Ugh, I am behind the times and lame in so many ways. Here's what I've been watching this week.
Kell on Earth: I hate to say it but this show is getting a little tired for me. Kelly Cutrone is still fairly entertaining, but the failings of the company are getting old and I want them to hire a HR representative. Then maybe they could do background checks to avoid hiring people who get arrested for stealing and to also find some non-crazies to fill the ranks. Seeing their job interviewing process in this week's episode (a glass of wine and a "so you can do lifestyle PR, right?"), I'm not surprised anymore that half of their staff has quit or been fired since this series started. I used to feel bad for Stefanie Skinner and the bags under her eyes for not getting any help, but it's abundantly clear that she is a sadist who has no self worth unless she is crazy overworked. The season ends next week, but never fear, Cutrone fans: you'll be seeing her on The City on MTV in just a few weeks.
16 and Pregnant: You didn't think a week would go by without some pregnant teens, did you? I managed not to cry during last night's episode...until the VERY END when the girl was talking to her mom about how she should have listened to her about not having sex with her boyfriend. Damn you, 16 and Pregnant! Other then the surprising realization that many of the girls don't have that maybe Mom was right trying to keep me from having unprotected sex, I didn't find the episode all that notable; probably the weakest one of the second season for me so far.
Oh, and one of the annoying pretty teams got the well-deserved boot on The Amazing Race, plus there was that whole health care thing that happened this week, which was kind of cool.