Giving Spencer Pratt A Run For His Money

I can't remember how it came up, but I asked Sean recently if he used to watch Beavis and Butthead back when it was on in the early 90s, and---despite being its target demographic---he said didn't much because he didn't find it that funny, and I said "are you kidding me? It was hilarious! I used to stay up late to watch it because it came on at midnight in England! And if I couldn't stay up that late? Then I'd videotape it!"

And Sean said "Aha! So you've always liked those stupid shows, have you? This explains why you watch The Hills."

And I was all, whoa! Hold up there a second, buddy!

Because I think you'll agree, Internet, that Beavis and Butthead is far superior to The Hills, in that Beavis and Butthead---back in its prime---was actually funny. In its own puerile, ridiculous, self-deprecating way, its sole aim was to poke fun at a stereotype, while The Hills---vapid, vacuous, and guilty of taking itself way, way, way too seriously---has the audactiy to try and get us to aspire to a stereotype. If the producers of The Hills have their way---and trust me, I'm sure there are millions of teenage girls with whom they do have their way---we're all suppposed to crave internships at Teen Vogue and condos in L.A. and relationships with soulless yet toothsome young heirs after watching the show. Which is, by the way---and I feel should state this for the record---one of the most cringe-inducing, faith-destroying, irritating pieces of trash I've ever had the displeasure of watching.

WHICH IS WHY I JUST CANNOT STOP WATCHING IT.

Oh, I know, I know, I thought I was better than that too. But it's just so awful! It's just so bad! Every single episode immediately prompts two very visceral reactions in me: either I want to punch someone in the nose, or I want desperately to take a hot shower with antibacterial soap. The people, they're so dumb! The conversations, they're so staged! The lumbering plot and contrived scenarios make me wish for my living room floor to open up and and swallow me whole, just so that I don't have to cringe for anyone anymore. I remain convinced that I lose a few IQ points every time I watch it.

Even if you've never seen The Hills (and for that, I salute you!), you must have heard of super villain Spencer Pratt, the horrible, scheming, Machiavellian little man, with his blonde bum fluff goatee and much-ridiculed homeboy phone. Who started global warming? Why, Spencer Pratt did! Who ran over your puppy in his car? Spencer Pratt did! Spencer Pratt, in fact, is responsible for all the evils of the world, including (but not limited to): sour milk, stubbed toes, that time you overslept and missed the meeting, Celine Dion, transfats, and your neighbor who plays his techno at 3am.

And now Spencer Pratt, it would seem, has his own advice column. It's called Yo Spencer! and the first installment deals with how to deal with weak people and haters. No, really. No, really.

My sister and I were chatting online just now---she from her bedroom in Singapore, me from my couch in San Francisco---and I told her I was about to write a blog post. She asked what I was going to write about and I said I didn't know. Did she have a suggestion? She did. "You should do a regular feature called Tuesdays With Susie," she said. "And every Tuesday, you should write about how cool I am."

And I said "Yeah, probably not. But you know what? Maybe you should write a guest post every month for me. What about that?"

And she said "I could be a columnist! Like Spencer!"

And I said "And we could call it Yo Susie!"

And she said "And my first column would be about how to deal with weak people and haters!"

And I said "Done."

I haven't yet decided whether I'm entirely serious about this, but if I decide that I am (should I be?), please feel free to submit a question for the very first installment of Yo Susie! You know, if you want to take the advice of an 18-year-old high school senior who will be the first to admit that she finds John Travolta curiously sexy.

Which of course you totally do. I mean, anything's better than taking the advice of Spencer, right? He'd probably just tell you to stop reading so many books, buy a pair of sparkly hotpants, and go and get a boob job. And that's just if you were a guy.

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Marin
Mar 27, 2008

So I think I'm the first again, which I totally hope is not stalkerish and creepy because I am in Prague and therefore am awake hours and hours before the bulk of your readers. Please don't call the cops.

"The Hills"...I think it's kind of like an addiction to, say, drugs: you know it's bad for you, and especially your brain and social skills, but you just can't stop. My favorite line, from Lauren to Heidi (hate, hate, hate Heidi): "I want to forgive you. [dramatic pause] And I want to forget you." My friends and I walk around quoting that all the time; it's just so fake. Which is why I can't stop watching.

