MTV has a new show coming out this August called Exiled in which the aging failures of My Super Sweet 16 are sent to live in a house and find out what really happens when people stop being brats and start having to eat mud cakes. Here’s the trailer, guys, and it looks great:

(via Jezebel)

You have to give MTV credit where credit is due. My Super Sweet 16 is an insufferable offense to mankind, and an advertisement for eugenics, which I used to think was a horrible program but My Super Sweet 16 opened my eyes. In the words of my friend Scott, just because the Nazis did it, doesn’t mean it can’t be done right. But when MTV closes a door on your face, they open a window that leads to a Schadenfreude paradise. The only thing that would make this show better is if Bear Grylls taught you how to eat these brats to survive in the wilderness.

Imagine that, except the dead sheep is wearing a tiara and complaining that its new Hummer only has four DVD players mounted on the dashboard. So good.

Exiled premieres August 25th, at 10:30 PM.

Comments (8)
  1. action bastard  |   Posted on May 15th, 2008 0

    Way to raise a winner, Cee Lo.

  2. click clack  |   Posted on May 15th, 2008 0

    Africa is not a country, douchbags.

  3. My faith in humanity has just been restored.

  4. Isn’t it the universal consensus that kids suck because their parents do? When’s the last time those wives worked more than 10 hours a week? I hope malaria makes an appearance, shit.

  5. jesse  |   Posted on Aug 20th, 2008 -2

    ii feel soo bad forr them i would kill my parents if they did that to me like my parents always tell mee realty check but i swear to god if they everrrr

  6. I can’t wait until we find out if a wild pride of Lions can digest a tiara.

  7. Kate  |   Posted on Aug 25th, 2008 0

    About time!!!!!

    It actually looks sort of funny, but also sad, cos I can’t believe these girls don’t even have a sliver of maturity in them. However, to an extent it seems contradictory for MTV to put this out while still putting out stuff like Super sweet Sixteen and the Hills.

  8. Harley  |   Posted on Aug 25th, 2008 0

    I think this show is a great idea. I am 18 and have a daughter and still dont think i appreciate life and the way i have it as much as i should. African people have it so hard. Most people do out of the United States. We think it is funny how girls get 90000 cars when they turn 16 when if you could jsut take one day of there spendings and give it to African people they could live for a year. Everyone who thinks its funny what those people go trhough need a reality check, esp those of you who dont appreciate anything and have mommy and daddy pay your way through life.

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