KENDRA ON TOP SEASONS 4 AND 5 REVIEWED
“Kendra on Top” brings nearly 18 full hours of I Can’t Believe This Is Still on the Air to DVD. While I get it’s uncensored, it doesn’t pack the impact of the original E series “The Girls Next Door”. Instead of three women usually partying naked, we’re left with the emotional baggage of the lesser of the trio. Yeah, her husband gets some time on the show. But, he’s still the guy that’s the reason that the Saints won a Super Bowl. Seriously, he’s the worst Colts player of the last 25 years.
The series plays rather lengthy and the two seasons blend into each other. If you wanted to watch a rather ditzy blonde argue about her fraud of a marriage folding and then trying to find work overseas, then this is for you. Let’s bring it back to the nudity situation, as that’s the only reason many are reading this far. It’s not that big of a deal at this point. I hate to be that guy, as there are 800,000 of them online. But, why do I care for a plastic looking woman that made her bones faux boning an elderly publishing magnate?
Things like this are why I can’t hang with reality TV. Sure, it beats watching impressionable youth use their reproductive capabilities to keep MTV relevant for a last generation. It’s just that you’re watching intellectual pursuits die on the vine. Kendra was never going to cure cancer, but why I should have to watch two seasons of her fighting to keep her brand relevant? This is why America needs to have a retirement plan for its Playmates.
- Deleted Scenes
- Super Teases
- Photo Galleries
- Bonus Episode
- Music Video
- 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby 2.0
RELEASE DATE: 3/7/17
The Plot Thus Far
Hugh Hefner’s ex-girlfriend deals with marriage, motherhood, celebrity and the paparazzi.