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jules
Mar 27, 2008

I. Love. The. Hills. My friends & I are all freaks for the show, and we're in our early 30's. It would be mortifying if there was anyone in our circle sitting around judging our tastes in tv shows... but since we're all watching MTV on Monday nights, nobody has time to mock anyone else.

Having said that, I would love it if Spencer and Heidi would fall off the face of the planet. The Hills would be just fine without them. The only mildly interesting thing about their screen time is watching Heidi's face turn into plastic and silicone right in front of our eyes.

Jules
House of Jules

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Kaili
Mar 27, 2008

So glad to hear your watch the Hills. I do too, but was not about to really admit it. I too am drawn to how awful it is, and Spencer, don't even get me started!!!!

My Husband calls "that show" the "like like like" show, cause "like" every "like" second word is "like"!

Yes start the series!

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Adele Richards
Mar 27, 2008

Yo Susie! John Travolta IS curiously sexy.

Such wisdom from an 18 year old. Tell me more, tell me more, a-wellah-wellah huh.

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Colin
Mar 27, 2008

We all have those I'm-horrified-but-I-can't-look-away television moments. My own semi-recent mortifying choices have included (I'll fess up) 'Real World: Sydney' and the first season of 'Gossip Girl,' which isn't even that terrible of a show, really, in the cosmic sense, but the fact that it's actually called 'Gossip Girl' makes me hate myself a little bit.

...Hee.

I'm curiously excited for Yo Susie!, but questions of an appropriately awesome caliber are failing me at the moment.

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Colin
Mar 27, 2008

Whoops. Totally entered the wrong website information in my just-submitted comment. And now I'm being the Embarrassed Double Commenter At Whom Everyone Rolls Their Eyes. So sorry.

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Heather B.
Mar 27, 2008

You know how I pink puffy heart you and all that jazz already? Well your usage of 'puerile' now makes me think you're the greatest person ever and if you wanted a lifetime supply of your favorite covergirl lip stuff, I would provide it for you.

Also I could write pages upon pages about my hatred for Spencer motherf*cking Pratt. That is how much I detest him.

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Raven
Mar 27, 2008

The only thing I can say about Spencer is that at least there is truth in advertising when it comes to his name. HE IS A TOTAL PRAT. GAH!

I used to watch The Hills, because I watched Laguna Beach and I wanted to see what happened afterwards, but I hated Spencer so much I had to stop.

I see their pictures from the red carpet where he is carrying a boom box of her horrid music and it makes me go into a murderous rage.

Loved B&B but did not dig on the full length movie.

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hevang
Mar 27, 2008

I lose IQ points every time I watch Rock of Love on VH1, but I can not drag my self away.

I for one would love to see a guest column by Susie. I have no idea what 18 year old high school seniors find hip and groovy these days, because sometimes 27 feels so damn grown up and old, and I think it would be simply fascinating to have a peek inside that brain.

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Kate
Mar 27, 2008

I think its cool that Susie likes John Travolta. If you would have said David Hassekhoff I would have had to boycott her.

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geeky
Mar 27, 2008

I thought I was better than that too, but The Hills just sucks me right in to the vapid little world. I can't help it!

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jonniker
Mar 27, 2008

Oh, The Hills. I think about that a lot, actually, because there is an entire generation of teenage girls who thinks that they should be wearing Prada and receiving $7k/week clothing allowances and eating lunch at oceanside bistros.

And tell me, OH TELL ME, that you've seen the fake spreads of Heidi and Spencer prancing on the beach for the paparazzi? It's so bad that it is patently awesome. They frolic! They read Forbes! They make out in posed positions! They take Heidi's new lips out on the town!

At any rate, I was all for Yo Susie! until you got to the part where she finds John Travolta curiously sexy, because really? She does? REALLY?

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DiaryofWhy
Mar 27, 2008

I'm thinking this is probably the reason I don't have cable, which is the same reason I also don't keep Cheetos in the house. Because I have no self control and I wouldn't be able to respect myself in the morning.

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Nikki
Mar 27, 2008

I decided recently to give myself a break. I think you should, too. I love reading the classics, travel, a good (respectful) political discussion, improving on my new interests, such as cooking and photography, and yes...I like The Hills...I've considered hosting viewing parties for The Bachelor and my thirty-something friends and I (joined by my sixty-something mother) take bets on the next American Idol castoff.

