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Fran Drescher Has Some Colorful Things To Say About Reality Television! Oh BTW, Her Cousin's A Real Housewife! Awk-Ward!

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We all know reality isn't the golden child of television, but Fran Drescher is calling it how she sees it — relatives in it or not!

After her cousin Aviva Drescher joined the Real Housewives of New York, Fran was asked her opinion on the subject, and here's what she said:

I would never [do a reality show].

First of all, I don't like them. It appeals to the lowest common denominator. It's not really reality, because they have to have conflict in them to have people sitting there.

I've never flipped a table in my life. I'm scared to admit it, but one of my cousins is one of the new Housewives of New York.

Ouch!!

Does Fran have an issue with reality tv or her cousin???

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7 comments to “Fran Drescher Has Some Colorful Things To Say About Reality Television! Oh BTW, Her Cousin's A Real Housewife! Awk-Ward!”



  1. 1

    Uhhh! I love reality t.v. I know it isn't "real" but I like to watch anyway! I love to watch but wouldn't trade lives with ANY of them. I thank GOD above for my own life, crazy and broke as it is!



  2. 2

    More reason to respect Fran. :-) She works hard for her money.



  3. 3

    Didn't she do a reality show with her gay ex-husband? I could have sworn I saw that on Oprah??



  4. 4

    well good for her but I like some of them. But theres good and bad in all genres. And no I dont really believe them to be real. They are contrived reality.



  5. 5

    "Lowest common denominator" = IQ. And she's right. The reason they are wildly successful is due to the fact that the average IQ for people in the United States is 88.



  6. 6

    THE NANNY IS THE BEST SHOW EVER MADE



  7. 7

    Re: adg100 – Lowest common denominator refers to catering to lowest, basest, most vulgar tastes to reach the largest numbers of people. Not IQ Einstein.