Did you watch the premiere of Celebrity Mole: Yucatan last night? Of course you didn't. Beyond budding bachelors and bachelorettes vying for a shot at public humiliation and Monday night gridiron action, you know ABC doesn't get "reality television."
And after Disney's
The Mole concept is simple. Contestants have to figure out which player is trying to sabotage a company from the inside. Yes, the joke is obvious. How many of you declared Disney CEO Michael Eisner the Mole just now? Ha, ha. But the show's flawed premise worked far better in its first season when the contestants were ordinary citizens.
Reality television with celebrities is like Eddie Van Halen playing air guitar. What's the point? While the next installment of Viacom's
I know what you're thinking: General Electric
So, what are you watching in 2004? Are you still glued to reality television or is it too scripted for your personal tastes? Any good shows worth checking out? All this and more -- in the Television Banter discussion board. Only on Fool.com.