"Battle of the Network Reality Stars" was an underdog/ revenge story of epic proportions. It stared Mirna Hindoyan (the greatest reality star of all time) and contained the most convincing story a reality show has ever had.
In the beginning, Mirna and her dwarf cousin Charla, were placed on the righteous Team Miz. It was lead by The Miz (a man seemingly of the utmost integrity) and his two side kicks Ryan Starr and Richard Hatch. At first, these people acted benevolent to our heroes, but soon their true colors showed. The Miz was in fact evil and had a dastardly scheme in mind which dealt with the destruction of Charla and Mirna forever.
At first elimination, Charla was back-stabbed and sent to loser Team Coral. And, according to Hindoyan, she had never seen Charla's "spirit so broken" than how it was after this betrayal. The next episode, Charla was axed as The Miz marched on. On episode three, lovable goof-ball Jonathan Baker was annihilated by The Miz. But, that evil incarnate man was not done. On episode four, he kicked Mirna to the curb, saying "s*** happens." Luckily for us, Mirna was not done. She banded together with five other rejects including Nikki (of AI fame) and Bradford (of Apprentice fame) and formed Team Underdog to avenge Charla and take down The Miz once and for all. First, they took down friendly rivals Joe Millionaire and Chip McAllister. Then, episode six, it was time for the heart pounding climax: Mirna vs Miz.
After two early Mizanin victories in basketball and golf, Mirna discovered his weakness, puzzles and took him down, winning it all and avenging her cousin.
One day, there has to be a re-match. The Miz was a much better C and M villain than Colin, Rob, or the BQs. Bravo bring it soon!
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