Has anyone checked out A&E's new reality series Sons of Hollywood? I use the term "reality" loosely, of course. I have to wonder, did this all start because Randy Spelling was jealous of big sister Tori's small-screen ventures? Randy, buddy, there's nothing to be envious of, OK? For anyone who hasn't heard of this twisted Real World scenario, it's basically a look at the entertainment industry through the eyes of three young guys who have been living the luxurious Hollywood lifestyle since birth: Randy Spelling (son of the late Aaron Spelling), Sean Stewart (son of musician Rod Stewart) and David Weintraub (a rising talent manager who grew up with the other two). The question is, "Can they make it on their own, or will they always be overshadowed by their famous connections?" I have to say, though, it's hard to take them seriously when most of the show is partying, tanning and acting so sloppy. In fact, I'm not sure if they even realize we're watching. Fights over nothing, money...
Who's the first date from hell? Who's utterly desperate? Who is this year's comeback kid? And who have we seen just a bit (OK, way) too much of? TV Guide calls 'em like we see 'em in our wacky Reality TV Awards. Did your favorites make the cut?
Roughest RidersThe men of American Chopper (Thursdays at 7 pm/ET, TLC) Mikey, Paul Senior and Junior build custom bikes — choppers — for stars, movies, Web sites and basically anyone who'll pay. Sometimes they're cool. Sometimes they're not (we still don't get Junior's green dream Web bike). But it's fun watching them fight their way through the process.
Fiercest BacheloretteTiffany Pollard of