How to Watch Reality TV

For a really good cry, watch Jersey Shore while listening to Satie’s Gymnopédie #1 on repeat. Here are more TV-related cartoons.

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21 Responses to How To Watch Reality TV

  1. Pirate Steve says:

    that’s the way I watch all TV!


  2. Ant says:

    I didn’t know chickens, especially the one I know, watch reality TV shows.

  3. Joshua says:

    I wonder, did you randomly select a song or is that your favorite classical piece?

  4. pt_kamen says:

    I thank the saints for the option to use slow motion at will with this new technologies, it makes it all so more tragic… particularly the fights…

  5. Tuomas says:

    I prefer Funeral March of Beethovens Eroica (3rd)and its even better when you turn tv off.

  6. Vanessa says:

    blinders would help as well

  7. cleo says:

    I can’t stand reality shows either! Good shows get cancelled to make way for more reality garbage….arrgh!! 🙁

  8. Mojo says:

    I prefer Rachmaninov’s “Reality TV is an Oxymoron”. One of the Lacrimosa’s might also be an appropriate choice.

    But Satie didn’t take himself all that seriously, so perhaps his work could offset the OTT-ness of “reality” TV. I’ve always been fond of Gymnopedie #1 anyway, but it’s probably better — as someone else suggested — with the picture off too.

    I can’t figure out how reality shows keep propagating. Everybody talks about how inane they are, so who’s watching them??

  9. willwot says:

    Reality is a sport that there is no predetermined outcome and best viewed with the reality of music, not the constant nagging that seems to take place when the sound has been inapproriatley set a level within the decible range.

  10. John says:

    This one is my new favorite.

  11. Wildbird says:

    I dont watch it thats the best thing to do

  12. Aud says:

    I’d try it if I cared at all for reality shows and had any classical music. The chicken is weeping enough for all of us, I think.

  13. Luwano says:

    Sad but true…. and funny cause it’s true. 🙂

  14. panzi says:

    Hmmm, what if you put on Guile’s Theme instead?

  15. Dave says:

    For maximum soul-crushing-just-end-it-all-now effect, listen to Samuel Barber’s “Agnus Dei” setting of his Adagio for Strings.

  16. Redfox says:

    Fitting Kurt Vonnegut quote:

    And fitting music by Dmitri Shostakovich:

  17. D. says:

    Or you could just not watch it.

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