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This show might just be the worst thing to ever air on television in the history of television. There is not one positive quality Toddlers & Tiaras possesses albeit it can be entertaining at times. The sheer stupidity of the parents and kids is something worth seeing. Watch one episode, just to have a couple laughs (or be frustrated and disgusted at the parents, though that's not going to fix anything), but that's about all you need to get the gist of how bad it is.
All in all, Toddlers & Tiaras should not exist, but is still funny to watch when there is nothing on television and you are extremely desperate for entertainment.
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