It's an escape. It's a bit of mindlessness and entertainment at the end of a day filled with tasks and deadlines and responsibility. And viewing these media trainwrecks can help a girl lift herself one rung higher on the "I'm not doing so bad" ladder. So, hide that never-gonna-be-satisfied morality compass and watch away, folks! Raise your middle finger to Spencer, run wildly from the room when a bachelorette belts out an operetta, and punch your couch when David Archuleta screws up the words. It's your duty...to yourself!

Now, let's get to You Susie! Eighteen and in high school brings back memories of that oh-so-important (according to our peers and parents) Prom night. Which brings up more recent - and similar - experiences with New Year's Eve and Valentine's Day. Do these "life events" or special days live up to the hype? Discuss amongst yourselves...

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Susie
Mar 27, 2008

You're telling me you don't see Johnny T's good looks? Boy, I wouldn't say no to him even if he was wearing his Hairspray costume!

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em
Mar 27, 2008

I think my b.f. caught me mumbling something under my breath at my computer screen (I don't have cable, so I have to watch TH a day later - TORTURE). I think I was saying something like "Close your fucking mouth and shave off the pubic hair on your chin, Spencer!" Or something along those lines.

Shit, I love TH too!

P.S. - If you switch to PBS right after watching it, you feel a little cleaner. Honest. Give it a try.

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Gwen
Mar 27, 2008

After America's Next Top Model, Real World/Road Rules Challenges & Rock of Love, The Hills is probably my biggest guilty pleasure show. I loathe Spencer with a hatred that almost frightens me. But then I remember that it's Spencer Pratt, for crying out loud, EVERYONE hates him. Thanks for making me feel better about myself.

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Someone Being Me
Mar 27, 2008

Ugh. I hate Spencer. I just want to slap his smug little face. I too loved Beavis and Butthead. We used to watch it as a family. How sad is that? And even Ren and Stimpy. Now I watch Southpark with my husband. I wonder about my sanity sometimes.

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superblondgirl
Mar 27, 2008

Ditto to Jonniker. John Travolta is too much. With the hair and the weird chin and the Scientology? Just...no. No, no, no. Do you have another sister we could get advice from?

Okay, that's bitchy, but Travolta? Sweetheart, I've seen your picture on your sister's blog. Aspire to Jake Gyllenhall (I totally spelled that wrong, BTW, but am too lazy to google the correct spelling). Either way, gay or not, that, my dear, is hotness.

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Diggs
Mar 27, 2008

My favorite moment has got to be Lauren comforting a heart-broken Audrina by reminding her that "homeboy wore combat boots to the beach". As much as I mock the show, I'm sorry to say that that line has slipped into a regular conversation once or twice.

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Elizabeth
Mar 27, 2008

This is too amazing to not share with you: There is a website, heavy.com, that has clips of The Hills episodes - wait for it - reenacted by the elderly.
In all honesty, I haven't watched the show itself, but I feel like I know EVERYTHING ABOUT THEM, as they are the most amazing self-promoters I have ever seen. Really, they give Tom Cruise a run for his money.

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Michelle
Mar 27, 2008

Does anyone else think Spence Pratt looks like a grown-up Cabbage Patch doll?

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Nancy
Mar 27, 2008

I managed to resist the Hills for the first year or so, blinking innocently whenever the name "Lauren" or "Brody" got bantered about. But then I started clicking to watch those clips on Gawker and flipping through Us Magazine, wondering "How does that Heidi not topple over under the weight of those horrendous fake boobs?" and "Hmm, I rather covet that red lipstick Lauren is sporting." Soon, it devolved into watching entire episodes online, cackling in horror at the incredible forced "dialogue" between Spencer (hate. loathe.) and Heidi. And then to read that "Heidi as feminist hero" blather piece in the Times? Well, I almost found myself writing a rather strongly worded letter to the editor.

Love the idea of Yo Susie. But girlie, JT? Now, I totally get old school Travolta and his magnetic hips of wonder in Saturday Night Fever and Grease, hell, even Pulp Fiction (for a more bloated, yet still alluring JT). But now? Ick.

