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Bad Girls Club: Put A Fork In It . . She's Done


Well the Bad Girls finale aired last night. Ho hum. Ho hum. I have been following this season and will now comment on it now that she has been laid to rest. The girls found themselves back at the mansion after their whirlwind va-cay in Cancun, a trip that sent two roomies, Boston and Ailea (aka, "the follower") packing early. And for the most part, the girls seemed to get along despite the battle lines that have been drawn between the "Ambers" and the "Fab Four/Five" all season. And well, that about sums up the season . . kinda boring. Hell, I'm fighting to stay awake even writing this recap.

I guess my question is, "Where the hell did all the bad girls go?!" This is the Bad Girls Club, right? So could somebody please tell me how Amber B., Amber M., not sure which one she is . . the one with the fried out hair and tanorexic skin, got on this show in the first place? Indeed, this season has been very tame, (or rather, as the Rock of Love girls like to say . . Lame!). What happened to the good ol' days of Ripsi "I get kicked out within the first two episodes because I was constantly wasted and attacked my roomate" Ripsi? Or how about "I like to pee on couches and do strange things to my roomate's juice" Jennavecia?

To sum it up, I guess what I'm saying is, this season can just Pop Off!

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  1. Anonymous3/31/2009

    Ha ha! Pop off! That is hilarious. Where are those pots and pans?

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