“Was nothing real?”
“You were real. That’s what made you so good to watch.”
Ever marvel at how far reality television has come since Peter Weir’s groundbreaking 1998 film, The Truman Show?
“Strike that. Reverse it.”
Ever dry heave at how low reality television has sunk since the promising days of a little MTV experiment called The Real World? Before reality stars knew they were stars, the whole concept felt as groundbreaking as The Truman Show. The tragic beauty of Truman’s world is that he was unaware of the cameras that fed his celebrity. Today’s reality stars, on the other hand, aren’t only aware of the cameras…they’d dry-hump the lens if they thought it would give birth to a new lease on celebrity life. A life that’s now fueled by 140-character tweets that attempt to extend their 15-minutes of shame.
Case in point: If a…
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