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Alexis Stewart, I'm Not Impressed

I'm just saying...

Alexis Stewart is the daughter of Martha Stewart. Alexis and her friend have a new television show on the Fine Living Network called "Whatever, Martha!". I've seen the promo commercial a couple of times and I think this show makes Alexis look like a spoiled-rotten, little B***h. There, I said it. Kind of.
Martha is such an easy target. The masses have been making fun of her for years. She is the ultimate Domestic Diva, making her own mirrors and pretentious enough to pronounce the 'H' in the word Herb. But give me a break, does she need to get crap coming at her from her own daughter?
Alexis grew up with a mother who was very,very busy. She probably had a nanny, or two. She quiet possibly didn't get the attention she craved from her busy mom. So now she's going to take it out on her mom with her snarky comments in her nasty tone on national television?!?
It appears that Martha is supporting her daughters endeavor. However, I think lovely Martha doesn't truly understand Alexis' vicious sarcasm.
I'm sorry. But all of this rubs me the wrong way. If you think your mother was/is so horrible do you really think we all want to hear it? We've got our own problems.

I'm just saying.


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16 comments:

  1. AMEN!!

    Beautiful blog! So nice to meet you!

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  2. Funny.... I thought this show was strange too. It seems particularly vicious, doesn't it? But it's kind of a train wreck too, don't you think? Which of course means it's a TV executive's dream come true. Blech!

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  3. I wondered about that show too when I saw a promo on it. It looked mean spirited.

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  4. Family really should stick together.

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  5. I saw one of the commercials for it and thought, she probably had everything she ever wanted growing up(maybe minus some materal attention) and now she's disrespectin'....not cool.

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  6. I have not seen any commercials for this! What a weird idea for a show...

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  7. Interesting! I haven't caught the show, but I remember when the two of them had their own version of The Apprentice going on. Do you remember that one? It seemed like they got along ok on that show. I might have to catch this one. Maybe little Miss Alexis is jealous of her mother's success. All I know about Martha is that she is one super tough woman, and I can respect that. She wasted no time getting back into the spotlight after coming out of jail. I would have hidden in a cave!

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  8. As much as I love Mystery Science Theater, I don't think this is such a good idea. There's too much of personal relationship, I think feelings are gonna get hurt.

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  9. I haven't seen the promo for that show. It doesn't sound very good though.

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  10. I can already tell that this show is going to tank in a few months. It won't be renewed for next year or even next season possibly.

    Alexis does seem like a spoiled brat and I can't imagine what kind of producer would pay all that money so that she could go on the air to trash her mom for an half hour or so. Her mom probably helped pay for it out of guilt for not being around much when Alexis was young.

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  11. I didn't even know she had a daughter?!

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  12. I caught this show a few weeks ago--I was intrigues w/ the concept and wanted to check it out--and I thought it was so dumb!!

    For starters, Alexis' voice is really annoying! And I didn't like the fact that this so-called friend was saying mean things about Martha. It's one thing to keep it in the family--but that was crossing the line!

    I didn't enjoy the show at all and won't watch it again.

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  13. Interesting. I didn't know her daughter was on TV. I'll have to check it out!

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  14. Brilliant move by Martha Stewart! She is more than aware that her appeal to the younger generation is almost non-existent, but she can remain relevant through Alexis and Jennifer, who appeal to a different generation, who'd like to emulate their lifestyle, rather than Martha's.

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