‘Rich Kids Of Beverly Hills’ Premiere: Meet The Worst People Ever

Sun, January 19, 2014 11:00pm EDT by 38 Comments
Rich Kids Of Beverly Hills
Courtesy of E!

Did you watch the series premiere of ‘Rich Kids’? Do you have any thoughts? Let’s discuss.

“Have you ever partied so hard that you partied your eyebrows off?” If that sentence didn’t make you weep for America’s future, you’re likely dead on the inside and should definitely be watching E!’s latest reality treasure, Rich Kids Of Beverly Hills, which premiered Jan. 19.

‘Rich Kids Of Beverly Hills’ Review: Money Can’t Buy You Class

The series follows the exploits of some of 90210’s richest, most soul-less young humans, as they shed their sobriety, their money and what’s left of their dignity. I’m not sure exactly what Rich Kids is supposed to be — it’s either a farm team for aspiring Real Housewives, or simply E!’s attempt at making the Kardashians seem more down-to-earth — but I do know it’s a hot mess of a show.

My favorite character — and by “favorite,” I mean she’s terrible — is Dorothy, who couldn’t have been given a more perfect name, as she basically lives in her own fantasy world. She’s desperate to find Mr. Right, but I don’t think she’s looking hard enough; there’s got to be an eligible guy with a big wallet and no ears somewhere.

But the biggest downside to Rich Kids is that it knows how ridiculous it is. The stars are very much aware they’re on a show, and the whole thing couldn’t feel more scripted. Basically, it’s gross.

HollywoodLifers, did you watch the Rich Kids series premiere? Any thoughts? Drop a comment with your review of the first episode!

— Andy Swift

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Su

Posted at 10:41 AM on January 28, 2014  

It is sad to see how these young women and men degrade themselves and find comfort in their material world. They do not respect themselves nor others by flaunting their wealth instead of being more productive with their time, perhaps by helping others less fortunate then themselves. Supporting this behavior would be the producers of the show. You have a moral obligation to uphold basic values instead of brainwashing the young people with this mindless garbage. Do you not see the moral fabric of American society is broken and needs repairing? Please take this off the air and burn all the tapes and stop polluting good mind space.

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cheche

Posted at 10:41 AM on January 30, 2014  

agree,agree, agree! This is one of the worst reality shows I’ve seen so far!

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Camille

Posted at 10:54 AM on January 27, 2014  

I totally agree! I can’t believe E! could get even more lower with pushing through with this show. Such a pathetic group of self absorbed narcissists who were just lucky to be born into rich parents. Another show with no substance. Just what the world needs. Yes, they did make the kardashians seem more down to earth but they’re all on the same narcissistic level.

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ssdartmouth

Posted at 1:13 PM on January 25, 2014  

You know how sometimes your out and see someone who looks as if they don’t own a mirror?
Clearly these rich kids of BH with all their familys money don’t have a television/computer/smart phone etc. amoung them because if they did they would/should buy an island and hide their heads in shame for the rest of their lives. Please will someone open a boutique in BH that sells self respect and send them an invitation.

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Julie

Posted at 3:15 PM on March 11, 2014  

I love the show! Even if I’m not a rich person.

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