A couple years ago, a group of numb-nuts in the world of reality television all got together in a padded cell and asked themselves,
“So, what kind of train wreck can we put on the air for the weak-minded and unstable followers of this world to start watching, then want to look away from, but can’t?”
“I know! I know!!! let’s make a television show where soon to be brides, who are extremely insecure with their appearance, compete for a chance to win plastic surgery that may or may not make them look better!!!”
And this is where the show Bridalplasty was created!
The show had only one season from what I can find. IMDb says it had two, but I can’t locate the second season anywhere, so I think it’s a misprint.
The show is about twelve or thirteen contestants who are soon-to-be brides. All of them have some kind of flaw that they don’t like about their appearance and would absolutely love to get plastic surgery to fix said flaw.
Within each episode the contestants are given certain bridal “challenges” that they must complete within a certain amount of time. Then each challenge is judged by someone important within the realm of bridal/wedding preparations who thinks more highly of themselves than they ought.
At the end of the season there is ONE overall “winner” who gets to have all their remaining plastic surgeries completed from their list.
The show is very pathetic and made me hurt just watching it…
yes…I watched all ten episodes. Why?
Because it was funny!
That…and I got hooked on watching these crazy women do some horrible things to their faces and bodies. LOL!!!! (<—I think that’s the first time I’ve ever put an “lol” in one of my posts, but it’s worth it!)
OH! Yeah…I almost forgot to mention the contestants in recovery!!!
They didn’t have to compete in the next challenges because they had to be cleared by their doctors before they performed any physical activity, so they sat in the “recovery” room in the house until the doctor cleared them.
It wasn’t uncommon to have two or more contestants in the recovery room at the same time because each “winner” was having something done that required a minimum one-week bed rest.
The entire show was a pathetic masterpiece that revealed the torture that women will subject themselves to for a more attractive appearance.
If you want to watch it, I think it’s still on Netflix streaming; but if you choose to watch it, don’t say I didn’t warn you…The show is a train wreck from beginning to end, and once your eye catches it, you just can’t seem to look away.
Bridalplasty = Pathetic!