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Diane
Mar 27, 2008

I am (gulp) a 41 year old woman who not only watches The Hills but also Tivo's it just in case I miss it. It is a sickness but I just can't seem to help myself. My fave parts are when Brody told Lauren that Spencer broke up with him (I laughed until I cried at that one), Lauren with the "I want to forgive you and then forget you" (have totally said that in conversation), the weird colour of Heidi's lips on the season premiere and finally that Lauren would take a desiger dress, hem it up and then wear it to a bar (spilled drinks, cigarette burns - what was she thinking - my 41 year old brain did near explode at that one). Speidi makes me want to vomit but they are amusing. I completely agree with you re Spencer's facial hair and your line about 'blonde bum fluff goatee' is one of the funniest things EVER.

Perhaps Susie could write in her first column of Yo Susie why Audrina's teeth are so crazy white. Enquiring minds want to know!

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Maryann
Mar 27, 2008

First of all kudos to Michelle - I couldn't figure out what it was about Spencer's looks that bugged the crap out of me - and that's it! He looks like grown-up Cabbage Patch Doll! Eureka!

I can honestly say that I have never seen an episode of "The Hills." That being said, please don't think that I'm some sort of TV snob. In fact, I recall a wintery weekend c. 1995 that I was snowed in on a business trip to Pittsburgh. But lo and behold, there was a 24 hour Beavis and Butthead Moron-o-thon on MTv. I watched the entire thing. I would say that between the numerous gin and tonics and the constant barrage of "This is going to be cool," I walked away from the trip lacking about 50 IQ points that used to be in my possession.

But I loved them! I refuse to own DVDs because I'm not a huge fan of watching movies more than a few times, but I own the entire collection of B&B.

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Ali
Mar 27, 2008

john travolta? seriously?
i guess i'm not one too talk...i find the jackass dudes curiously sexy...

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Nathan
Mar 27, 2008

My new favorite "character" on the show is Heidi's dad. I think he might be the most miserable person on television.

Also I loved Beavis & Butthead.

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FunnyGal KAT
Mar 27, 2008

I don't watch The Hills because it is just too, too stupid. But I'm not judging because I've been known to watch such culturally-enriching programs as "The Real Housewives of Orange County" and "Little People, Big World." The Pretend Husband will walk into the room, see what I'm watching, sigh as though he's given up on me and then walk out again. But perhaps we can all agree to use the excuse that it's a nice break from our stressful lives... it's an outlet, yeah, that's it.

Oh, and Yo Susie! Could you please explain the fashions of today's youth? As someone who has very recently come to realize she's actually an adult (at 31!), I'm having a hard time understanding how the mothers let their daughters out of the house dressed like that. My mom would have killed me! But I do wonder if I would have had more boyfriends in high school if I had done a little more- ahem- advertising. So, does it work?

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Lissa
Mar 27, 2008

I watch the hills and I'm so embarrassed by it! I end up talking to the tv because I think they are morons. AND YET I CAN'T STOP WATCHING.

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maya
Mar 27, 2008

I tries watching the hills once and couldnt bring myself to get to 5minutes. It was horrid. Just plain awful. I guess I would enjoy it if I were 15 again.
BTW- I used to loves beavis and butthead back in 1993...but I tried watChing it again a few months ago- and couldnt!

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Amy
Mar 27, 2008

Years ago I lived in San Diego. And I arrived to the immediately dismal realization that everyone was 19 and I was, well, not. And I had to spend inordinate amounts of time with them, said 19 year olds, because my boyfriend at the time was a pedophile.
And there was this one girl who I thought (please take note of conspicuous foreshadowing) who was the most normal of them all. Until one day she came in to announce that she had been DISCOVERED by some producers who wanted to CAST her for reality television. And. AND! AND! AND! Were in talks with her about paying for her ("vital") nose-o-plasty and mammalian upgrades, should she sign on. And so I asked (oh! the ignorance! it pains me!) what the show was about, she says, "well, like, it's just about, like, living in California and I don't know, my life and like the guys I date and the things I like and stuff".

And I thought (I ACTUALLY THOUGHT) who the fuck would ever produce something like that? Oh how I have lived to rue the day. I have never watched The Hills. Because I actually live in a cardboard box and it doesn't include cable. But I wonder, to this day, if it's the show she was yammering on about, and if she ever made it past the plastic surgeon's office.

John Travolta? EVEN LESS SEXY than S. Pencer Prat.

