Charles in Charge he is not. The new reality series Scott Baio is 46 and Pregnant is a follow up to last year’s train wreck reality series of Scott Baio is 45 and single. The show should be Scott Baio is a big baby with no concept of reality. I am embarrassed and annoyed every time Allison watches this show. She likes reality shows I cannot stop her obsession with trashy TV. I am sure we are going to see Scott’s transition from freaked out manchild to halfway decent/barely passable father. I watched part of this show as I walked through the living room with my own daughter. The show is insulting to fathers.

For one thing he’s all upset because his child is going to be a girl. I have a girl and she is the most special gift we could ever have. It says nothing about my manliness that I am raising a girl. She is an absolute princess in my eyes and I am glad we have a girl.

Scott wants a bigger house so he can have alone time. Man up you big baby, alone time is few and far between you had better get right in there from day one changing diapers getting puked on and the like. This is your child you are responsible for her. And you better help your wife. And not just wait to be asked or nagged, get in there and do it.

I hope that for the child’s sake this is all acting for the camera but Scott Baio is certainly no Charles in Charge, heck he isn’t even Buddy Lembeck. Although seeing the two of them get back together as a team would have been a better reality show than the two Corey’s. For one thing Scott is was quite the ladies man and Willie Aames is Bible Man. I can see controversy all over that one. And since they are both VH1 Celeb-reality Stars I bet VH1 could get a cheap 2 for one deal on them.

But on a more serious note I hope that for the sake of the child Scott grows up and takes on the role of the responsible adult and no longer the manchild that we are seeing so far.

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  1. Mary says:

    He must have run out of money, or he needs more attention. I can’t see any sane person agreeing to do a reality series about themselves. He disgusts me as well.
    I like your blog a lot, and your daughter is adorable. Keep up the good blogging and have a good weekend! I’ll be a regular reader!

  2. BenSpark says:

    Thanks for visiting Mary,
    I appreciate that you stopped by to visit and comment. I had to edit your comment as I do not accept comments that use keywords instead of a name. I care about real readers and real community. My official comment policy will be up shortly.

  3. Christine says:

    I had never heard of this show until now. But I have to comment because something here really hits home for me.

    I was my parents’ first born. My father wanted a boy very badly, and never let me forget it. As if I had any control over this!

    My brother was born three years later…my father was happy to have his Almighty Boy. My brother could do no wrong in my father’s eyes…he’d come home drunk as young as 15 and got away with it. Meanwhile, I was always severely punished for very minor infractions, such as coming home five minutes past curfew, or getting a B instead of an A on my report card. My brother could get straight F’s (often did), but was never punished for it, never encouraged to try to do better.

    My brother dropped out of school at age 16 and became a junkie. Tired of the abuse, I moved out at age 18 and haven’t looked back.

    I just hope that Scott Baio’s little girl never has to suffer such abuse at his hands, simply for being born female. I hope he doesn’t ignore her, either. He needs to wake up and realize that this is HIS child, too, and he needs to be a real man and take an equal part in parenting.

    He’s nothing but a has-been loser.

  4. BenSpark says:

    It is unfortunate when things like that happen. Sorry to hear that you had to go through that.

  5. Sherry says:

    I admit, I liked the SB45&Single- at least the first 4 episodes that I watched (lost track of it after that)… From what I saw, the real trouble seemed to be his cohorts- when he admitted that he was finally ready to settle down and do what was necessary to face his commitment phobias– most of his friends (particularly the short/balding sleeze who wears multiple plaids) would try to sabotage his efforts. I’m dismayed to hear that SB has managed to get himself into greater responsibility yet with no more maturity on his part… sigh…

    Aside from that- I’m digging on your review of Dog Train. And your daughter is adorable!

  6. BenSpark says:

    Thanks for checking out the reviews. Certainly Scott’s friends do contribute to his problems but I think it is deeper than that as well. Let’s hope he grows up before his daughter arrives.

  7. Boy, howdy – was my “Scott Baio crush” bubble burst when I saw that despicable show! Ugh! The first one, I mean. It’s more disappointing to hear that he’s going to be a father. Quite sad to be our age and to be so freaking immature – and on national television, no less!

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  8. BenSpark says:

    Yeah, it was a ridiculous idea for certain.

  9. Chris says:

    Scott Baio and his ‘posse’ of despicable and seemingly desperate friends are the worst display of adult immaturity and are an insult to those who really work for these great things in life that he has to ‘work through’. He reminds me of the obnoxious neighborhood brat that nobody wants at their home. He whines more than my 5 year old. He is self absorbed and shallow….calling on whoever he can everytime he has a bo-bo and needs a band-aid. His constant complaining about the wonderful things in life makes me want to vomit. There are people that will never experience marraige or a beautiful child and he does not deserve either.

  10. BenSpark says:

    Amen Chris, Amen. Very well said. I couldn’t have done it better myself.

  11. Marilyn says:

    If I weren’t so dang old – and neither of us were married – I would be begging you to marry me!

  12. BenSpark says:

    Well, that is the best proposal I’ve gotten all day. Thanks for visiting Marilyn.

  13. Syn says:

    I don’t like reality tv so I have missed this one. It sounds like I didn’t “miss” anything. We have six kids between us, four of them girls. My husband adores his girls as much as his sons. Our youngest daughter, age 2, especially has daddy wrapped around her little finger. She looks at him with those blue eyes and he melts.

  14. BenSpark says:

    Syn, At some point a son would be great but our little girl is certainly Daddy’s Little girl and I wouldn’t trade that for anything.