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Love them or hate ‘em, reality shows are here to stay – and growing in number each year, it seems.

With the good come some downright terrible ideas, where it’s tough to understand how the idea ever got greenlit.

Do overprivileged teenagers really have such blown up birthday parties? This is the sort of thing you want to watch if you’re looking to get annoyed enough to pop a blood vessel. The Littlest Groom was a weak attempt at a stand out among dating shows — think The Bachelor – on a smaller scale.

So take the list of things that I've determined that I am capable of doing simultaneously, and add "hanging around with a bunch of elephants because they're cool."The first chapter of the bible features anal rape and murder, and later are vivid descriptions of drunken incest and torture.

LOS ANGELES, California (Reuters) -- Critics may roll their eyes at Fox television's upcoming dwarf-dating contest "The Littlest Groom," but the head of the advocacy group Little People of America says the show could end up giving his members a boost.

While some audiences may snicker at the spectacle of a dozen dwarf women competing with average-sized females for the affections of a 4-foot-5-inch bachelor, LPA president Matt Roloff said the Fox show may benefit people of short stature by depicting them as regular folks "just being themselves." In other words, a person's size doesn't matter.

The announcement sparked a flurry of angry letters to the LPA from little people and their parents and a debate within the Portland, Oregon-based organization over its response to the show, Roloff said.

"The fact that Fox is doing this reality show is outrageous," Roloff quoted one e-mail he received from the parent of a dwarf child.