You know, College Hill (BET’s answer to The Real World) got off to a pretty good start I must say, but like most reality shows, things had to get ugly for viewership to increase. There were folks getting hit in the head with stiletto pump heels, pulling pool table sticks on one another, fighting in cars–just getting really ratchet. After the first season, this show really became about foolery, and BET had no problem with it because they were pushing the fights in their advertisements for the show. Niiiiice. We know there are stations run by white folks that don’t mind making us look crazy for a buck (heeey Vh1), but there’s something wrong with a station owned by black people and a show produced and pushed by black folks thinking it’s okay to do so.