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What are we watching next? Spreading the SE Beyond The Bachelorette

Happy Friday friends.

So I’ve been thinking. I think we’ve all agreed that this season of The Bachelorette isn’t stellar. It’s not even really that great. It’s kind of meh. This doesn’t mean I am going to stop watching (and recapping), it just means I’m less than enthused about Ashley H.’s search for love.

I need some secondary embarrassment excitement in my life. I’m planning on dedicating some time over the weekend to catch up on the latest season of Toddlers & Tiaras after which I will faithfully blog about the experience. But I need something new to commit to and I want you all to be on board with it.

What I’m asking is, what other show do I NEED to be watching (with my laptop, taking notes as it happens) without the use of my trusty DVR. What would you like to read about the next day? Housewives (of the New Jersey variety), Big Brother, any new summer show (of the dating and/or talent variety), something else on Bravo.

Is there some undiscovered treasure trove of SE that I have no idea about? Please share the love.

If I get zero comments on this post, I’ll know that the love was not shared. And then I’ll be personally embarrassed which will require another blog post. It’s a vicious circle.

Photo: Bravo TV









Help a friend out.

Until then… stay tuned.


Filed under Sports Embarrassment

“No need to clap. He already has it.” The Situation BOMBS Roasting Donald Trump

Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Since I’m more Italian than Irish, I thought I would share some Jersey Shore/Situation induced Secondary Embarrassment on this, the greatest of (drinking) holidays.

Not sure if you’ve seen this yet, but consider yourself warned. It is awkward, painfully embarrassing, turn-away, close your eyes, plug your ears, just totally awful. The Situation shows up on Comedy Central (who invited this guy?) to help actual comics roast The Donald.

But rather than giving the Trump-ster a funny, good-natured ribbing, Sitch just makes a fool out of himself. I won’t spoil it. Just watch and see (and experience the SE) for yourself. It’s bad. Really, really bad.


Woof. Other than great intro by Seth McFarlane, the whole thing is painful.


Filed under Celebrity SE, The Jersey Shore