We Sugar Network folks aren't the only ones with weddings on the brain these days. NBC's newest reality show, "The Real Wedding Crashers," premieres tonight after "Heroes." Produced by Ashton "Mr. Hidden Camera" Kutcher, the show features real-life couples who allow their weddings to be crashed by professional improv actors. Yup, the bride and groom are in on it — but the same can't be said for their parents, or the wedding party, or the guests.
At first, I thought the show could be morbidly entertaining, but after watching a few of the clips NBC released, I'm less hopeful. Granted, I'm not the biggest fan of "punk'd"-style humor — but my biggest problem with "The Real Wedding Crashers" is that it just doesn't look that funny. I couldn't even make it through this video about a mishap in a cake shop, and the one where the best man gets "arrested" with Cuban cigars wasn't much better. I can't imagine that this show will get better ratings for NBC than either "Studio 60" or "The Black Donnellys" did in that time slot, but hey, I also didn't foresee the success of "Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader?"
To see NBC's promo for the show,