With a short run of only two episodes, The Littlest Groom was more aptly a miniseries. Would the marrying man in question decide that “good things come in small packages,” as Fox’s groan-worthy promotional materials wondered, or that opposites attract? Predictable sizeist puns aside, the premise of this reality show was similar to that of most other dating shows, but with one twist: the eligible bachelor, salesman Glen Foster, was only 4 ft. 5 in. The show initially included a group of women of equal size, but then Fox shook up the game by adding 12 “average” size contestants to the mix. Foster ended up picking 4-ft. 3-in. Mina Winkler in the final episode, but low ratings and inevitable controversy ensured that this show wouldn’t be back shortly.
Top 10 Skanky Reality Shows
Sometimes, reality shows make us feel bad about (a) America (b) ourselves and (c) humanity. Here are the worst.