Unlike most b!tchy characters on television, Bristol Palin isn’t funny, she’s just a bitter b!tch. She whines about Levi Johnston nearly every time she gives an interview, tries to convince us that she’s had to struggle as a single mother, all the while allowing her ghost writer to post anti-gay and anti-Obama blogs online.
Bristol, 21, stars in “Bristol Palin: Life’s a Tripp” which premieres tonight on Lifetime, because, like her mother, Bristol lives for the spotlight. In the promos, Bristol says that the man who heckled her “should have gotten his ass kicked.” On the show, Bristol and her sister Willow Palin show viewers what rich white girl problems are all about!
- Bristol moves from Wasilla, Alaska to Los Angeles, allegedly to “show Tripp what’s out there.” (Because three-year-olds are so interested in the wider world.) She moves into a pre-fab Beverly Hills mansion and is joined by her 17-year-old sister Willow, who has come to help with the babysitting.
The LA Times says:
- “We see Bristol and Willow shop for groceries and clothing, “without Tripp…presumably looking after himself back at the mansion. We’re left with a show about two sisters, temporarily billeted in a Beverly Hills mansion, mostly complaining about Los Angeles, each other and their lives.”
The Chicago Sun Times notes:
- “The trio move into a Beverly Hills mansion where Bristol has to teach Tripp things like the difference between a bidet and a water fountain. No one said being a single mom was easy.”
Yahoo says that the “most disturbing” part of the show is Bristol’s constant bashing of her son’s father on national television. “Much of the narrative revolves around Bristol’s attempts to shame her ex-boyfriend into seeing his son.”
The Washington Post says: “Even if you have a lasting grudge against all things Palin, there’s no payoff here. It’s a new low for anyone who makes the mistake of watching.”
Sarah Palin’s Alaska was enough of a snoozefest. You couldn’t pay me enough to watch this crap!