Femme Fatales (2011–2012)
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16 Minutes of Fame 

"Big Brother" meets Ten Little Indians in a reality show house in which the iconic contestants are being rapidly eliminated from the game... literally.

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Rick Copp (as Richard Hollis)
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Gigi Feshold ... Bebe (as Gigi Alonso)
Scheana Marie ... Angel Tomlin
Joel Rush ... Pecs
Joe Slaughter ... Roger Reynolds
Tobi Rodriguez Tobi Rodriguez ... Lucky Starr (as Tobi-Wan D'Acosta)
Michael Masini ... Chris Gunden
Tiffany Tynes ... Tina Hendricks
Tanit Phoenix Copley ... Lilith (as Tanit Phoenix)
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"Big Brother" meets Ten Little Indians in a reality show house in which the iconic contestants are being rapidly eliminated from the game... literally.

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TV-14

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25 May 2012 (USA) See more »

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Lilith: Welcome to The Hot House, where six celebrities with, shall we say, complicated histories live together in peace and harmony and resolve their issues like intelligent adults. Oh, that doesn't sound like much fun, does it? Perhaps rats on a sinking ship would be a much more accurate metaphor? Rats without access to cell phones or the Internet. No windows, and all the doors sealed shut, under lock and key, as it were. And we, the lucky viewers, get to watch them interact 24-7, as they try and ...
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15 Minutes of Fame
Performed by Josephine
[Ending Song]
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Better than the previous Hollis written episode but not by much
16 July 2012 | by movieman_kevSee all my reviews

Femme Fatales starts its second season almost as poorly as it did its first, with this Richard Hollis-penned episode (who also wrote the awful 'Til Death do we Part' from Season 1) In this, seven stereotypical Big Brother-type contestants backstabbing each other while a murder picks them off one by one.

Their are a number of things wrong with this episode, arguably the worst is that the story isn't that interesting, and the soft-core sex scenes are all front loaded, so once they're out of the way in the beginning, all we have left is the lackluster story. However, the acting is serviceable enough to grant this as more watchable than Hollis's previous attempt.

My Grade: D+

Ps: it took my out of the show that there wasn't a gay character on the reality show, California law requires there to be one.

Eye Candy: Tiffany Tynes gets fully nude; Scheana Marie & Gigi Feshold show T&A


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