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I feel like I should write a disclaimer before I give you an essay to read: I hate Reality TV. I hate how little creativity there is because of Reality TV, where television shows like ‘Happy Town’ get cancelled before 3 episodes get aired because ‘Wipeout’ is favored.
But we come to the same basic issue that comes with any reality show; how much is real. How much of it made him look more awkward than what he actually is?
Maybe if the show felt sincere, or felt like it was real…maybe I would feel different about it.
I think that Speed Dating is a great concept actually, because whether we like it or not we are a society that is based on first impressions. I think by putting it on TV we run the risk of the people wanting their 15 minutes, so now we are wondering if people are coming to our little conventions because they want to be famous or because they are actually genuinely like us and want to find other nerds out there. If you are considering signing up for this show, which I already know people who are, realize that you’ll be exploited, you will be mocked more than likely…shows like The Soup and Saturday Night Live couldn’t survive without mocking what is on TV. I’m sad for the people that are on these shows, even if they do sign the paper that allows them to be on it. I truly hope it is real, and not another 15 minutes of fame issue. Do you agree with me on Geek Love, or do you disagree?
I listen to bad pop music, I study martial arts and I care too much about people. I felt bad for “Chewie” because he is that awkward nerd.
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I don’t use the word hate unless I actually mean it, and in this case, I actually mean it. I’m not asking you to share my opinions, and this isn’t an attack on anyone.
I was asked to watch Geek Love and review it after my previous essay about it, when it was just a commercial and nothing had aired otherwise yet.