“A lot of people have categorized Honey Boo Boo and her family as the beginning of the end for culture, a dawning of an age of Idiocracy. And sure, diabetes is a real thing and pageants are horrifying, but this show is about so much more than a handful of overweight southerners living on the wrong side of the tracks. It’s sweet and occasionally thoughtful and it’s a picture of an America that is probably a little too real for some.”
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“With all eyes on this picture of small-town America, it’s clear to me a fundamental change is on its way. Through the internet we have connected on a deeper set of values, found a way to supercede the status quo and draw the line between our demi-gods and ourselves. As we ask this town to choose what it really values — a young girl’s life or their Friday Night Lights — we ask ourselves the very same thing. What is important to us, and at what cost?”