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The Real Housewives of the Bible

By Steven Lloyd Wilson | Industry | July 13, 2011 |

By Steven Lloyd Wilson | Industry | July 13, 2011 |

Some television show ideas just sound like “South Park” gags or articles from The Onion. This goes so far around terrible that it doesn’t wrap back around to entertaining, it actually loops terrible so many times that it strangles the very notion of quality within a vice of ever tightening tentacles. Ty Adams, who is CEO of the Heaven Network and the worst threat to America since bin Laden went snorkling, had this to announce about his network’s new show “The Real Housewives of the Bible”:

Because of the popularity of the reality shows we’ve seen of the other Real Housewives, I saw women that weren’t able to stabilize their own relationships, and we get to see this aired on screen and yet we don’t see any solutions as to the problems they’re facing. I want people to understand how it feels again to fall in love. I wanted to showcase women who are having issues in relationships just like you see on these reality shows because this is real life. We’re not afraid to face those tough issues and so we wanted to not necessarily pick the perfect person who had everything, we wanted to find the hard issues and see how people work this out where you can really grasp the essence of what love and true love in relationships is.

I have only two shining lights of good news here. First, I can’t find any actual website or information about this so-called “Heaven Network” so I’m cautiously optimistic that somebody is just sending fake PR releases out. That sounds like fun actually, I’ve got an endless capacity for fake email addresses and bad ideas, so maybe I’ll see if I can make the front page of THR. I’ll keep you posted.

Second, I smell a TK real time review.

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