Slim and Franke

Slim and Franke

Monday, November 27, 2017

PAWN STARS AND COPS

Question Of The Week 11-27-17

Which Reality TV Show would you ever agree to appear on?

Not me!!!

None, I would never want to be on TV.


I think I’d forgo my 15 minutes of fame if it had to be reality


I don't watch them and I certainly wouldn't want to appear on one.


Any, I think it would be very interesting and a great new experience


None.

Dance With The Stars - (I wouldn't make it though!)


Naked and Afraid. Ok that was a joke:)


They have to really improve these "reality" shows for me to consider them. They have so much artifice and are so tightly edited, I am sure I would be disappointed with my part in the show.

America's Next Top Model...ok just kidding


NONE of them. Not a single one.


None!


I was shocked to google "TV Reality shows" and see how many there are. Cops and Pawn Stars were the only ones I watch. Oh and Antique Road Show. I would love to be on that one.


My daughter was on the pilot of a show called Swanked that Emily Dees and her friend were trying to produce. Basically they were doing make-overs. They said that they met Mollie in a farmer's market. They'd actually met her when she was doing some script editing for another production. That was only the beginning of the unreality going on there. They ended up cutting about 6 inches off my daughter's waist length ginger color hair and dying it a brassy auburn color. It was awful. There was very little reality and a whole lot of perfect body image promotion going on there. After the pilot the show was not aired by any station.

I love to watch Survivor and Dancing with the Stars, but I'd be the first one to go on both of those, so I guess my answer is none. :)

None these days...but years ago, in 1986/87 I appeared on one....interviewed for a kid's wild life/interest type show when I was managing the resort on Cape Richards.




21 comments:

  1. None, I would never want to be on TV.

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  2. I think I’d forgo my 15 minutes of fame if it had to be reality.

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  3. I don't watch them and I certainly wouldn't want to appear on one.

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  4. Any, I think it would be very interesting and a great new experience.

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  5. Dance With The Stars - (I wouldn't make it though!)

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  6. Naked and Afraid. Ok that was a joke:)

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  7. They have to really improve these "reality" shows for me to consider them. They have so much artifice and are so tightly edited, I am sure I would be disappointed with my part in the show.

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  8. America's Next Top Model...ok just kidding

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  9. NONE of them. Not a single one.

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  10. I was shocked to google "TV Reality shows" and see how many there are. Cops and Pawn Stars were the only ones I watch. Oh and Antique Road Show. I would love to be on that one.

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  11. My daughter was on the pilot of a show called Swanked that Emily Dees and her friend were trying to produce. Basically they were doing make-overs. They said that they met Mollie in a farmer's market. They'd actually met her when she was doing some script editing for another production. That was only the beginning of the unreality going on there. They ended up cutting about 6 inches off my daughter's waist length ginger color hair and dying it a brassy auburn color. It was awful. There was very little reality and a whole lot of perfect body image promotion going on there. After the pilot the show was not aired by any station.

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  12. I love to watch Survivor and Dancing with the Stars, but I'd be the first one to go on both of those, so I guess my answer is none. :)

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  13. None these days...but years ago, in 1986/87 I appeared on one....interviewed for a kid's wild life/interest type show when I was managing the resort on Cape Richards.

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  14. heartiest best wishes for you health dear Annie!

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    1. Thank you Bali. I hope to be back after the holidays. All is looking well.

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  15. Artists have to learn to press buttons!

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  16. Saw your post and I'm hoping all is well Granny Annie. Many hugs! (((Be well.))) (((Be healed.))) Karen

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    1. Thank you Karen. All is looking merry and bright.

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