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Lifeless Corpse is Not America’s Next Top Model

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ANTM

First of all, I apologize for not even blogging about last week’s episode of “America’s Next Top Model.”  Because of some technical difficulties with my CW affiliate, I wasn’t able to watch Isis King get the boot from the show until last Sunday.  I will admit that I wasn’t sad to see Isis go.  Frankly, I need a little more drama from my All-Stars than Isis was willing to give.

Speaking of drama, Camille gave none of it this season, and she was shown the door on last night’s episode.  I grew more attached to the actor playing the lifeless corpse during the models’ audition for a bit part on “CSI.”  That guy was really serving up “dead.”  He’s got a bright future ahead of him!

The future doesn’t look so bright, however, for Kayla or Bre.  Despite strong performances in their own seasons and some decent post-show work, neither contestant seems partcularly invested in the competition.  The problem with any reality show that presents an “All-Star” version is that there is inevitably a contestant who seems to be over the show before the season has started.  On this show, there are two offending contestants.  They have taken spark-losing to a new level on ANTM.  The sooner they vacate the Top Model house, the sooner the remaining models will be able to create some real sparks — and not the kind that come from getting a bad haircut or drinking too much caffeine.  Zzzzz . . .

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October 6, 2011 at 5:59 pm

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