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    Quote Originally Posted by Qboots
    How about "Who Wants to Marry a Multi-Millionaire?"
    following closely by "Are You Hot?"

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    Definitely "Are You Hot" is the worst.."Who Wants To Marry a Multi-Millionaire" was so bad yet was pretty much responsible for many of the other dating shows, I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by candor
    I forgot about Are You Hot. I change my vote to that one. I'm probably one of the few people who liked I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here." I liked seeing the personalities revealed, both good and bad. I also gained a whole lot of respect for Cris Judd and Stuttering John. Go figure.
    I watched every episode of I'm a Celebrity. Loved it. So you're not alone.

    But I also liked Are You Hot. Lorenzo and his infamous pointer cracked me up. Apparently my taste in reality TV is questioanble at best.
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    I loved "I'm a celebrity too" , Too much cheese for one show. Cris Judd was sweet . But Are You Hot? I mean Lorenzo ? (He's now on B&B- the cheesiest daytime show )

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    B&B is the only soap I watch. I'm really batting 1,000 tonight, aren't I?

    (And you wouldn't know it by my previous post, but I actually do know how to spell 'questionable'. :rolleyes I hate when I don't notice my spelling mistakes until after the edit button has disappeared.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qboots
    But I also liked Are You Hot. Lorenzo and his infamous pointer cracked me up. Apparently my taste in reality TV is questioanble at best.
    It might not have been that bad if it wasn't so blatantly ripped off, lazer pointer and all.

    But, since I didn't watch any of that, I'll go with "All American Girl". I didn't make it through the first episode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR.
    It might not have been that bad if it wasn't so blatantly ripped off, lazer pointer and all.
    Awww JR! Do you have to quote me when I make a spelling error?

    And I had no idea the laser was a rip-off. From where? (A show I don't watch obviously.)
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    I didn't even notice the spelling.

    That is a bit that Howard Stern has been doing for years. Women would go into the studio and want to know if they were hot enough to be in Playboy/Penthouse. A lot of times he'd have celebrities in on the judging. One of the producers of his "E" show left that to produce AYH and even took the lazer pointer idea. There was a law suit and settlement.

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    Ah. Howard Stern. That explains why I didn't know. Thanks JR.
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    The Restaurant was really stupid. I only saw one episode of The Casino but it looked just as stupid. Mark Burnett should stay away from the "documentary" style reality shows.
    Lost was another one I hated. I did not like seeing Americans beg from people in poor countries.
    I hate all dating reality shows so it's hard for me to pick just one that I hate more than the rest.
    I actually liked I'm a Celebrity and would love if they had another one this summer.

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