Advertisements Holy crap. I accidentally turned on the CW while trying to see if they're re-airing the pilot for "Ringer" and this show H8R was on. Since I was on the channel already, I figured I'd watch a few minutes of it and see what it was about--maybe the celebrities they're featuring actually have redeeming qualities and will show a new side of themselves, proving that reality TV is faker than scripted TV, etc. I watched about 10 minutes of the "Snooki" thing and holy christ, this is easily one of the worst things I've ever seen on TV (yes, even worse than Jersey Shore). They show some guy ranting about her in a video, and then she "surprises" him to confront him on why he hates her so much. Her argument was "I'm a good person, you don't even know me! Why do you hate me!?". She went home to meet his family, and then argued with his mother because "I'm a good person! It doesn't matter what I look like on TV, you don't know me!" The entire thing is basically people who are famous for no reason straight-up WHINING that total strangers don't like them based on the images THEY perpetuate every day. Really? If she got on the show and was like "I get that I act a certain way on TV but that's for the cameras, I really spend my spare time volunteering at an orphanage and building houses with habitat for humanity" then maybe this would be interesting. But the whole thing just makes no sense. And to make it worse, there was a comment from Slater that the show has an "anti-bullying" message... Whatr? Random idiots who post videos of themselves "hating" fake TV personalities that they've never met is not bullying. And having those TV personalities "surprise them" and whine about being disliked by them is not "anti-bullying". I don't know man, I only watched like 10 minutes and it was enough to make this the most absurd thing I've ever seen. It's a show about "celebrities" whining that random strangers made fun of them on the internet, and then basically proving why they're such tools by not even bringing anything interesting to the discussion. I'm actually pissed that this is even on TV.