Have you seen the show Rock Of Love with Poison frontman Bret Michaels? I have and I am horrified/repelled/addicted. I've written a piece for The Guardian about how it is the apotheosis of trash TV. You can read it here.
On a very, very different note, Michael Collins, also of The Guardian, has made an interesting short film about the Thamesmead estate on south-east London, a few miles down the road from where I live. Thamesmead was built 40 years ago as a town planners futuristic utopia and is perhaps most memorable as the location of some of the key scenes in A Clockwork Orange. What the town planners overlooked however was a basic lack of infra-structure, and the possibility that humans don't like to live in concrete rabbit warrens and sky-high blocks. I went there around about the time this film was made and felt utterly depressed by what I saw and just how wrong the architects got it. You can view the film here