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Amy
Mar 27, 2008

Years ago I lived in San Diego. And I arrived to the immediately dismal realization that everyone was 19 and I was, well, not. And I had to spend inordinate amounts of time with them, said 19 year olds, because my boyfriend at the time was a pedophile.
And there was this one girl who I thought (please take note of conspicuous foreshadowing) who was the most normal of them all. Until one day she came in to announce that she had been DISCOVERED by some producers who wanted to CAST her for reality television. And. AND! AND! AND! Were in talks with her about paying for her ("vital") nose-o-plasty and mammalian upgrades, should she sign on. And so I asked (oh! the ignorance! it pains me!) what the show was about, she says, "well, like, it's just about, like, living in California and I don't know, my life and like the guys I date and the things I like and stuff".

And I thought (I ACTUALLY THOUGHT) who the fuck would ever produce something like that? Oh how I have lived to rue the day. I have never watched The Hills. Because I actually live in a cardboard box and it doesn't include cable. But I wonder, to this day, if it's the show she was yammering on about, and if she ever made it past the plastic surgeon's office.

John Travolta? EVEN LESS SEXY than S. Pencer Prat.

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elise
Mar 27, 2008

Sigh. I too watch The Hills. I have no excuse.

However! Yo Susie sounds fun!

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lesli
Mar 27, 2008

I can't watch The Hills; ANTM and American Idol are enough for me. However, I think Yo Susie! sounds fabulous. Let's hear it, Susie!

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Susie
Mar 27, 2008

Surely the scene in Grease when Danny Zuko turns around with a cigarette in his mouth will allow you to forgive JT of those extra pounds, his concerning relationship with Tom Cruise, and Look Who's Talking 2???

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Gretchen
Mar 27, 2008

I don't know, I used to watch John Travolta back when he was Vinnie Barbarino on TV. He needs absolution for that as well. Everyone at school thought he was gorgeous, and I thought he looked and sounded like every other East Coast Italian moron in the Greater New York area.

Yo Susie! is an awesome idea.

I never liked Beavis and Butthead; the voices are too annoying to bear -- but I am absolutely rabid for Family Guy. I think I'm completely outside the demographic for that one, too.

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Captain
Mar 27, 2008

(I'm new, so this probably isn't relevant?) Your relationship with Susie (your enthusiasm) reminds me of my sister. So now I am heartwarmed and dedicated. Naturally, as a result, I think Yo Susie! is a great idea.

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kat
Mar 27, 2008

omg. you watch the hills too?!!!! i love LOVE the hills. my former boss - who is male, straight, married and close to 40 - also loves it and we email each other after each new episode about all the gossipy details. "heidi looks too fake now and spencer - i wanted to slap him!" was the last email exchange.

i seriously laugh at the idea of yo! spencer. but i love the idea of yo! susie.

i'm all over it.

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Kari
Mar 27, 2008

What's creepy is I can hear Spencer's raspy little voice in my head while reading the column. Ick.

I find myself drawn to The Hills because it makes living in Hollywood look so glamorous...and I grew up there, so I know that's not real, except it is kinda, and because I got out of the entertainment biz (have to spell it "biz") several years ago, The Hills makes me long for that lifestyle, just a little.

And then remember how much the reality of it sucked.

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Stephanie
Mar 27, 2008

I don't watch The Hills, but I am absolutely in love with Heidi and Spencer. Their stages paparazzi photos, the awful music videos they put out, the in the works Heidi and Spencer video game. It's all so hilariously brilliant.

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Sheila
Mar 27, 2008

Yo, Susie-

If you could vote for U.S. President, who would get your vote and why?

Also, why is it still snowing where I live?

Thanks,
Sheila

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B2G
Mar 27, 2008

I watch Speidi every week and never cease to be entertained. It's rather sad.

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J
Mar 27, 2008

I say YES!!! for a monthly guest blogging from Susie. Obviously, I don't know her at all, but I suspect from your photos and posts that she is a blast.

I hope it's the first Tuesday of every month so that I can have an excuse to mark "Super Tuesday" on my calendar, as in "Super Susie Tuesday". Because "Super Tuesday" is as curious to me as it is to you, and I was born here no less. Now it might actually have meaning.

Also, I hope she serves up the bershon with relish. There's just not enough bershon in the world.

(crossing fingers for monthly Susie installments)

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Marisa
Mar 27, 2008

Gahhh I watch The Hills and then hate myself for it in the morning! And then decide each week that I'm not! watching! again! And then I do, again, of course. I hate Spencer Pratt with more energy than I really should put into a show about fake people and I think that with that blond facial hair he looks like an albino yeti. And I can't wait for next week's episode. Sigh.

