We are now two episodes into A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila 2
, and right now, with 18 men and women still vying for Tila's heart – or other things in her general chest region – things are a touch…chaotic.
It's like summer camp, if summer camp had a) strippers and their clientele, b) an authority figure who is less than 5 feet tall and extremely encouraging of shenanigans and c) an unlimited supply of alcohol.
At this point, my reactions to this mess are about as chaotic as the show itself, so here are some brief thoughts I had while watching this episode of A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila 2
First of all, George and his continued focus on “game.” For example, he noted that Christian was extremely drunk during Strip Craps and therefore was not “on his game.” Um, what game was that, again? Is there a strategy involved in…tossing dice? If so, please let me know and I will head to Monaco to make my riches.
I appreciated that the lesbians were concerned about cleaning up the boys' mess in the kitchen, but ladies, as a straight woman, please let me fill you in on something about the mens: if you start cleaning up their messes, it will never stop.
Also: message to Tila. While I agree that Christian needed the boot for his drinkiness, might I suggest that Kyle would have been a better choice to go this episode? Two words: crazy eyes. You have crazy eyes under your roof. Sleep lightly.
And is it just me or does the way this show is edited together remind you of Sesame Street sometimes? When Tila's message in a bottle arrived, the words “message in a bottle” were repeated like four-five times in about thirty seconds. As though the lesson of this episode was “message in a bottle” and they wanted to make sure our toddler-level attention spans didn't forget.
There are still way too many people for me left on A Shot at Love with Tila Tequila 2 to even form an opinion as to who looks to be a likely potential romantic partner for Tila, but it would appear that she has good chemistry with Sirbrina and Kristy. The group of men selected for this season appears to contain a high percentage of lunkheads, but I have to say at least Chad is an oddly watchable lunkhead. I think he is there for nothing but to be as offensive as possible on cable television, but I hope that Tila overlooks this for at least a little while and lets him stay on the show for a few more episodes.
- Leslie Seaton, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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