Posted by sean on April 24, 2006 at 9:59 pm in Television with No Comments

I watched the first episode in the new series of Wife Swap this evening. I am not sure what series they are up to now but the original format remains unchanged. You can bet you life that one of the wives will be an argumentative, common as much tart who’s interests include smoking, drinking and… well that’s it, forget about looking after kids, holding down a decent job or being a respectable human being.

This weeks episode included a bar maid – blonde, tall, skinny with a face like a slapped arse. Fag in one hand, bottle in another, disgusting. All in all a forty-something chav.

What I actually found disturbing was her attitude towards her children. She had twins. Sadly they were originally triplets and one of them had died. The mothers attitude being “I was devastated when I found out I was pregnant again. We lost one of the triplets but with the trouble I have from the two now it’s a good thing”. How the hell can any self-respecting, decent mother even think those terrible thoughts, let alone announce them on national television? God only knows what her poor children will think when they are old enough to fully comprehend what their mother makes of their existence.

Wife Swap really is trash TV, even though the people on it are a little shocking at times. Most people, myself included simply enjoy watching it, even though we know it’s bloody awful! Roll on Big Brother 2006!

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