The Simple Life: Season 1, Episode 8

The Reunion (14 Jan. 2004)

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Paris and Nicole are reunited with the Leding family in front of a live studio audience in Fort Smith, Arkansas, where they all discuss what happened during the season, with host, Leeza Gibbons.

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Herself - Host
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Herself
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Herself
Albert Leding ...
Himself (as The Leding Family)
Braxton Leding ...
Himself (as The Leding Family)
Cayne Leding ...
Himself (as The Leding Family)
Curly Leding ...
Herself (as The Leding Family)
Janet Leding ...
Herself (as The Leding Family)
Justin Leding ...
Himself (as The Leding Family)
Richard Leding ...
Himself (as The Leding Family)
John Gary ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
David Richards ...
Himself - Narrator (voice)
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Tinkerbell the Dog ...
Herself
Buffalo Leding ...
Himself
Trae Lindley ...
Himself
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Paris and Nicole are reunited with the Leding family in front of a live studio audience in Fort Smith, Arkansas, where they all discuss what happened during the season, with host, Leeza Gibbons.

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What would Marx say about this show? (DVD)
11 April 2011 | by (PariS) – See all my reviews

I didn't watch the show for Hilton or Richie but to have a look of rural America, being fed up with eternal LA! I am surprised that country America gets up very early. Every one works hard here and there isn't much concurrence because one need is answered by one company. There wasn't poverty in the streets also or jobless people but a lot of overweight people instead. In a little town like this, it's true that young has really no place to hang out (movies, shops, ...) and as in King's novels, you can't keep secrets in those community because news moves as fast as a prairie fires. Maybe the Denning farm wasn't very cool but it was big and it was modern. From my personal experience, going to country in France was to live in derelict houses that people spend their life plugging over and over.

In this ethic and working world, you add two brainless, spoiled girls. Personally, i would slap or strangle Richie first because she is always the one who starts the mess. Paris is more caring but sorry, she has no brain! Life isn't about getting dressed, modeling and kissing boys! They ignore anyone or anything because they know that their money would always be there to help them. Thus this show proves that big money = big corruption and that kids from bourgeoisie, wealthy class are brats. They have everything to get the best education, values and morality but rather prefer to have fun and throw away their life. Parish and Nicole are responsible but not guilty because the show should have turn their camera to their parents: what do they think? What they do in their life instead of educating their children?


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