Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Too Stoopid

Ever since the LA Derby Dolls were featured on an episode of Rock of Love II, I've become obsessed with the franchise. This year I've been avidly watching Rock of Love Bus, or as I also like to call it, SKANKARAMA.

Unlike seasons past, the finale was boring. BORRR-RRRING!!! It got that way as soon as Bret Michaels kicked off one of the drunkest "contestants", Ashley. Here she is in full force:

People who eat basil are LAAME!



are the two best Ashley quotes of the bunch, but she's just an obnoxious ball-buster throughout her stint on the show. My other fave quote: I didn't know they made bikinis in size Fat Fuck!

Pure genius.

She's going to be on Charm School 3. Guess who has two thumbs and will be watching that train wreck?! THIS GUY!!!


Cagey said...

I liked Brooke. I think that was her name. But I came in partway through the season, 'cause I don't have cable.

Taya and Mindy=borrrriiiing.

RedDiabla said...

Brooke? Which one was she? I am incapable of remembering her.

Yeah, Taya + Mindy = SNOOZEFEST!

Cagey said...

She was in the final 5, I think? Brunette, bit of a big girl, she was the one who lost points for asking Bret to sign a couple teddy bears. Moody and pissy. Uh. That ONE who was moody and pissy.

I liked when some girl had a sobbing fit on a speedbump.

RedDiabla said...

The teddybear-signing girl was Beverly. I loved how she spent most of her time on the show rolling her eyes.

And Kelsey the Speedbump Girl will always have a (very small) place in my heart for her silliness.

Cagey said...

Beverly! Well, I got the B right.

If only our lot had a speedbump for recreations of that scene.

RedDiabla said...

We could use one of the port-a-potties.

Cagey said...

Ok...so now I'm watching "Daisy of Love." I don't even get cable, but my BFF TiVos it. Yesterday we caught up on three episodes. Next week we start working on "Charm School."

We were big fans of the old Fox reality shows like "Temptation Island." And when we lived together, we both worked close enough to home that we could return for lunch, and every day we watched "Maury." NOT THE FATHER!