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Clips of The CW's New Reality Show 'High Society'

March 13, 2010 07:02:28 GMT

Tinsley Mortimer continues to make appearances at high society events, while her friend Jules Kirby continues to make bad impression to the viewers.


Clips of The CW's New Reality Show 'High Society'
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The CW is still making every attempt to promote its new reality series "High Society". Although the show centering on Tinsley Mortimer debuted to only 1.26 million viewers, the network would bring it back for another episode on March 17. Some sneak peeks from the episode are released.

In the first clip, Jules Kirby scolds the maid in their hotel for not living up to her standard. Portrayed as a villain, the roommate of Tinsley's sister said that the show put her in the wrong shoes. "I am sorry if you were offended," she wrote on Facebook. "The show is scripted, and we are given lines and characters. My grandmother is married to a Jew ...Everything was cut and pasted to make it look like I was a stupid b---h, and I regret that they do not do a better job of saying it is a docu-soap, not a reality show."

In the second and third clip, Tinsley attends various events, including the charity gala to raise fund for cancer. Paul Johnson-Calderon, friend of Tinsley, criticizes Jules for coming to the event.

The episode is called "Prince Un-charming", and the synopsis from The CW goes as follow "Dabney and Alexandra throw Tinsley a 'Single's Shower' where her mother, Dale, makes things awkward. Paris Fashion Week finds Tinsley with a German prince who may not be what he seems. Jules battles with the hotel staff."

  • Clip 1
  • Clip 2
  • Clip 3


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posted by team Jules on Mar 13, 2010
Blatantly unproved the CW's rebuttal about Jules Kirby "being confused". She has been typecast as the villain. I do want to add that without her, this show would have no attention. It makes little sense to anyone why the CW would not come to her rescue.

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