Monday, January 12, 2004

It's a good thing gays can't get married or else they'd disgrace the sacred institution of traditional marriage.

The latest show on Fox....


After months of ordinary TV weddings, the real fun is just beginning when FOX rings the wedding bells to sound off the ultimate practical joke on MY BIG FAT OBNOXIOUS FIANCÉ. In this unscripted series, a beautiful “bride-to-be” introduces the most horrific “fiancé” to her family and friends when she announces her shocking and surprising wedding plans to them in the series premiere [on date and time.]

Over six episodes, Steve, the big fat obnoxious “Prince-not-so-Charming” and his obnoxious “family” will test the limits of his recently engaged girlfriend’s family and friends through shocking behavior. Our “bride,” Randi, a 23-year-old first grade teacher from Scottsdale, Ariz., must make it all the way through the wedding ceremony and final “I do’s” in order to win a million dollars.
This hybrid of a scripted and reality series will cover all the wedding events leading up to a climactic ceremony, including the engagement party, the wedding planner visits, the best friends and family introductions, the bridal shower, the rehearsal dinner and the walk down the aisle – all within the framework of the world’s biggest practical joke.

But the joke is also on Randi, because she thinks that Steve is also a reality show contestant duping his family into believing the same charade. In actuality, Steve and his TV family are professional actors, putting their improv skills to the ultimate test.

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