The Cindy Margolis Show

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(ended 2000)

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The Cindy Margolis Show

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If there was ever a TV show that lived up to the expression, "It ain't nuthin' but a party," it was the short-lived Cindy Margolis Show. Filmed outdoors on Miami's trendy South Beach, this show had the structure and tightness of your average semester-ending blowout at the local college fraternity house. A young, inebriated crowd in various states of undress and howling with delight would gather around a stage and watch as the eponymous hostess, reputed to be the world's most downloaded woman, presided over a parade of (mostly) female pulchritude with a silly game or a dance contest thrown in occasionally. Comedian Lance Krall offered some low comedy from time to time and DJ Skribble kept the generic dance music pumping constantly. It often seemed as if Cindy herself was almost superfluous on her show, only needing to stand onstage and look sexy, something she did an adequate job of. A highlight each week was the ongoing "Webkini Girl" contest, which featured eye-popping young women in bikinis that would invite arrest in most U.S. jurisdictions.

Many critics lambasted it as a new low in quality, even by television standards. One commentator said it "gave bimbos a bad name." On the other hand, if you didn't think the term "mindless entertainment," especially of the T&A variety, was a negative one, Cindy may have been your favorite hour of the TV week. Maybe with the sound turned down.

All parties have to come to an end, and it came rather early with The Cindy Margolis Show. After 15 installments, the show was canceled, ending with an incongruous Thanksgiving bash, followed by weeks and weeks of reruns while nothing was mentioned on the show's now-defunct website about its demise. Ms. Margolis, actually a very savvy businessperson who has taken control of her own best assets--her good looks--will probably survive and prosper.

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  • One of the worst wastes of airtime in history.

    1.0
    It is a mystery why this show was ever made. Oh yeah, they wanted to get young guys to ogle the host. As cheap and tacky as you'd expect, this show, and I use that word loosely, had no plot, no scripts to speak of and was essentially just footage of the title star at various parties. People danced. People wore swimsuits. That's pretty much it. The show was on in the small hours of the morning because that's all it deserved.



    Howard Stern pilloried this sad excuse for a series with his on-air shrieks of "Webkini!" As you might expect, his parodies of "The Cindy Margolis Show" were far more interesting than the real thing.moreless
  • beach party on tv, music by dj and entertainment on an outdoor stage.

    6.0
    Cindy, at the time of this show, was labeled the most downloaded off the Internet. This was prior to her appearing in Playboy (She stated that she wouldn't ever pose nude, which maybe in turn raised up the interest in viewing her here.) Her DJ played music of the day in a beach environment. People would compete on a stage in the sand, where the audience decided what was best. Nothing was too revealing, but definitely a hot atmosphere was present. She was a host with a lively smile that entertained the younger crowd. They could have put this on MTV, but it appeared late night (I believe) Friday on a non-cable station.moreless

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