Pussycat Dolls Present

Season 1 Episode 1

The Auditions

Aired Unknown Mar 06, 2007 on The CW
out of 10
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Episode Summary

The Auditions
This is the first episode in the contest that follows the search for the next Pussycat Doll. Eighteen wanna-be Dolls are split into three groups and given a song-and-dance routine to a different Pussycat Dolls song and rehearse. During these auditions come some surprises: the girls get to go to a Pussycat Dolls' concert and meet the group. But during the work and play comes illness, and eight of the girls come down with mysterious stomach flu. The show must go on, and the girls audition, even though some don't feel well. After all the groups go, the judges make their decision, and the final nine are chosen and given their boas.moreless

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  • Bad judges

    I hated how cruel the judges were, making the girls work when they were sick enough that some required an IV or a respirator. When they did that I lost all respect, they can learn to do performances sick later on.
  • Who will be the next pussycat doll?

    I got caught up in the whole pussycat doll phenom, I wear my CD out, and I love to dance to their videos, so when I heard about this show, I figured oh what the heck, I have nothing else to watch.

    I could have done without watching the girls throwing up when the got sick, but I enjoyed watching them go through the process of learning the songs, and the dance routines. It will be interesting to see how the remaining episodes go. The womahn who helped form the pussycat dolls (her name escapes me), she looks like she had one too many plastic surgeries.moreless
  • Exciting, closest I could come to how I feel. Many will disagree with this, but I have a reason . . .

    I am no fan of reality television. I am a fan of the Pu**ycat Dolls, to many of my friend's surprise, since I mostly listen to alternative and heavy metal. But as a fan of the Spice Girls in the 90's, I can get into the music. I wasn't expecting anything great from this show, but it was much better than I expected. This ep didn't give me that urge to change the channel or listen to music. I did find it rather entertaining, and for that I gave it a 9, when I figured I might be giving it a 7 at the most. I could have done without the show of the girl throwing up in the toliet though. I mean, did we really need to see that?

    All in all, this episode wasn't bad at all. If you like reality shows, or PCD, or young girls in skimpy clothing dancing, than you may enjoy this show. If not, than you'll either skip this or give it a bad rating, and I don't blame. I'd do the same if I didn't find it interesting. But for some reason I did.

    "The Auditions" were more entertaining that I expected. It wasn't the best hour of TV ever, but it didn't make me want to throw my TV set out the window. I'd say it was decent, better than expected.moreless
  • Not as bad as I expected, but there is plenty of room for improvement.

    Too be honest, I am not sure why I watched this. Maybe it was to see a group of very hot ladies wearing not much, but that theory has been put to rest as most of the ladies are not that attractive. As a casual Pussycat Dolls fan I thought I’d tune in just for the sake of their involvement. My expectations for this series were about as low as possible so it did exceed them slightly. Though it lacks originality, I can see it becoming a guilty pleasure of sorts. The aspiring ‘dolls’ are not all overly talented, but there are a couple with potential. The shows format is similar to most reality competition shows on these days and this one fails to stand out among the bunch, but there are still a few redeeming qualities such as seeing the real ‘dolls’ occasionally and Mark McGrath being the host. I am not sure why he is doing it, but I still like him for his work in Sugar Ray. Anyways, about the show, it’s nothing spectacular but it managed to entertain me for the whole hour so it gets some props. If you enjoy reality competition shows or the Pussycat Dolls then this show is for you. If you don’t, well then you’ll have fun bashing it.moreless
Sandra McCoy

Sandra McCoy


Guest Star

Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole Scherzinger


Recurring Role

Mikey Minden

Mikey Minden


Recurring Role

Pussycat Dolls

Pussycat Dolls


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