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  • "Work of Art" Season 2 on Bravo

    http://www.bravotv.com/work-of-art

    Any opinions on the first season of this show? I never saw it, but I've been seeing tons of commercials for season 2. Looks like it could either be really interesting or really stupid.

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    Kinda surprising nobody's commenting on this show. I caught one episode today because it looks like they're running a marathon of last season until the premier of the new season. The episode I saw was where they had to make a book cover for "The Time Machine." It was kind of cool, but this particular episode seemed much more like Graphic Design than art because the challenge had a definite functional purpose. Sometimes the input of the judges can make you cringe. It's one of those shows where I think I don't like it, yet I'm becoming uncontrollably drawn to it. I guess that's how all reality TV shows are...

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    • #3
      I have seen some commercials for it .. but never caught an episode. So I can't comment on it .. sorry Vec my darlin
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      • #4
        Huh. I haven't seen it. I don't have cable, so whatever cable shows I watch have to be on TV when I'm visiting my parents or available at iTunes. I just looked, you can buy the first season for 9.99 (or 1.99 an episode). I don't see season 2 for sale yet.

        It HAS to be more entertaining than the Real Housewives of wherever.
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