Reality television is a circus of immorality in which naturally skilled idiots are conducted by clever producers.
Pump Rules’s sometimes grimy studio-apartment aesthetic worked on a network defined by luxury because its stars were fueled by an intense, American desperation to ‘make it’ in Hollywood.
When “Vanderpump Rules” picks back up on Tuesday, the gang will still be reeling from backlash over Jax and Brittany’s Kentucky pastor.
‘Vanderpump Rules’ is back, providing hope that in the dead of winter, Tuesday nights will still be aglow with the warmth of reality television’s greatest treasure
From ‘Dance Moms’ to ‘Here Comes Honey Boo Boo’ to ‘Duck Dynasty’ and ‘Chrisley Knows Best,’ the 2010s were an embarrassment of riches for viewers who can’t help but be amused by trashy TV.
‘It’s not about the pasta’ was reality television’s greatest gift in 2018: petty, nonsensical, booze-fueled inanity— but with a kernel of relatability.
Without a consistent income and living in the shadow of the Hollywood sign, it’s no surprise the cast of ‘Vanderpump Rules’ also makes some terrible financial decisions.
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