As you may know I have a fondness for the ticky-tacky known as reality television, I so love the term because it's so not anyone's reality I've ever known. So this recap will examine first the ridiculous... then the sublime.
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As we join the Lucky Nine this week, we find Bryce stressing because he is the only one who hasn't won a challenge.
If I went to New York I would be worse than a rubbernecker. I would be a tourist who is just there to gawk. I would be a Natural Disaster Rubbernecker.
Tim meets the gang outside Petland Discounts to advise them that this is the Unconventional Challenge: they are to design a garment using items purchased in the store.
We're back here once again, watching Heidi, Nina, and Michael Kors blithely destroy young dreams.
What is it about train wrecks? Why can't otherwise decent people look away from mayhem, blood, end-of-life scenarios and the personal tragedies of fellow human beings?
As we rejoin the remaining eight, Gretchen shares that not having Michael D there makes it feel more like a competition, as he was well-liked.
As we re-enter the wacky world of the Runway Projectors this week, we're treated to Michael D in bed chirping "Good morning" followed by, "it's like b...
This is the first week the show's new 90-minute format actually worked for me, perhaps because there were so many delicious moments -- including an extended sequence of Tim Gunn's workroom pep talks.
Only two shows into Season 8, I'm hooked all over again. I already have my favorites, I already know who's going home sooner than later, and I think Season 8 has the makings of a really strong season.
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