LOS ANGELES - Sarah "Snowflake" Palin's daughter Bristol's new reality show Bristol Palin: Life's A Tripp (sic) had its premier.
The shows executives were hoping to get 3 to 4 million viewers but it appears that they overestimated a bit as only 4,726 people tuned in to watch Bristol "The Pistol" and her two-year-old son Tripp's first show.
TV ClickerWorld television critic Buckaroo Kazoo stated that on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being the best Bristol's show was a 1.2 and that was only because of the guest appearance by the scantily clad Los Angeles Laker Girls.
Kazoo noted that one negative aspect about the show is the fact that Bristy, as her sisters call her, simply reminds people too much of "The Loose Moose" AKA Sarah Palin,
He expressed that the similarities are uncanny even down to the camouflage underwear and reindeer whistle which they both keep in the bathroom.
Many viewers who were polled after the show said that young Palin has the same sing song voice of old Palin plus she has no education, no skills, no talent, and pretty darn soon, no reality reality show.
There are already rumblings on the top floor at the Lifeboat Network that produces the show, that Bristol better start booking two tickets back to Wasilla, Alaska.
Kazoo pointed out that of 97 TV critics that he spoke with after the show, only one said he actually liked the show and that was only because his wife is from the Palin's hometown of Wasilla and he did not want to get them all angry and upset at him.
And even the cameo role appearances by Mark Ballas, Fidel Castro, a tank-top wearing Dolly Parton, Mick Jagger, and the lap dancing Nadya "OctoMom" Suleman did not help the ratings one bit.
Bristol's two sisters Willow and Piper said that they did not like the show because it didn't have any nature shots of moose, caribou, reindeer, or whales.
Bristol's mom was asked to comment on her daughter's show. She said she liked it a whole lot better than Jeopardy and The Real Housewives of Intercourse, Pennsylvania.
Her father Todd simply replied, "Bristol has a show?"