Sunday, September 15, 2013

The Wizard

10:57 PM

I finally got to watch both of the reunion shows for R&B Divas L.A.  And the biggest thing I got out of it was the producers aka "the wizard" had their hands all up in and around the cast.  The openly acknowledged that the cast members were told they got along too well and they needed to step up the foolishness or the show would get canned.

And then it seemed as though they had about 50-11 conversations with Kelly Price.  And while I still believe that Kelly looks as though the crazy is strong in her, I think she thought she was doing what she had to for the show.

That all being said, it was painfully obvious that the wizard set up drama.  Both Kelly and Chante were told that the other party refused to shoot with them, and it seems as though no one really said that.  By dropping lies here and there, they were able to change the outcome of the show.

When I was little, I had a "friend" that did something similar.  She told a bunch of us that another person said something bad about them.  I can only guess as to why, but she succeeded in breaking up a few friendships until we figured it out.

It got me to thinking.  The Wizard isn't limited to reality tv, or juvenile friendships.  The Wizard is real and is feeding us bull muckey on the regular.  Best way to deal with it?  Realize that behind the facade is a little person with no power at all.  Then you stab them in the face remove them from your life.

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  1. disappointing. I really hate the way television is headed. It's so hard to find something to watch that's of good quality..


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