In Bridalplasty Part 1, I commented on many of the show’s shameful shortcomings. But there is one aspect that I have not yet delved into, and it seems to me to be the most obvious flaw of the bunch.
This show is a logistical nightmare.
Think about it. Each week, there is a winner who will receive a plastic surgery procedure and the results will be revealed at the start of the next episode. For a minor procedure, it would probably still take several weeks for healing and recovery. For a major procedure such as breast augmentation, a facelift, or a tummy tuck, the recovery period could take a month or more.
Are we to believe that the network is going to wait till each Bridezilla fully heals to reveal her results? If so, it would take a really long time to film the entire season, and most of the happy couples would probably already be hitched before a winner was named. If not, the results on display at the start of each episode will be so frightening you will feel like you are watching a zombie flick. These women will be all battered and bruised. They’ll be poster girls for why you should not get plastic surgery.
But I’m sure the network execs thought that part through before signing off on this travesty of a TV show.
However, there is a larger issue which I must bring up. I can’t in good conscience ignore it. If I was engaged to a girl who wanted to go on this show, I’d call off the wedding instantly. I’ll accept Jesus Christ as my savior before I marry a girl who would go on a trashy show like this, and believe me – there is no way in Hell that this religion-hating, non-practicing Jew would ever open his heart to Jesus.
It wouldn’t matter if she decided not to go through with the show based on my objections. The mere fact that she found being a contestant on this show appealing would be a deal-breaker for me.
Of course, my taste is much better than this, so there is really no chance that I would ever be so dangerously close to tying the knot with a woman who would sink to these depths. It just blows me away that anyone would want one of the most personal moments of their life mocked on TV for the entire world to see. I guess there are no limits to the lengths fame whores will go to achieve their 15 minutes, or to receive free Heidi Montag-style plastic surgery for that matter.
If you are a not-so-beautiful bride-to-be who would like a quick fix before the wedding without humiliating yourself on “Bridalplasty,” contact an experienced plastic surgeon to schedule your free initial consultation.