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    Quote Originally Posted by FrothyFrog View Post
    Yes and they are scripted. DF knows someone who works on MasterChef and they have Chefs plate the food for them.
    Really? Well, there you go. I would love to go to a set or see a behind the scenes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Ted View Post
    The marriage one makes no sense what-so-ever. I'm not sure if it's aired yet or if it is going to air. We live in a country where same-sex couples aren't allowed to have a recognised union, yet someone can make money out of making a mockery and a game out of marriage - go figure!
    Wedding one starts tomorrow.

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    No. Never! I love them, they're trashy and I love drama. I even watched Bachelor in Paradise.

    What's this wedding one you speak of? Sounds like I should check it out! Does anyone remember Temptation Island? I tried to find it to watch last year but it was aired long before people were making rips of TV shows and it was so bad there was only ever one season!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrothyFrog View Post
    Yes and they are scripted. DF knows someone who works on MasterChef and they have Chefs plate the food for them.
    It's always been a bit if a farce as at the beginning there are 20 contestants. By the time the timer finishes and the 20th contestant serves their food it would be cold and would taste like crap so how could the judges legitimately like or hate the meal?

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    Way too many reality TV shows! I would much prefer to see some good quality drama, comedy, whatever being made instead. The only one I watch, and admittedly not even every episode, is Masterchef. The British version is way better but ours is OK. I just love food and the ideas/combinations that some people come up with are amazing...even if it is staged, scripted, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple iPhart6 View Post
    What's this wedding one you speak of? Sounds like I should check it out!
    I think it's called Married At First Sight.

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    There are too many, and a lot of them are crud - but I also enjoy some of them too

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    There's an off button people!

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    I do not watch any of the 'reality shows'. I cant stand to watch any of them. I even mute the promotions of the shows. I hunt around until I find something else, or I play solitare on the computer, and then go to bed. I have no interest in any of them. also no interest in neighbours or home and away. marie.

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    There is a lot of them that's for sure. I don't mind some "reality" tv, but don't like others. I'm not into the cooking and building shows, I like the trashier stuff. I watch big brother when it's on and did watch the bachelor last time too. I used to watch teen mom but doesn't really interest me anymore. If I had pay tv and it was on I'd probably still watch it, but I can't be bothered making an effort to see it.


 

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