Saturday, July 25, 2009

What's The BIG Deal?


Okay, so have you seen advertisements for Fox's new show More to Love hosted by Emme? I would love to know what all of you think about it.

Good idea? Why? Why not?

9 comments:

Fab Kate said...

so what? the idea here is to have plus size women date plus size men?

You KNOW what the mid season twist is going to be, right? They'll bring in a half dozen size two models, and find out whether he still goes for the women he's become attached to.

Fat Daddy said...

I just hate the side show aspect. "Look! fat people trying to dat...how cute...sort of.

The Loser said...

Just found your blog, hope all goes well - you have a great husband, lol, mine never refers to my band

Love
H x

Linda Pressman said...

I'm not a big watcher of reality TV but I'm just wondering - is it normal to publicize the heights and weights of the women competing for the bachelor? Because I just read People and there it was, for the larger women and I thought that was weird. Also, I think that American society is okay with heavy people wanting to transform themselves (like the "Biggest Loser") but the idea of loving yourself as you are, like in this show? I just don't know.

Tricia said...

I will probably watch it, but I kinda agree with Fat Daddy. I hope it's not all episodes of them dating with plates of Oreos in plain view.

Amy said...

Okay...for real...I have been wanting to blog about this for at least a month. I will...it will get me fired up!

carla said...

oooh need to find.
I havent seen the ads.
I usually like Emme.

thanks for the heads up...

Linda O said...

I think it is great....fat people deserve to be loved too!

jigglybutt151 said...

I've seen that advertisement and every single time a flash of rage goes through my body.

Not to say that i think "bigger" people shouldn't have their shot... I just think that the idea of these reality tv shows are just about exploitation. And it makes me really sad. The people who produce "The Bachelor" don't have to choose women who were ex-dallas cowboys cheerleaders... they can pick just "regular" people who are having trouble finding love --- without exploiting the fact that they are just average.

Sorry about my rant. The idea of this show has just been bothering me and I'm glad your brought it up.

p.s. i love your blog. Way to go. Good luck keeping up the good work!