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Original Title: Bridezillas - The Complete Second Season. Actors: Mindy Burbano. Format: DVD. Runtime: 329 Mins. Language: English. Region code: Region 1 (United States, Canada, Bermuda, U.S. territories). Discs: 2. Rating: Unrated. Genre: Comedy. Release Year: 2006.
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The show has family members trying to convince the viewing audience that these women are really demanding and moody to the point it's overkill, and the actual bride's behavior doesn't live up to the hype. Sure, these brides show some temper, but nothing really out of the ordinary in my opinion.
The best bride is Gretchen, and not because she's a so called bridezilla, but just because she is naturally funny. And she has the most outrageous scene out of them all when she calls the cops on the repair men for her mother's rental car.
The closest to a "bidezilla" is Noelle who only really succeeds in proving to herself and her new husband that she is just plain selfish. During and interview segment, he leaves the interview. They film the argument and he tells her just how selfish she is being. Apparently there is a love story that the couple like to tell, but when the Bridezilla cameras rolled it suddenly became a Noelle story and her future husband felt the unbalance. Later, on the day of her wedding, she is over an hour and a half late to her own wedding.The church had booked two wedding that day, which is what churches doi. This is part of a church's income to help with operating costs. But Noelle was upset when her priest had to cut "important" things out of her ceremony just so the other wedding could proceed on time and without issue. Noelle seemed to think the whole world should have stopped just for her. This marriage e won't last.
Overall, I get the feeling some of these people just wanted to be on TV. Why someone would want to be on national TV and act immature is beyond me, but some of these people crave the attention I guess.
I honestly expected more temper tantrums over dumb stuff and more fighting and meanness, but it really isn't present here like they advertise it to be.
It's a good one time watch, but it's not like it's presented. I'd rather see them live up to the name of the show.