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April 15, 2004

Manly Reality

The company behind the Lingerie Bowl, in which near-naked women played full-contact football for a pay-per-view audience, is closing in on a deal with Fox Television Studios for a 10-episode reality TV show based on the concept.

The series will feature scrimmages and other behind-the-scenes activities of the female football players, while games played by teams of the Lingerie Football League, which was recently created and has been casting cheerleaders since Monday, will still be made available only via pay-per-view.

Get excited, fellas: They promise even more skin than last time. "The uniforms are a lot sexier," a spokesperson said. "The bottoms and tops are skimpier, and the shoulder pads are smaller."

And the fun's not over yet: Separately, Horizon is taking bids on its "Guy's Night Out," a hidden-camera reality show that has single men hitting on attractive ladies. "The guys accrue points based on how well they do with the ladies," Mortaza said. I think I'd like this show--the lines guys come up with are priceless.


Posted by Lawren at April 15, 2004 08:30 AM

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Wow! TV is really going to crap if they are going to put stuff like that on!

Says: Kelly at April 15, 2004 09:20 AM

Once again Fox TV is way ahead of the pack in lowering the standards of television programming. I'll never understand how one network can have such inventive programming as they did with the X-Files while about most of the rest is pure and utter crap.

Network executives have got to be the laziest, least imaginative lot of jackasses I've ever witnessed.

Says: Kevin the Interloper at April 15, 2004 11:36 AM

Ugh. That is just wrong.

Says: Jen at April 15, 2004 03:04 PM

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