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angela
Mar 27, 2008

We should start a support group for people who watch the Hills but don't want to watch the Hills. I just can't stop!!!! I hate Spencer and I don't understand why Heidi's lips were GIGANTIC this last episode. Seriously, I am not sure how she spoke with those lips.

I think yo! susie is a great idea!!!

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rosalicious
Mar 27, 2008

I was expecting the correlation to be made between Butt-Head and Spencer Pratt somewhere in this post because oh my god, don't they look alike?!

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jennysays
Mar 27, 2008

you'd think RADAR mag would be better than that.

Dear Susie, why is RADAR magazine selling out?

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jennysays
Mar 27, 2008

you'd think RADAR mag would be better than that.

Dear Susie, why is RADAR magazine selling out?

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Diane
Mar 27, 2008

Susie, I do have to agree with you. Perhaps because I am old - but JT as Danny Zuko when he turns around with the cigarette is tres tres sexy and probably the sexiest that he has ever been. He was also kind of sexy (everyone swallow the throw up in your mouths here) in the movie Face Off with Nicolas Cage as the mean dude. Somehow JT being mean was kind of hot.

I know - I am pathetic but he will always be Danny Zuko/Vinnie Barbarino to me.

Sigh - I am so old!

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jill
Mar 27, 2008

so i'm not the only one who sees the crazy resemblance between spencer and beavis! same hair, same forehead, same demon eyes. it's rather creepy. think about it, have you ever seen the two of them in the same room at the same time?

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DM
Mar 27, 2008

Was wondering who Go Fug Yourself was referring to when they mentioned Speidi. Now I know. And am kind of sad about it. Will not be adding the Hills to my list of reality TV, love ANTM & AI, Survivor & secretly watch Big Brother but don't talk about it. Oops.

And John Travolta is seriously hot. Susie, you have great taste. If only he would crush Tom Cruise like the little bug he is.

Yo, Susie is a wonderful idea.

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slynnro
Mar 27, 2008

You need to add your Best! Things! Ever! tag to this because Best Things Ever!

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Super-S
Mar 27, 2008

I have never seen The Hills (I have NO idea how I've managed that - I LIVE for trash television), and I would love a monthly (or more?) Yo Susie! column. Who better to take advice from than a girl named Su(sie)?

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anna
Mar 28, 2008

a complete aside but is Seans last name really slinsky? What great allieration!!

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Carrie
Mar 28, 2008

I don't watch The Hills because I just... can't do it. And I'll watch anything on TV. Seriously. Anything. But I won't watch that. (Do I sound like Meatloaf? Does anyone even know Meatloaf anymore?)

As for JT, I think that Danny Zuko-era JT was definitely sexy. Could I have resisted Vincent Vega? Nope. Even with the greasy, stringy hair. But he's gone around the bend into creepyville and I don't think he's ever coming back.

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J
Mar 28, 2008

JT, Danny Zuko era JT looks an awful lot like my brother, so that's what I see when I look at his mug on my TV screen. But when my brother has pulled an all-nighter at the clubs and bars with his friends, the next morning he looks more like Terl, Battlefield Earth era JT. This does go away after some bed rest and electrolytes, thankfully.

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fanny
Mar 28, 2008

The Hills, it is my crack. There's something so deliciously yummy about it, even though I know, I KNOW I am letting pure poison into my brain. Someone sold their soul to get this show to be this addictive. It even extends so that when I get an Us magazine with some terribly contrived story about the Hills, I get a special little happy in my heart. I'm beyond shame about it. I am powerless to its seductive power.

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Camels & Chocolate
Mar 28, 2008

I think Yo Susie! is an excellent idea. For ages, people have been commenting that Susie should start her own blog. This could be like a trial run with no commitments.

Also, when I see you, remind me to tell you about going out with Audrina and Brody (and Frankie! Remember him? The elusive Frankie they always mention but rarely grant air time?) last fall.

I concur, though: Spencer Pratt sucks at life.

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gina SC
Mar 31, 2008

............first the bachelor now the hills? i am talking about ME , not you. lol

favorite line of the Hills is "Homeboy wore combat boots to the beach" .. Lauren and Audrina talking about Justin Bobby at Brody's party.

i am lame.