The gang have a Surreal Seance with Psychic Cheri Mancuso. Then they put on a Surreal play for children with funny and disastrous results. Trishelle has a bit much to drink and confesses her love to ...
The gang work at a local diner for charity with none-other than the late great Gary Coleman as their manager! Surprise cameo by Todd Bridges as a customer. Then the gang makes and give away brownies ...
A documentary look, mostly through the eyes of Tammy Faye Bakker Messner, at her rise and fall as a popular televangelist with husband Jim Bakker. Traces their rise: her teen marriage to ... See full summary »
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Made in mid to late December 2014, this 85 minute documentary takes a critical look at the allegations against veteran comedian Bill Cosby by more than two dozen women. The number of Cosby ... See full synopsis »
The Surreal Life is a show about celebrity has-beens, ones who were hot back in the day when they were on the A-List. This is what happens when they've fallen off that list long ago and are no longer in the public eye. As they live their day to day lives in a series of misadventures from odd confrontations to bizarre personal issues, they learn to live together as a family. Taking many people from the movie, television, and music industries, this is how they all live together in one Los Angeles mansion. It's how their life has become surreal. Written by
This show is said to have been inspired by a Lipton "Sizzle & Stir" commercial which featured B celebrities all living under one house, that included Sally Jessy Raphael, George Hamilton, and Little Richard. Sally Jesse Raphael is also host of Dirty Laundry, which airs on every season of the show in the house. See more »
Mean, spiteful, cruel and hateful, Omarosa's slurs to Janice Dickinson on "The Surreal Life" was unwarranted, uncalled for, and without merit. With her fifteen minutes of fame long spent, Omarosa and all of her hyphens need to slither back to Capital Hill. Let "The Entertainment Industry" leave the overwrought, overacting to the professionals, or at least Tom Cruise or Shannon Doherty, they are well trained for that type of work. Viewers are not entertained seeing Omarosa call someone a "Crack Whore". We are not entertained with Omarosa using pejoratives that refer to someone as a "Bad Mother," and it is simply heart breaking when Omarosa is given TV air time to tell Janice Dickinson that "your children must hate you". There is no world that I know of where that statement will entertain. Omarosa is not entertaining as a villain; she is not entertaining as an apprentice, Omarosa quite simply is not entertaining. To Janice Dickinson, may I say...I apologize for watching "The Surreal Life", for listening to those things that Omarosa said to you. I agree with you, that was wrong! I just want you to know, from one Mother to another, when Omarosa said those heartless, cruel, defamatory things to you, I, for one, was not entertained!
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