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"Anything For Love" - FOX - greatest unintentional comedy ever

Old 06-16-03, 08:34 PM
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"Anything For Love" - FOX - greatest unintentional comedy ever

this is so pathetic, my sides hurt.

who knew there were so many psychos in this world?
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Old 06-16-03, 09:07 PM
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I know, I was cracking up at the girl with the billboard. Might as well have had "Psycho Ex-Girlfriend" written on the sign.
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Old 06-16-03, 11:38 PM
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omfg, i just saw that crazy girl with the billboard, thats one CRAZY bitch
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Old 06-17-03, 08:09 AM
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The funny thing is; the guy who obsessed about the girl for two years after a brief coffee date will probably have to beat women off of him after the show. The woman with the billboard won't be able to get a date in a homeless shelter.
For women: Psycho-like obsessive behavior = a guy who's not afraid of commitment.
For men: Psycho-like obsessive behavior = RUN AWAY!!!!!!!!!
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Old 06-17-03, 03:56 PM
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The funny thing is; the guy who obsessed about the girl for two years after a brief coffee date will probably have to beat women off of him after the show. The woman with the billboard won't be able to get a date in a homeless shelter.
You are so right. Plus he's been on TV. That's got to be worth bonus points.

To quote Seinfeld:
Jerry: "He's shown he can go all the way"
George: "You mean ..."
Jerry: "No. Not our all the way. Their all the way. He's shown he can commit"
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Old 06-24-03, 03:28 AM
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I don't know if anybody watched tonight's/last night's episode but I am starting to think that parts of this show are completely faked. The last segment of the first episode was about a girlfriend setting up her boyfriend by using a decoy. Well the girlfriend was an actress whose biggest claim to fame was as one of the original cast members on the Nickelodeon show "All THat". Her name is Angelique Bates and this is not the first "reality" show she has been on. Last year she was on an episode of Extreme Dating. Besides the fact she is an actress what bothered me about her segment was the fact that her reactions seemed forced and phony.
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Old 06-24-03, 05:34 AM
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About a week from now that guy who sawed up his bike will be saying to himself "I can believe I gave up my bike for this bitch"

Angelique Bates is hot she looks like she should be doing porn

The cadet dude who gave her his girlfriend's phone number was pretty lame since he didn't even tell her about it. I don't think he should have been left of the hook that easily. Unless of course the elevator encouter happened just b4 they called him onstage
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yeah after watching last night's episodes I think it's almost ALL 100% staged.

Every single segment seems setup.
It's just so obvious what each is going to say next.

1. the guy in the elevator. First off you wouldn't get a TRUE reaction if you are thinking you are at a reality tv tryout anyway.
You would either have a guard up thinking something is up that a girl starts hitting on you all of a sudden at a REALITY TV show setup.
OR you'd play more into thinking it would somehow give you an edge in getting on the show.
Then you would NEVER give your girl's #, you would just give a fake number. That was just too staged with calling the phone in HIS pocket. What was her phone doing in his pocket anyway!?

2. The sawed bike. the guy actor was just too obvious with saying "I don't know what you have planned but I'm NOT doing it" as his first reaction to seeing the bike on stage.
Then ofcourse going through the emotional rollercoaster then breaking down. Again silly and very predictable.

3. Then the guy stalking from 11 years ago. Like you couldn't find out if someone had a boyfriend beforehand!? ....um ok.
Too predictable. "I'm in love with someone else, you are sweet, by the way I wouldn't see you anyway!".
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