Well. This show is certainly a hot mess, isn’t it? Click through to hear what I think and then head down to the comments section with your thoughts!
As you likely know, I’ve been a big fan of Sweet Home Alabama all along. I’ve blogged about the show and have interviewed cast members, and have always said that I like it better than another famous reality TV dating show that shall remain unnamed. And when the cast was announced for the spinoff show Southern Nights, I was intrigued – but hesitant, since I knew the show was styled after Jersey Shore. That’s not exactly my thing.
And, yeah, neither is this really. It’s a lot of drinking and drama and actual physical fighting, which is sort of a lifestyle I avoid. But hey, I guess I can still watch the train wreck on TV from the comfort of my home. I mean, you’re talking to a girl who’s watched two seasons of Bachelor Pad.
I like all the girls who’ve been cast on the show. It’s interesting to see their personalities come out more than we necessarily saw on Sweet Home Alabama, and they all seem like pretty nice girls. It’s the guys that aren’t really doing it for me so far.
Cody is in a relationship with Tristan – things didn’t work out between her and Tribble due to distance and, well, the fact that people who meet on reality shows don’t know each other that well, and now she’s dating Cody who she knew before the show. I like Tristan because she seems like she’s got a good head on her shoulders and she’s continuing to go to nursing school while she does the show.
Collin says he still has feelings for Devin (who is kinda-sorta dating a cute hipster named Kyle), but that hasn’t stopped him from bringing skanky Savannah girls back to the house. One girl puked on the couch twice and then stumbled into a cab with mascara smeared all over her face. Classy! I bet her mom is super proud. And then Collin invited her back the next day! Um, really dude? How is that helping you win over Devin? These people are young, drunk and stupid. That should be the title of the show!
I wasn’t really fans of Flex or Jersey when they were on SHA, and I’m trying to keep an open mind about them on this show but, come on. They’re not my kind of guys.
Landon is who I really have a problem with though, and it seems that pretty much everyone in the house isn’t a big fan of his. Let’s recap the atrocities of Landon thus far:
OK, all that said there are some funny moments on this show that make it worth watching – mostly thanks to the girls, and their reactions as they watch the guys make fools of themselves. This is a guilty pleasure show for sure, but I’ll keep watching. What do y’all think?
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