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New York Goes to Work

Reality Show featuring reality show queen, New York

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New York Milks It Again

  • Apr 23, 2009
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I feel violated and sucked. More than just broken, defeated is the word I feel.

All by the fitting trademarked and registered name of: Mindless Entertainment. The amazing man that is Mark Cronin has brought us gems like:

Singled Out, Extreme Dodgeball, The Celebrity Paranormal Project and the highest rated series, Flavor of Love.

According to his bio: "He's proud that every single show he has created and run has been renewed by its network for multiple seasons."

I'm a sucka.

I took it all in. The fullness of its being and its girth. And now I hurt. I am ashamed, and so very well should be. I deserved it by not being prepared, I was-redundantly-defenseless. As a virgin wall in the thick of a graffiti convention. I was sprayed and didn't mind.

I've watched the entire first and second season of; 'I Love New York". Yes, Virginia, the entire seasons. I tried to rationalize it by not watching the vile show during the Monday time slot. Instead watching on another date. A time when I'm "bored" or "house-sitting".

I was ensnared while feeding cats as the owners were away.

I stopped the 'My DVR' recording of the 'Colbert Show' to finish watching the un-bweave-ably fabrication that is this woman, Tiffany "New York" Pollard (and yes, I am ashamed I know her name and not the name of the US Attorney General) as she set about finding love in 12 televised episodes in an average of 3 months. According to Wikipiedia, an equally dubious entity: The series is spin off of another relationship competition series, Flavor of Love, which featured Pollard as a finalist in two consecutive seasons.

And another skeleton is out of the closet.

Sigh.

I'm faced with the possibility of: stopping my horrid addition, continuing along the path of certain doom, or an out-right plead for producers/filmmakers/general public to create. Please cut the consumer a break by conceiving.

I'll admit I am here to stare into the screen but just because you spray paint this wall doesn't mean its art.

This addiction ends as soon as I watch just one episode of the newest show: New York Goes to Work.

New York Milks It, Again

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April 24, 2009
@ Woopak_the_thrill: I just sat down and wrote. glad it flowed @ djevoke: I've learned that just because its a different day doesn't make it right! LOL!
 
April 24, 2009
I'm glad to know I'm not the only one...and yes, I don't watch the waste of time on their normal time slots but, on a lazy Sunday afternoon instead!
 
April 24, 2009
Your review is so excellently written that I thought that had a touch of 'poetic rhythm' here. (is that the right word?) What a really entertaining write up!!
 
April 23, 2009
Hey Trashie, thanks for not mentioning me!
 
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I Love New York is a reality television series on VH1. It features Tiffany Pollard (better known as "New York") in a quest to find her true love. The series is a spin off of another relationship competition series, Flavor of Love, which featured Pollard as a finalist in two consecutive seasons. Season 2's final episode was leaked to the internet a week before the TV air date.[citation needed] After Tango (Patrick S. Hunter), the winner of the show's first season, failed to deliver as New York's soul mate, the second season aired, revealing Tailor Made (George Weisgerber) as New York's chosen flame. Somehow during the taping of her latest show New York Goes to Hollywood, Weisgerber and Pollard separated.

New York Goes to Work is scheduled to premiere on May 4, 2009. The reality show will follow New York as she is out searching for a regular job.[1]

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