This reality show participant (RSP) just returned home on a cross-country flight with a couple of travel companions. After enjoying a few cocktails, RSP had a problem. You see, RSP is claustrophobic and refuses to use an airplane bathroom. We’re sure RSP probably thought of peeing in cup in RSP’s first class seat, but that plan didn’t seem feasible with all the attention.
When it comes to television programming, most networks schedule their best shows from Sunday night to Thursday night. Sunday nights are big because everyone is back home from their weekend activities and preparing for and dreading the upcoming work week. On Friday nights, most of the 18-49 year old age group coveted by advertisers goes out on the town either on dates or searching for a hookup. Friday night advertising is cheap and the networks don’t make much.
Imagine being plucked from obscurity to be on a reality show. Suddenly, you need an entertainment attorney to handle your contracts. Back when this all first started, many members of ensemble casts would find out about an attorney from another cast member and that is why so many of them have the same attorney. This is a really bad idea, but they didn’t seem to know that at the time. The only time you want the same attorney as someone else on the show is if you are bargaining as a group. A husband and wife for example. Yet many members of ensemble casts across franchises are still using the same attorney.
For their next move, this mother/daughter reality duo who are not named Jenner or Kardashian are definitely going to pull one out of the Kardashian playbook. The daughter is debating between a nude pictorial for Playboy or a sex tape.
Here is a little lesson for one housewife who is showing her cards to early in the poker match. This housewife and I both know that someone is being fired. This housewife and I also know that she is begging to be full-time next season.
This A- list reality star from multiple shows on the same cable channel had plans on returning an outfit for cash, if not store credit. Problem? It got a huge rip and she was on the hook for the $3950. At the rate she spends money, her family will be bankrupt by the end of next year even with her two salaries.
Even this cable reality franchise which had been slightly immune to the ratings decline affecting the other cities has now had to jump on the publicity stunt train to attract viewers. The thing is though, the producers recycle the same bag of tricks, altering it only slightly.