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Flirting with Pride & Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice: The Reality Show

by Joyce Millmanon Pride and Prejudice

ANNOUNCER: You’ve seen The Bachelor. You’ve seen Survivor. You’ve seen Joe Millionaire, but you won’t admit it. Now, from the creators of Sense and Sensibility and Fear Factor, comes a reality show that has as much romance, backstabbing and exhibitionism as those other shows–but with British accents, so you don’t have to be embarrassed about watching it! American Idol’s Ryan Seacrest hosts . . . Pride and Prejudice!

Week One

[A pretty young woman in a Regency-era gown and bonnet strolls in a country garden.]

RYAN SEACREST: [Voiceover] Bachelorette Elizabeth Bennet, age not above one-and-twenty, has a quick mind, a lively manner and a pleasing appearance. But she’s no society heiress, so her marriage prospects are looking dim. Lizzy’s really going to have to work that lively manner if she wants to hook up with somebody rich and hot. Otherwise, her mom will marry her off to the first boring old … read more»

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Jack Bauer for President

Jack (Bauer) and the Beanstalk

by Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Kyle Dabruzzion 24

I think one of the reasons 24 is popular is it’s fun to make fun of. I mean, how many times can we be shocked to learn that the Counter Terrorism Unit is pretty much a hotbed of terrorist agents?

–Dave Barry

Before 9/11, the only person at high levels … read more»

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A Friday Night Lights Companion

The Best Reality Show on Television

by Ariella Papaon Friday Night Lights

When Friday Night Lights hit the scene in 2006, my day job was watching reality television shows and then creating promos for the networks. I am not the biggest reality-TV fan. The shows seemed completely inhuman, and the stars were anything but real. It was all so contrived. But given … read more»

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House Unauthorized

But Can He Teach?

by Susan Engel, Ph.D.on House

While people love the hackneyed aphorism, “Those who can, do; those who can’t, teach,” it would be more accurate to say, “Anyone can teach. Few teach well.” Luckily, in the medical profession those who are unusually good at their work are also the ones who teach.

Though knowing a great deal … read more»

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Nyx in the House of Night

The Dangerous Dead

by John Edgar Browningon the House of Night series

Reading the House of Night series is very much akin to reading Zoey’s favorite book, Dracula (1897), for like Bram Stoker’s novel, one will find also in the House of Night’s pages the subtle mingling of folklore and reality with popular fiction. It will probably come as little surprise to readers … read more»

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