Review: The Two Coreys
It’s hard to tell sometimes how much a reality show is setup and how much is people actually being real.Ã‚Â I know that the two Corey’s aren’t all that great of actors so it’s particularly hard to tell when they are acting and when it’s real.Ã‚Â Or, maybe they are never real.Ã‚Â I have to wonder that about actors sometimes.
Anyway, about the show.Ã‚Â I was intrigued at first and when I watched the first episode I thought that it might be ok, at least for a lazy Sunday when I have nothing else better to do.Ã‚Â I was a little embarrassed that they decided to do the opposites thing where one is clean and the other is messy thing.Ã‚Â I mean, did they really have to take the easy way out like that?
I also can’t ignore the fact that it’s been a really long time and for one it’s been a whole lot of drugs.Ã‚Â I had my biggest crush on Haim when he was in Lucas and he really doesn’t resemble the cute nerdy kid from back then although I’m pretty sure he was never that.
The problem for those of us who had Corey fever all those years ago, we loved their characters…not them as people.Ã‚Â I have a feeling if we knew them for who they really were back then we may not have had the same infatuation.Ã‚Â That is how these reality shows about washed up actors doesn’t tend to work, we never really wanted to know the real people to begin with.
I really did want to like the show and I even setup my DVR to record all the shows but I ended up canceling theÃ‚Â recording soon after.Ã‚Â Oh well, I try not to watch reality shows anyway.
Rating: — Don’t bother :dunno: