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    Yay spegs! I'm not watching the show (cable deficient) but I'm loving the doublecap. Way to start the season!

    Vic and Luigi then celebrate the time honored stereotypes of male-female interpersonal communication with the ďDo you think Iím fat?Ē argument. In my opinion Luigi wins. He claims he can tell even a two pound difference because he measures cement, and thatís one Iíve never heard before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spegs
    In the palatial bathroom, the camera focuses on the basket of reading material beside the commode; on the very top is the New York Post from the day John Gotti died. Please tell me this was set up by the production staff. Please tell me Vic doesnít like to read about her fatherís demise while she does her business.

    One woman at the meeting gets her face blurred out, and I know youíre thinking what Iím thinking: Witness Protection Program.

    The boys are fighting, and Pete finds this ďuncouth.Ē ďThatís not where we came from, and thatís not what weíre about,Ē he reminds them. Yes, Pete. Because non-violence has always been the Gotti family motto, right?

    And Iím thinking no one could get a good enough grip on those greasy heads to do any damage. Ah ha! Have we discovered the motive behind the madness?


    Aww, come on Spegs. Isn't front page coverage of the death of dear old dad what everyone wants to read while doing their business?
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    Quote Originally Posted by spegs
    Let the merriment commence. Woo. Hoo.

    And please remember, if you send me death threats, you are just proving my point, people.

    But the house is only haunted by the ghost of her marriage, and she thinks itís time for a change.

    Save Your Bombs for the Dinner Table, Part I

    (to be known from this point on as ďSnot-nosed Punk #1, #2 and #3Ē),

    Vic answers the door in an abominable snowman costume (on the plus side, if thereís a spill, Iíll bet that thing is very absorbent).

    on the very top is the New York Post from the day John Gotti died. Please tell me this was set up by the production staff. Please tell me Vic doesnít like to read about her fatherís demise while she does her business.

    Mona finally leaves, after she and Vic compliment each otherís boobs and both insist they are 100% natural. They donít believe each other, and neither does anyone else in the universe.

    Vic says that the Starís not going to win any Pulitzers, but they write the stuff people really care about. How sad for people.

    One woman at the meeting gets her face blurred out, and I know youíre thinking what Iím thinking: Witness Protection Program.

    Books By Their CoversÖ

    The Shortest Episode of Blind Date Ever

    Picture Montgomery Burns with Ned Flanderís bushy mustache.

    Vic calls him arrogant to his face, noting that he says stupid things without thinking, says that itís no mystery why heís single, and then she stands up and walks out. I am forced to mutter, ďGo girl,Ē and envy her cajones.

    The End
    I wish

    Sleeping With The Fishes Sounds Better All the Time

    I also feel the need to comment on the lameness of Vicís voiceovers. They are lame.

    The Other Mario Brother

    (I know Iíve already made one Simpsons reference, but I have to quote Moe here: ďLa-tee-frickiní-da!Ē).

    Taking Credit For Something You Didnít Do Only Works When Youíre Not Being Filmed For A TV Show

    See the cameras, boys? That little red flashing light means youíre going to get caught.

    The EndÖThis Time I Mean It
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    For the final scene of the evening (YES! YES! YES! *pumping fist in the air*),

    As the credits roll, the boys have a screaming fight over an empty tube of hair gel. Kind of sums up the whole show, doesnít it?

    Go ahead and send me your death threatsóif you kill me, I donít have to watch this show again: spegs@fansofrealitytv.com
    A fantastic job, spegalicious!! Oh man I tried watching this show, all for you, and holy cow was it crap, yet you did an AMAZING job of taking something utterly craptacular and turning it into a witty, engaging, tasty morsel...........yet again! I bow to your greatness!

    And I'm all for slamming as many Simpson's references as you can into a recap! Go! Go! Go!

    Another fantastic recap...a double 'cap of deliciousness! Hip..hip...hooorayyy!! *tosses confetti*
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    I'm sorry you had so little to work with,but well done Spegs!!

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    After saying that I wasn't going to watch this, I kinda got forced in to seeing it (my house guest wanted to see it so... ) I watched it. My gawd, it was so bad. Spoiled, obnoxious geasie headed teenagers with a spoiled, overly dramatic, vain mother. From the fly over shots you would think that their home was rather fabulous, but up close it is apparent that there hasn't been adequate upkeep going on. She wants to sell that house? I don't think that she's gonna get many offers after people see it on tv. She goes on a date with a man that see has already has declared that she wouldn't be attracted to. Victoria has this habit of baiting people, she puts things out here in hopes of starting an argument. She did it with the pool guy about her wait, too. Ugh! Some have tried to compare this family to the Osbournes, but while the Osbourne kids might argue with their parents, they've never been as disrespectful as these boys are to their mother. I won't even allow a house guest to watch this any more.
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