Time and time again, I wonder why anyone (straight up fame whores aside) would choose to invite the drama that is reality TV into their lives. Especially people that seem to already have a lot going for them. Perhaps the appeal of hair pulling, table tossing, and insult slinging just escapes me???
For example, the Style Network bios for Sharlinda Parker and Kahdijiha Rowe are quite impressive, and I can't help but to wonder why reality TV!? Sharlinda is a celebrity manicurist and the co-owner of Tu La Nail Salon, which she runs with sister Brie Rowe. She's also married to recording artist Q. Parker. Kahdijiha is a marketing executive and considered a "jet-setter" in Atlanta's social scene.
When asked why she chose to play the reality tv game, Sharlinda said, "To become a household name, build your business, have fun with it, everyone knows you, that's the benefit of being on a reality show." Okay. Fine. I can understand the business benefits. But, when you then come into contact with people like you know who, I have to go back to thinking they're all crazy.
Ford concludes its Escape My Life video series with video #8, the finale. The series featured Skylar (Natasha Leggero) receiving a free Ford Escape, which came with a string attached, in the form of Barry (Joe Lo Truglio), who is there to tell her about the features of the Escape.
In the finale, Skylar is finally free of Barry. In a weird way she starts to miss him and they make up – after she travels the city using her Travel Link subscription to locate him.