If you haven’t seen TLC’s breakout hit, “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo” yet, I want to know what rock you are living under and where I can find my own to hide under. This show is the absolute worst. It’s almost as bad as “Jersey Shore” (and that’s saying something) and just as highly addictive. Honey Boo Boo is about 6-year-old, Georgia grown, pageant princess Alana. She’s cute, but don’t let that fool you. She is also loud and obnoxious, and she says things that would even make a 20-year-old college student blush. Her over-the-top personality obviously comes from her mother, June (or Mama, as everyone calls her). I would not want to get in an argument with Honey Boo Boo’s mama. Tough as nails with more sass than you can handle in a half hour show, June runs her household on three rules: 1. Alana and pageants come first, 2. Why do today what you can put off until tomorrow, and 3. Bodily functions are always the best topic of discussion. I can never tell if this show is real or if it’s completely just for TV. Does this family really act like this? Do they really go mud bogging and bobbing for pig’s feet? Is this what life in Georgia is really like? And is that train track that runs through their back yard a real thing? Here Comes Honey Boo Boo is the most addictive thing I have stumbled upon on TV since “Glee” was good. I laugh so hard I cry, and I wait in excitement and horror every week to turn on TLC and see what Honey Boo Boo child is rolling around in and if she is going to have her chubby tummy talk to us again.