Just watched the 1st episode of Small Town Security. This is less about a security company in Georgia and more about a woman who didn’t make it as an entertainer, and how she wishes to entertain to some degree because she admits she loves attentiona and power. From only watching the first interview, she comes off like Richard Harrison, the dad (a/k/a “The Old Man”) in Pawn Stars, but without the sense of humor. What’s bad is, here is someone who is trying to represent her own security company in a small town in Georgia, the only security company in her town. She is on TV, has had TV experience, but her lipstick and whatever she had for breakfast and lunch is all in her teeth. As my mom would say, “that’s not cute”.
I became aware of this show because of clips on The Soup, and it looked terrible. I knew it was a car wreck waiting to happen. I’m going to laugh and go “ha ha” but in many ways, this is the kind of show that will make people think “now I know my life is not that bad”. Yet I want to feel sorry for her because I’m not sure she realizes how much of a goofball the show is making her appear to be, along with the people associated with her.
There is that freak factor that is pulling me in, as it opens the door to a side of small towns people don’t know or realize exists. Yes, this is very much about the south, and there is a shitload of reality shows based out of the south. I’m not an avid reality TV show viewer at all, but this looks: