comes along, say, Brandi. Okay, doesn’t take a genius to guess that I am totally rooting for Brandi.Even the butch/andro women were good-looking, in my opinion. Or maybe the producers deliberately threw in some unstable personalities. Who knows – what I do know that it makes for a lot of entertainment for me, in front of the computer screen. Tila was totally stupid to not let her back in, in my opinion, but then we all know Tila is somewhat unforgiving and princessy The missus will probably kick my ass for saying this…So, anyone who claims that The L Word is unrealistic because “the women are all thin and pretty”… One major problem I had with the show is how they chose to approach bisexuality. but dear Brandi, if you ever do get over Tila, and if I were single, you are always welcome on the show I am, against my better judgement and time-management issues, hooked on a reality TV show [yes, I know, don’t say it] called “A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila“.
That’s right, bisexual bachelorette My Space queen Tila Tequila is back for another shot at love, this time, with 15 guys and girls each.