Saturday, August 12, 2006

Fighting For Flav

I haven't seen it, but from these snippets, clearly Flavor Of Love 2 is the best show on television.

And then the postgame is even better than the actual fight. Complete with a calm discussion of what "white frail girls" are allowed to do, a geography lesson on Crenshaw vs. Compton, and prayers.


  1. Favorite line: "girl, you better stop interrupting my prayers before God directs me to whup your ass". Hilarious! I used to hate this show, now I think I'm in love.

  2. I've been avoiding this show because I'm waiting for the inevitable marathon.

  3. Nigeria8/12/2006

    'Crack is Wack'

    'This isn't Compton'

    'This isn't Crenshaw'
    -'Its close to it'

    'Im a white girl I'm frail'

    When does this show go international

  4. Anonymous8/12/2006

    what jihan said.

  5. Beautifully deranged.

  6. Exec Producer: J Springer

  7. I always heard how everyone in the entertainment industry prays to the pink pinata unicorn thingy, but this was my first time to actually see it.
    It's so strange.
    I'd much rather keep praying to the bloody dead man on a cross.

  8. It's ironic that this heifer describes herself as a "frail white girl" and says this isn't compton/crenshaw...blah blah blah...

    um...did she remember she is there for
    Flava Flav? If she can't handle being around this "ghetto" girl, how is she gonna handle Flaaaavour Flaaaaav!!

    I wonder how Chuck D feels about this? Public Enemy seems like a lifetime ago...

  9. Anonymous8/13/2006

    Kind of easy prey picking on the white girl, isn't it? That dumb b*tch would get eaten alive by anyone else. Holla!

  10. Shy Gurl8/16/2006

    Interesting...I'm with the Ghetto Girl though don't talk smack if you can't fight back.

    It was too funny how she tackled the frail white girl.

  11. I'm obsessed with this trash.

    "Sumthing" shitting on the floor during the elimination ceremony in the first episode was one thing, but this week when the psycho peroxide blond spit out this bit of verbal diarria: "I'd like to have dark babies" even my jaw dropped to the floor.

  12. Jumper Bailey8/23/2006

    I hadn't heard of the Flavor shows until seeing this post, so I went to Wikipedia to find out what it was.

    (Wikipedia is how I learn about television without actually having to turn the damn thing on.)

    I didn't give it much thought after that, but at my job this week, a couple of guys were talking about the show.

    Now, these are middle class white guys in Suburbia, Texas, whose contact with people outside their own ethnic group (or indeed, outside the confines of Tahoe-driving suburbia) is fleeting and shallow at best, assuming it happens at all during the course of their day.

    And they are absolutely gaga over this show.

    It kind of gave me the creeps, to be perfectly frank. And I think it has to do with the notion that these guys' entire "multicultural exposure" (weak phrasing, but it will have to do for now) consists of watching a "reality" sideshow in which the most trailer-trashy behaviors are paraded for general ogling and pointing.

    Okay, now I'm sounding Victorian. And of course the uptight hand-wringing over images, blah, blah, blah is tired and old hat. And of course, the show is guilty pleasure entertainment and should be viewed as such. And of course people living in relative social isolation is nothing new or shocking either.

    Yeah, yeah, yeah. I know, I know...

    But it gave me the creeps anyway.

  13. Anonymous8/23/2006

    Truly amazing.
    Are all "Frail White Girls" as dumb as her? If so, we need to start some sort of "feed the FWGs" campaign in 1st world countries. Otherwise with their collective stupidity, well, we might just be screwed.


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