You know that sickening feeling of dread when the phone rings at 3 in the morning? You know it’s bad news, but you have to answer the phone anyway.
That’s how I feel about an Octo Mom Reality Show. Bad idea. But I’ll watch it. (Be honest. If you’re reading this, you’ll watch it, too.)Nadya Suleman
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says she’s met with four production companies so far about creating a reality show to follow her brood of 14.
Cameras could follow "Nadya dating, taking the kids to birthday parties, learning how to drive a 14-person van," he said.
Just please spare us the time she spends in therapy.
|Lisa Gutierrez, The Star