Welcome to B.@.D Live Reloaded - Season 2: In Search Of Sunrise.
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Yes, B.@.D Live Reloaded - Season 2: In Search Of Sunrise is real. I hope everyone enjoys the new layout. I know Dylf in particular is pretty pleased with the great shot of my ass on the banner... so expect him to top it somehow.
I'm a bit shite at starting articles. Also at naming them. Always have been. Always will be. Especially introductory articles to a season or something like this.
I'm doing quite well, and enjoyed the writing break. Hope everyone else did as well, I've managed to curb my unconscious online gambling habit, I guess, because no other charges I was unaware of have showed up. I spent a week in Banff one night with some people, and as a result I'm pretty sure that we may never see The Prince again.
Second seasons are always a little bit hit-and-miss.
For Lost's second season, we we're introduced to the passengers from the tail section of the plane, as well as to The Others. And to a mysterious hatch that had to have a sequence of numbers pressed on a computer every 108 minutes or... well, I'm not exactly sure. Something with magnets. Hit.
For Entourage's second season, Drama bashed in a dude's windshield with his golf clubs after blowing an audition, Ari got fired from his agency, and Vince became obsessed with Mandy Moore and nearly ruined his career. Miss.
For The Sopranos' second season, Tony had to forgive his uncle for trying to have him killed, and then he killed his best friend Big Pussy because Puss was an FBI informant. Hit.
For The Shield's second season, The Strike Team upped their level of police corruption by ripping off millions of dollars from the Armenian Mob's money train. Hit.
For Californication's second season, Hank unsuccessfully tried to write a book about an aging rocker who died from a coke overdose, and unsuccessfully tried to keep his relationship with his baby-momma alive. Miss.
For Prison Break's second season, the show no longer became about breaking out of prison, but somehow managed to keep it's momentum with the fugitives on the run. Hit.
For 24's second season, a nuclear bomb went off, and Jack survived the blast despite only being a couple miles away. Hit.
For Sex And The City's second season, we learned that you can dress an aging woman up in fancy clothes, but it sure doesn't hide the fact that she's aging. Miss.
For Joey's second season... well, you know. HIT.
This season, we've got 2 new additions by the name of P(BJ) and Bailout, plus all your favorites. Mizzle, Ozi-Style, and B-Rush I've been with since the old site. Dylf, Jaderberri and The Prince joined the site last season. This brings us to 9 writers.
I've also seen some comment-board suggestions regarding something that I recap this season, after I did The Bachelorette last season. People have been voting on reality shows, showing particular support for Bachelor Pad and Jersey Shore.
Rather than respond to those suggestions, let me remind you of a quote I had for the LAST reality show that I recapped. This encompasses my thoughts on that show pretty well:
I am B.@.D, and I will be your guide through the abysmal black hole that promises to drag all of us under, to a lower level of polluted soul. Where the only thing whiter than the noise is the contestants, except for Roberto, who is the whitest latin guy I have ever seen. If you like to be bored and annoyed into a kind of submission that can only be alleviated by hitting any sequence of numbers on the remote control as fast as you can, this show is for you.
Does that sound like something that I'm eager to do again? So yeah... I'm not doing another reality show. Not now. For one, I think I may have done the most ridiculous one that there is, at least the most ridiculous one that I've ever heard of - so anything else I do will be tamer by comparison. Also, I came up with another idea.
This season I will be doing a series called "Celebegacy", where I will profile the legacy of a celebrity. Probably doesn't sound too exciting, but come back a week today when the first one is up, and reserve judgement until then. I'll also be doing a couple other regularly recurring segments. Stay tuned.
I value honest feedback, as always. I think I can make some entertaining stuff out of this idea. I hope everyone enjoys.
I am so ready to fall in love in Season 2.
I'll be in my trailer.