Sure, certain events are almost guaranteed to occur on reality shows at this point (drunken hookups, brawls, confessional hating, deliberate sabotage) but must the contestants really all use the same totally played out phrases? "I'm here to win," I'm just playing the game," "I could be going home tonight." Even the semi-rare expression "throw me under the bus" now rolls of their tongues weekly during elimination on Bravo's Top Chef. Either these TV shows have the most unoriginal writers earth or the players themselves have watched far too much reality programming. And now for redemption-a hilarious video montage of reality contestants uttering the most commonly used phrase: "I'm not here to make friends."
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