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Cincinnati Fashion Week Features in First Episode of "Queen City"

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Queen City, a new reality show about a group of single (and one non-single) women in Cincinnati, Ohio, debuted last night (on a local Fox affiliate station in Cincinnati). It's not very exciting, but what's slightly interesting about it is that the first episode revolves around designing a dress for Cincinnati Fashion Week (it's always fashion week somewhere, right?). As you can probably imagine, the whole thing (dress, fashion week, reality show) is pretty much a disaster. It's, like, if you took The Hills, placed it in Cincinnati, cast a bunch of non-celebrities who don't seem to do very much, and made up some really boring plotline. Obviously, we watched the whole first episode (embedded above for killing time at work on a Tuesday) because we can't help ourselves when it comes to reality TV.
· Cincinnati’s First Reality Show Will Probably Be the Last [Gawker]