Hot Girls in Scary Places
Set Your DVR Accordingly: â€œHot Girls in Scary Placesâ€ Gets Green lit
If thereâ€™s one commonality among males of all ages, from the youngest stubbed-penis of a fetus to the oldest hooked-to-a-feeding-tube octogenarian, itâ€™s that thereâ€™s nothing better than seeing attractive girls get the shit scared out of them. Realizing this, E! has made one of the best no-brainer decisions in television history: Ordering the new reality series â€œHot Girls in Scary Placesâ€. Hereâ€™s the summary from â€œThe Live Feedâ€:
â€œThe show stars three University of Southern California cheer squad friends challenged to spend the night in a supposedly haunted abandoned hospital for a cash prize of $10,000 (which would pay for maybe half a semester at USC). To get the prize, the trio will have to complete a series of challenges.â€
Obviously, this is the greatest television pitch ever: Itâ€™s â€œThe Simple Lifeâ€ meets â€œGhosthuntersâ€ meets â€œEvery Teenage Boyâ€™s Masturbatorial Fantasyâ€. Thereâ€™s no way this is going to flop. The show premieres as a special next month on, wait for it, Friday the 13th! But should you watch it alone or at a viewing party? Letâ€™s weigh the pros of both.
Watching It In A Group: Youâ€™ll get to build relationships with your friends, have the benefit of listening to their no-doubt witty observations, and not have the massive depression that stems from the shame of drinking alone. Mainly though, you wonâ€™t get scared by the frightening moments on the show, meaning you wonâ€™t feel as stupid as the dumb girls on TV.
Watching In Alone: Youâ€™ll get to masturbate.
About Rick Mosely Rick is the editor for TSB magazine.