The Dregs of the Dregs of Reality TV


My husband discovered a new show for us to watch late at night, now that we’ve developed the habit of following Reality TV so we can jeer at stupid idiots and feel infinitely superior. “Watch What Happens Live” is like something your TV would watch if it could hold the remote.

A TV show about the denizens of Reality TV (and notice how I was moved to use the word ‘denizons’ as an homage to awfulness!) is like the end of civilization. TV cannibalizing itself is surely the end of the road, at least the road as we know it. What’s left? Two commercials interviewing each other?

So anyway, this guy named Andy Cohen sits around getting drunk with his guests, and shows promos of various Housewife Reunions. Last night I saw some Atlanta Housewives screaming and threatening each other and it was very exciting. I only caught a couple of the Atlanta shows, so I was very intrigued by the animosity between a big obnoxious tranny named Kim and a poor alcoholic woman called NeNe (sp?) Fucking fantastic!

Then, Andy asked his guest, Isaac Mizrahi, which of them was the gayest. Whoa! Complete toss-up, as Kelly Ripa concurred, whoever she is. Andy also asked Isaac which of them was more Jewish!   My husband and I looked at each other in amazement and delight: Two Jewish fags sitting around drinking and talking shit!

Where the fuck is my Reality show?!?!? An angry depressed unemployed Venice Housewife, getting in fights with the whole world….I could invite my gays and talk shit about other bloggers! I would even drink, if necessary.

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15 Responses to The Dregs of the Dregs of Reality TV

  1. I would buy cable if you had a show Sister Wolf!

  2. Jill says:

    I really want to see NeNe rip off Kim’s wig…I’m not usually mean like this, but I think the day is a comin’ and I don’t want to miss it!

    When you get your show, I want to be a guest. Cheers!

  3. You need your own show – I need your show!

  4. jools says:

    Thanks for the heads up,Sister! This show is getting tivoed immediately. Can a depressed unemployed housewife from Studio City (aka “the valley”) guest on your show?

  5. Juri says:

    I wonder if there will be anything else on tv, five years from now, than reality shows.

    Any ways, I want to see your show!! And you don’t even have to drink there if you don’t want to. We can arrange a quest appearance with Juri 18-to-24-pack. I’ll speak straight to the hockey moms and hearts of ordinary Americans. Of course, we could get drunk together and lash out random insults at everybody. You could wear the big sunglasses from your Michael Jackson tribute pic so that you’d look fabulous even when being douchey.

  6. Susan says:

    1) I saw that the other night, too, with Isaac and the other guy. Those two were in rare form and I was pretty entertained.

    b) There is a place for you on live blogging, Sister. It would be a SCREAM!

  7. Mark says:

    I think I might do Andy Cohen, if given the chance. I can talk about it afterwards on your show.

  8. You need that show Sister Wolf! Can I be your east coast correspondent? We can point out the “epic” boots and “uber” trashed jeans that the “cool” kids wear, then blow the lid off the whole thing by proving that its all been done before! LOL!

  9. Aja says:

    We use to have a Real Housewives of Atlanta night where we would order sushi at my sisters house and oogle at the amazement of it all. I think my favourite moment might have been Kim’s singing career. I loved when the instructor told her she didn’t know how to sing at all and she went on a tangent about singing coming from the heart blah blah blah. Whoever thought you needed vocals to carry a tune? Don’t left being tone deaf keep you down, Kim.

  10. Aja says:

    Don’t let.

  11. andrea says:

    How about a webcast of The Sister Wolf Show? Or, you can post your show on You Tube.

  12. Mark says:

    I vote “Yes” on the webcast.

  13. YES to a show, you need a show! How about cable access, is that dead or really epic now?

  14. Sister Wolf says:

    Iheartfashion – I don’t think I could live without cable. Sad but true.

    Jill – What a show that would be! Hahahaha! Yes, I never even thought of going for that wig but it’s gonna be so gratifying!

    Make Do – I need your show, too.

    Jools – YES, and you can complain about your shoulder. We’ll be The Depressed Housewives of Southern California.

    Juri – You’re making this SO TEMPTING.

    Susan – Oooh I’m so glad you saw it! I don’t know what live blogging is, but twitter makes me nauseous. It could be an age thing. I just hate the twittering.

    Mark – You would totally do Andy (if the good Ed fell in a hole, that is)

    Suzanne AKA – Of course, we would all be on the show.

    Aja – That’s the episode I saw!!!!!! I loved that part too!

    andrea – I once asked my kid to help me made a video to post but the urge passed before I could force him to do it.

    Mark – Okay, try getting my webmaster to help me.

    fashionherald – Oh jesus, cable access brings back memories of the ex-wife, help!!!!!

  15. Carole says:

    I love the part about talking shit about other bloggers! That is the only way I would ever blog: just to talk shit about some I have read and some I have met! Not always a good idea . . .

    You can always Ustream.

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