Troy Patterson signals the end of the world with Playboy TV's new series "Brooklyn Kinda Love", which follows four couples as they "open their homes and their thighs":

The subjects give us too much information about their relationships, and they conduct those relationships with too much drama, and they have sexual intercourse on videotape. As produced by the creators of Taxicab Confessionsthat classic text of late-night voyeurismBrooklyn Kinda Love is possibly the final stroke in TV overexposure. For Brooklyn, I mean. Whether the show represents a new level of reality-TV exhibitionism is debatable, and there are certainly more barrel bottoms where it came from, but its appearance is possibly a signal that Brooklyn is finally overexposed, played out, and fatally unfashionable.

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