And Now Courtney Stodden’s “Mom” Wants A Reality Show, Obviously

By Gabe Delahaye / November 7, 2012

Courtney Stodden doesn’t have a mom because she is not a human being. Scientists still aren’t sure what, exactly, she is, possibly the mutated supervirus from Michael Crichton’s Outbreak adapted into human form? But she has hired an actress who by all accounts appears to be a few years younger than herself to play her mother, and that woman would now like a reality television show of her own. Like, yeah, we know. From the HuffingtonPost (via TheSuperficial):

“I have been asked to do interviews all over the world, but wasn’t comfortable until I sat down with the ‘Couples Therapy’ lead therapist, Dr. Jenn Berman. After that, I felt great. The producers told me I was incredible, and [they] wished there had been more of me in the show,” says Krista. “Now there is talk about doing a momager reality show, and I’m very interested.”

This is a message to everyone out there: if you are ever in a conversation with someone–even if that conversation is OFF the record and NOT for public consumption–and you find yourself saying the sentence “the producers told me I was incredible” you are by law required to jump off a roof. It can be a low roof! You can pick the roof. But you have to jump. Otherwise how will you knock any sense into yourself?! This woman is great. How many gifts will she bestow upon America?! What can we do to give something back?! Look at the mother and daughter being so human and real in their French maid lingerie and their cake and they are a real family and the family’s middle name is “priorities.” (P.S. I will watch this momager show no joke I will watch every ep.)