Don’t listen to what you hear about Kevin Jonas and his wife Danielle Jonas living in New Jersey. Because last night’s Married to Jonas season finale made it pretty clear that the two relocated to Disappointment City.
Last time I checked in with these two not-crazy kids, they put me to sleep. In fact I laid out a very clear set of suggestions for their show that they should consider if they wanted to make it watchable. But it looks like they took none of my suggestions and instead insisted on becoming the most uneventful reality TV show to ever air.
How do I know this by only watching the season premiere and the season finale? Well they had the exact same conversations last night as they did during the season premiere.
In fact the conversations about expanding their family and The Jonas Brothers going back on tour and Danielle worrying about both families getting along all took place during the season premiere. If the Jonas Brothers didn’t actually perform at Radio City Hall during this episode, I would have assumed it was a rerun.
However I didn’t tune in for that highly-anticipated concert. I tuned in for Kevin’s big announcement, an announcement that required both families being invited over for dinner. Naturally we all assumed this meant Danielle was pregnant, with child, renting out her uterus, growing a baby in her belly, inviting the stork over for a play date. Why else would you ask both families to come to a dinner on a random night?
Well if you’re Kevin Jonas, you would do this simply because you want to talk in hypothetical terms about possibly, one day, maybe, expanding your family. It’s the worst non-announcement announcement of all time. I want that on the record because I can’t imagine a worse announcement.
(Yes, you can turn this into a drinking game. Take a shot every time you read the word “announcement” in this article.”
Unless next season of Married to Jonas involves Bucky Deleasa moving into the master bedroom with Kevin and Danielle, I’m not interested in seeing this show again.
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