Call Me Clueless

Does anyone have any idea why a three year old boy would want to watch “Extreme Dating” on Fox Reality Network?

Or why he cried when I tried to change the channel?

Or why such a show exists?

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  1. No idea. On counts 1, 2, or 3.

  2. JamesMommy says:

    Never saw it but I’m guessing it might have something to do with boobs? That’s a safe bet with my 2 1/2 year old boy.

  3. Maybe he is wanting to start early and so he needs something to take notes from.

    The fact that such a show exists is scary…but then again I used to love to watch late night episodes of Blind Date while I was in college, so I probably don’t have much room to talk about bad TV…

  4. No idea but it’s probably a lot more entertaining than Barney the dinosaur.

  5. Hmmmm…I have no clue on any of them. Perhaps he just really likes bad television.

  6. I’m thinking he is doing it as a Nielsen family, he is watching because his input helps determine ratings and advertising revenue….DUH!

  7. 1. Boobs.
    2. Boobs.
    3. Boobs.

    Any more questions?

  8. There’s a Fox reality network?

  9. Mom at Work says:

    He’s starting early?

  10. No clue on counts 1 or 2, but I’m guessing it’s that people are slightly masochistic is why the show even exists.

    But who really knows?

  11. 1. Because 3-year-olds are notoriously insane.
    2. Because 3-year-olds are notoriously insane.
    3. I don’t know. But probably because they can find 3-year-olds who will watch it.

  12. 1. Because even toddlers have hormones (I can’t get mine to stop humping things).
    2. Because Dora doesn’t wear low cut shirts.
    3. Because people are apparently very desperate to find dates.

  13. Hmmm. Maybe he’s taking notes. You know for 10 years from now when he’s in junior high… He wants to be a playa?

    Or was there a girl on the show with long hair and big boobs (wearing a tank top)?

    But that’s really funny that he wanted to watch it.

    Oh and as for your comment on my site. No, it wasn’t you who had said that. I enjoyed talking to you at the baby camp thingee. You have alot of energy and are alot of fun! I had seen you at Blogher and never got to say “hi” and was hoping to talk to you at the camp thingee. Talking to you was one of the best things about the camp.

  14. I’ve never heard of the show, but I’m guessing it’s trashy like other Fox shows. Typical for a man of any age!

  15. My daughter used to love the birth show..Or watever it was called… Oh yeah, ‘Great Expectations.

  16. The dude’s in training or a spy from another planet.

  17. I have no clue, but if you figure it out, let me know. My now-three year old was the biggest fan of Napoleon Dynamite that I’ve ever seen when he was a year old. I thought that it had to be detrimental to his development in some way, but there was no sex in the movie, no cursing, and well… really Nothing about anything in the movie. Yet he loved it. He also had an affinity for Cops for awhile too.

    Most recently, my *almost* 2 year old decided that her favorite movie in the entire world was going to be Little Shop of Horrors.

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