Bravo’s Andy Cohen on His Network’s Terrible New Show: ‘It’s Stupid’

SOUNDBITES — “It’s stupid and sexy fun, and the tale of George and Lina is gripping reality.” —Bravo network exec, blogger, and soon-to-be talk show host Andy Cohen on the new series Miami Social. He is partially right: It’s stupid. Not sexy, though, nor fun. Want to know how bad this show is? Read this interview with Miami‘s two gays. (via The Awl)

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10 Comments

  • Cam

    Watching this show is like follwing the guests from the Jerry Springer Show home. They are the people that you look at on the street and the clubs and thing. “Eeewww, what kind of mess is THEIR life at home?”

  • Jack Scribe

    These are the “In” people of Miami? I’d hate to meet the “D” list. Self-indulgent, shallow…it was embarrassing to watch.

  • The Gay

    This is yet another reason not to ever go to Florida!

  • TANK

    Now why can’t people like this ever get bashed? It’s so unfair!

  • Nitesurf

    There are only so many shows filled with obnoxious morons that I can tolerate and Bravo seems to have an abundance of them–I think I’ll pass.

  • Cam

    @TANK:

    LOL!!!!!!!!! Tank, that was a shitty, horrible, nasty, thing to say…..and it was fucking hilarious!

  • hardmannyc

    Running into these people in South Beach (or the Meatpacking District, or on Melrose, or on the Cote d’azure) in real life is bad enough. Why watch them on TV?

  • homofied

    Hey whoa people. Miami, Miami Beach, and Fort Lauderdale are really, really cool places. Each in their own myriad set of ways. If you hate them its because you haven’t done them right. Arts… Architecture… Museums… latin food… people watching…. late night fun… a universe of gay bar/club options… the ocean is everywhere for god’s sake. Yes, there are a lot of douche people, as in any resort setting… which is sort of satisfyingly fun to poke fun at when you get bored and tipsy and just want to sit street side and dish. But the place? PRICELESS. I would live there half the year if I could swing it.

  • hardmannyc

    @homofied: No they’re not. Miami is an island of platonic douchiness — South Beach — surrounded by what Men’s Fitness consistently rates as the fattest city in the U.S. (OK, it alternates with Houston).

    Ft. Lauderdale is a nondescript agglomeration of strip malls and super-ugly developments with a thin strip along the Intercoastal Canal of high-rises where gay retirees complain about the high prices of everything and play canasta.

    Do. Not. Want.

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