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"The Real Wedding Crashers" Coming

wedding-crashers.jpgWhat has the Frat Pack done now? says that NBC has order six episodes of "The Real Wedding Crashers."

Not to be confused with movies that were made for TV, such as "Breaking Away" and "Ferris Bueller," this show takes a faux reality route. In each episode, actors will crash real weddings, adding a touch of improv and ruining months -- and sometimes a lifetime -- of preparation. Will everyone find that funny? I hope not.

Ashton Kutcher, Jason Goldberg and Karey Burke will executive produce. No word on when the show might premiere. -- Rachel Cericola

Posted by Rachel Cericola on September 3, 2006 11:17 AM
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does anyone else cringe when you hear of anything having to do with Ashton Kutcher? I'm sick of everything this guy does, and I'm absolutely fuckin' tired of the movie trailer for the film he did with Kevin Costner.

-- Posted by: Phil at September 4, 2006 2:17 AM

Agreed. Enough of Ashton Kutcher already. Why doesn't someone throw him into a pit? This show sounds r-e-t-a-r-d-e-d.

And hopefully its staged. Ruining weddings isn't entertainment, its just pure assholeness.

-- Posted by: Catherine at September 4, 2006 3:20 AM

My friend was one of the ones involved with the making of this new reality series... it was not funny. It was just mostly sad. I hope the show is a total bomb!!!!

-- Posted by: Anonymous at February 20, 2007 10:12 AM

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