* whatever, “Whatever, Martha!”

Posted on April 16th, 2011 by maitreya. Filed under Crafty Review, Martha.

Tivo thought I might like Hallmark’s “Whatever, Martha!” which has apparently been around for a while but is new to me.  The concept appears to be MST3K on old Martha Stewart episodes (ha, I just found out that this is actually true).  The twist being that it’s her daughter, Alexis, and some friend of hers doing the snarking.  Unfortunately, they are just not particularly funny or interesting.  The show also featured a guest who had been on Martha and watched the episode with them.  That part was particular cringey.  Oh well, maybe people who actually like Martha are not the target audience.

3 Responses to “whatever, “Whatever, Martha!””

  1. Becket Says:

    I’ve seen it!! it’s really nasty and unfunny. Her own daughter, right? Ugh.

  2. jenn Says:

    That show is pretty much awful. I do like when Alexis shares things about her childhood, like how she was basically Martha’s slave and was forced to weed the giant garden and polish endless amounts of silver.

  3. nanette Says:

    I kind of like it. Some of the things are funny they say about Martha, some not as much. But it is a quirky idea. I always think “what must Martha think of this?”


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