Everyone starts their day commenting that Blue Team is no longer at the camp. This must also have been the morning that Kirsten showed everyone how to make toothbrushes from sticks, since we all have dumb branches in our mouths.
Chuck (Hughes), the über cutie from the Cooking Channel's Chuck Eats The Street has a delicious relationship with food. His uninhibited demeanor makes for great conversation, great parties and most importantly, his ability to create truly inspired dishes.
This episode starts out with Eric from the Blue Team annoying everyone to pieces. He is brushing his teeth in front of an oddly clean-shaven Red Team.
When the social media frenzy collides with television obsession, sometimes it seems that television viewers are busier writing about their favorite shows than actually watching them.
My overarching goal is to make sure my children measure success by what they do, how they feel, and what they give; and not by the material things they have or can get.
All good food tells a story. In today's growing market of regionally driven, artisan products, consumers want to be able to relate to their food; whether it be through a personal connection with the producer or an association with a particular time or place.
At the elimination ceremony its pretty lighthearted and everyone has a laugh about cake. As the voting begins we're very nervous. We trusted the Teal and Lime teams the most since we got along with them pretty well at that point.
We start off the second episode of Capture with players waking up from an awful night of sleep. Greeting them is a delicious breakfast of oatmeal and almonds, while Jade and Nikita have a Veruca Salt moment.
The show allows the audience a glimpse of the brutality of the food business, beyond the romanticism that often surrounds the sector. Beyon that, however, anybody working in the food business would understand the shows lives in the realm of fantasy.
When Breaking Pointe premiered its second season on July 22nd, the standing ovation came in part with mixed reviews.
While many may now be tuning into the real life drama of Teresa and Joe Guidice, I have to say, I was an early adopter of The Real Housewives. Not sure I should be proud of that, but it's true.
I grew up in a predominately Jewish community on the South Shore of Long Island and don't know a single young woman who lived at home with her parents after college without a job until she got married.
The compressed timeline of a flipping project on TV leaves out weeks or months of hard work, buying decisions, cost overruns and surprise problems that are a part of every house renovation undertaking.
Myself and my friend Jacob are out of breath but pushing ourselves harder than we ever have before. A device on my arm won't stop vibrating with the message "Hunt Team in Pursuit." I could really, really use a Xanax. Did we lose them?
Have you got what you feel is a unique sound and look that you believe will, "one day," catapult you to the top of the charts? Is one day not coming fast enough?
Since the eighth grade, I've been a self-proclaimed reality television junkie. But no other show has captivated me quite like you, The Challenge (formerly The Real World Road Rules Challenge) on MTV.