Sickening bulls**t ... like Mob Wives, maybe? Mob Wives is more or less The Sopranos for the reality TV crowd on a good day, and a confusing mess to the Real Housewives crowd on any other day. Yet Hopkins claims to love this too. We're reasonably certain that's grounds for having his "Sir" title revoked.
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It does have one thing in common with Breaking Bad: They're both about people losing their hair.
Mob Wives is Hopkins' idea of a perfect night in, but it's not quite enough to really get him going. That spot in his heart belongs to an even more brutal show: American Idol. In particular, he's a big fan of both Simon Cowell and Randy Jackson, but for different reasons. He likes how Randy is fair but upbeat with every contestant, and even imitated his "Hey, dawg!" (please imagine that, because we can't). On the other side of that coin, he thinks it's great that Cowell is "so brutally honest. There's no political correctness with him. He says it as it is." Spoken like Hannibal Lecter at a Trump rally.
"Holy s**t, Seacrest is looking this way! Keep it together, Anthony."