While some people had valid reasons to celebrate the screening of TV3's The Ridges recently (specifically, the cast and crew of what is now New Zealand’s second worst television series, Melody Rules), many
commentators were left baffled as to why anyone would sacrifice so many of their precious remaining minutes on this earth viewing a show most critics have found less compelling than a black and white test pattern or, indeed, an unplugged television.
Luckily for you, Idealog reader, this month’s Idealogic runs a well-calibrated ruler over this season’s most compelling televised trainwreck to reveal, once and for all, what makes The Ridges tick. Click to enlarge.
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