Sunset Tan (2007– )

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A look at the lives and loves of employees and clients of a Los Angeles tanning salon.

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 Herself (19 episodes, 2007-2008)
Nick D'Anna ...
 Himself (19 episodes, 2007-2008)
Janelle Perry ...
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Devin Haman ...
 Himself (19 episodes, 2007-2008)
Jeff Bozz ...
 Himself (19 episodes, 2007-2008)
 Herself (18 episodes, 2007-2008)
Molly Shea ...
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Keely Williams ...
 Herself (13 episodes, 2007-2008)
Ania Migdal ...
 Herself (10 episodes, 2007-2008)


A look at the lives and loves of employees and clients of a Los Angeles tanning salon.

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In Hollywood, you can never be too rich -- or too tan.




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28 May 2007 (USA)  »

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Sunset Tan: Mavrisma pollon asteron  »

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Empty Headed Leather
17 August 2008 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

Hilarious. Simply hilarious.

If anyone stops to look at this program for a few moments, it's easy to tell that this is a show about male entrepreneurs who've found another shallow hole to keeping some folks chasing after that "forever beauty"

  • this time with indoor tanning. It'll be no big surprise that "Sunset

Tan" will be a mere passing-fad, an afterthought in a year or two. But for now, sit back and watch the fun.

Come on. You know this show hasn't any social redeeming value whatsoever. It's entrepreneurial greed for two middle aged men; it's superficial young folks just starting to work and learning a bad things about business along the way and quick beauty for those who chase after that sort of thing. Of course, it HAS to be in Los Angeles/Las Vegas so folks in other states can point and say "I told ya so!". (Turst me, there are decent families and young adults in both places, this is just a very small segment of people.)

What makes this "reality-bit" somewhat entertaining is watching these superficial folks trying to convince an audience of 'running a business' with the 'private lives' of these ultra fake human beings. Not many people who view are that dense. It's simple: There are those who think being a bit darker makes them more beautiful and will pay for the quick fix, just like BOTOX, et al. Bully for them - until the next fad comes along and these folks will move over and jump to that - just like sheep. The folks working their lives are about as interesting as anything else without substance and meaning.

And the managers? They've got to be kidding if they think that running a Sunset Tan store is akin to being Store Manager at...lets say...WalMart. In other words, increasing Sunset Tan's sales are nothing to loose sleep over. It's a niche market, small and select clientèle. That's why the window for sales opportunity is narrow-and its best to get young, empty headed, oblivious pretty young adults to buy into it. WalMart, well...ya know.

What I do enjoy about Sunset Tan: the 'Olly' girls (Molly and Holly). Only reason I watch. Without them - crappy show. You know what Molly and Holly are about. No pretension at all. And yes, I vote they should get their own show.

Everyone should watch if they do get their own show (you know they will!). You'll learn a very valuable lesson: Doesn't matter how much education you have, how much experience you have - let those two dim bulbs step in to your place of employment -- and someone's job security is crap. The employer who'll hire them will always find SOMETHING for them to do. They will always take credit for someone else's work as their own. They are the ones that will ALWAYS get a "new title" or "promotion". Stop wondering why - you'll SEE why on this show.

Try not to take yourselves TOO seriously Sunset Tan...if all we like are the "olly" know what's going to happen next.

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