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Series cast summary:
 Herself (1 episode, 2004)
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 Himself (1 episode, 2004)
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 Himself (1 episode, 2005)
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When 'Drew Barrymore' found out that a 23-year-old girl wanted to have cosmetic surgery to look like her and was to appear on the show, she contacted the girl directly and successfully convinced her to not have the surgery. See more »


Referenced in Patton Oswalt: No Reason to Complain (2004) See more »

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These People Take Obsession To New Lengths
23 February 2005 | by (South Boston, Massachusetts) – See all my reviews

This is the most pathetic shows I've ever seen.

MTV documents the lives of those who want to look like their celebrity idol. Whether it's to enhance their image (to become "cute") or if they just have an extremely unhealthy obsession with that celebrity.

The people are so pitiful. It's so sad and pitiful to see that they'll take those lengths and risks of getting plastic surgery to look like their favorite celebrity! And when they're new look is revealed they don't even look like that celebrity!

These twin brothers both got surgery to look like Brad Pitt or Tom Cruise (one of those guys) to get more girlfriends and to enhance in their modeling career (I'm not sure about that because I can't remember the episode too good but that's probably the case too.) Well they looked NOTHING like Brad Pitt or Tom Cruise but deformed and like transvestites. Then it showed them back at their house with some girls and they were like "oh my gosh! They look AMAZING!" (words can't describe how stupid that comment was.)

These nutballs that get the surgery to look like the celebrities should be locked up for life! It's nuts that they'll spend the cash and time to do that! The episode has (if I remember right) one person who is about to get surgery, one who has gotten surgery but didn't like the results and/or had medical problems afterwards, and I believe it also had another person who was going to go under the knife to look like their famous idol.

Not for the faint of heart because it shows parts of the surgery.

The actress Kate Winslet hates this show (because in particular, one girl went and got surgery to look like her too; she didn't look like Kate either!) I hate it shows how pathetic, ignorant, and stupid some people are in our society that they'll go to those extreme lengths.

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