"…These shows traffic in human suffering — which means watching them is either exploitative or cathartic, depending on how tightly those Dockers hug your tummy."— Simon Dumenco, on "The Obsession With TV Fatties." [Details]
At some point during last night's TWO HOUR finale of the show formerly known as The Fatchelor, I yelled at the screen, "JUST GET IT OVER WITH!"
Last night, on the show formerly known as The Fatchelor,
Luke flipped the script by asking Malissa if his weight was okay with her.
If you've been keeping an eye on The Fatchelor since the beginning, you've noticed that even though there were ladies crying about being fat, big or "plus-sized" at the start, the four remaining women are large-breasted, hourglass-shaped stunners.
Insanity on the show previously known as The Fatchelor last night, starting with Kristian. She was convinced that she was in love with Luke, and couldn't stop talking about how much she loved him. Even while crying after being eliminated.
Today's Washington Post story about the popularity of plus-size TV shows actually begins, "Have a sandwich, Twiggy."
The more I watch the show previously known as the Fatchelor, the more I want the women to get the hell out of the house and away from Luke. Not to mention the show's producers.
There was lots of drama on the show previously known as The Fatchelor last night, as Luke went on three "dates."
Last night's premiere of More To Love was even more disturbing than anticipated, not because overweight women were being exploited, but because the star, Luke, is a jackass.
More To Love premieres tomorrow night, and USA Today, Salon and People all have recent critiques of the reality show. Each piece acknowledges that there are good and bad aspects of the program some are calling "The Fatchelor."So. The cons outnumber the pros on this list. But will slow summer programming and…