A TV Show That Makes Me Feel Normal

I finally found a TV show that makes me feel normal. And it’s cancelled. Just my luck. I never thought I’d watch a show about people watching TV, but Bravo’s The People’s Couch had me in hysterics. I’d say the same things they do about the situations on different TV shows they’re watching.

Confusing? Yes, but it works (worked). Picture two sisters eating snacks, watching The Biggest Loser and getting all sexy over trainer Dovette Quince. One girl says that she’d gain 40 pounds just to be coached by him. There’s two best friends, a women with her teeny, spoiled dog and her gay guy pal. Think Will and Grace. But, no matter who they were their comments were hilarious.

And the funny thing is that almost every remark they said, I would say. At my home.  I’d think the same way too. Most of the time, I watch TV alone so it’s just me laughing to myself. But with The People’s Couch I had buddies who get me.

Bring Normal

The characters of The People’s Couch are mishmash of people we know – a husband and wife with two sons, three male friends, a couple with a baby. Bravo did have to add some of their reality stars which was OK. I mean you can tell they’re still acting for the camera. There was a few from the Shahs of Sunset and a couple from another show that I never watched.

Unfortunately there were just three The People’s Couch shows. And I have no idea why it was cancelled. But, Brava if you’re listening get it back on ASAP!

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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