Invasin of the 'Jersey' Girls

Cody, Diablo
June 2009
Entertainment Weekly;6/26/2009, Issue 1053/1054, p30
The article discusses the impact that the reality television program "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" has had on her. The author states that she is fascinated by the lifestyles of the women in the show and cannot stop thinking about the program. Reasons why the author feels that "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" is a program that is foreign to her are mentioned, including that she does not know any people that are like the characters on the show.


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