“The Pick Up Artist” gets parodied

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Here’s a supposed audition of two guys trying to replace J Dog and Matador as Mystery’s wingmen for the The Pickup Artist on VH1.

The parody is done by comedians Max Silvestri and Joe Mande.

They make light-hearted jabs at the acronyms, canned openers, peacocking, and erotic fruit kissing that is on the show. Some hit and some miss.

It was a bit overly homo erotic for my taste but I guess that is to be expected when the last two episodes of the show involved guys crying and holding hands.

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Monetizing this blog

It seems most sites or blogs related to seduction or pick up are either related to selling a product or trying to get you to go to a site that is selling a product.

Like Wu-Tang Clan says:

Cash, Rules, Everything, Around, Me
Get the money
Dollar, dollar bill y’all

Although this blog is still in diapers it is time to try to monetize it.  If anyone has any recommendations for affiliate programs send me an email at: nothing.

I’ll try my best to keep it from being too excessive or obnoxious.  Many readers may think this is a turn off but in reality it will mean better content and more of it.

Money motivates.

It’s casual,

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VH1’s The Pick Up Artist ratings surge, expect another season

I heard it from a source a week and a half ago that the ratings for the show were improving but the only stats I saw up until yesterday were for the premiere episode which were not very good.

Mystery VH1 show “The Pick Up Artist”

That changed yesterday when I saw a Cable360 article from September 7th that reported:

“The Pick-Up Artist averaged 1.8 million total viewers and a 1.3 rating in viewers 18-49, a series best.”

That’s almost three times the premiere episode’s ratings of 673,000.

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Will there be a VH1 “The Pick Up Artist” season 2?

Here’s what I know from my insiders regarding the possibility of a season 2 of “The Pick Up Artist“:

  • The ratings did pick up after the premiere episode making VH1 consider a second season
  • There is nothing definite known one way or the other from the Venusian Arts side as of last week
  • A formal announcement if it gets renewed would probably be announced right after the finale of season 1

It sounds like VH1 is aware that the show got little initial push and premiered during a bad time of the year and is taking those factors into consideration as far as renewing it. That is a good thing.

I think the success of the season finale will be what ultimately determines if it gets renewed or not. Keep in mind that VH1 renewed “Scott Baio is 45…and single” for a second season earlier this summer if that puts it into a better perspective for you (no offense Chachi).

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Casting for Season 2 of “Keys to the VIP”

If you are not familiar with the show “Keys to the VIP”, it is a reality show filmed in Toronto shown on TCN in Canada and Fuse TV in the US. It involves two pick up artists battling each other to be the most successful at opening women in a club in different situations. I find it to be fairly entertaining.

They are now casting for the second season.

Here are their stipulations:

  • must be 19-25
  • NON-Union
  • handsome
  • suave
  • extremely confident
  • believe they are adept at getting the girl

I think the age and “handsome” restrictions are complete fucking bullshit but I guess no one wants to watch some fat balding 35 year-old compete even if he can blow out some cocky ripped 21 year-old. It doesn’t make for “good TV” I guess.

I would like to see someone who was not a natural, learned seduction, and fits their stipulations blow out some blow hard.

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