Have you been missing Omarosa? Or "Bachelor" Bob Guiney?
If you have, Bravo's "Battle of the Network Reality Stars," which airs Wednesday at 9 p.m. EDT, is the show for you.
Bravo's publicity campaign reflects its belief that affection for the old "Battle of the Network Stars" (search) of the 1970s will drive viewers toward this new edition, which features more than 30 castoffs from reality TV shows facing off in a variety of competitions.
Featured "stars" include loudmouth Susan Hawk of "Survivor," dorky Adam Mesh of "Average Joe" and "Bachelor" clod Guiney.
Omarosa of "The Apprentice" is even on hand as a sideline reporter.
But Adam Buckman of the New York Post, who previewed the show, says: "It should come as news to no one that Bravo's "Battle of the Network Reality Stars" isn't worth the videotape it is recorded on."
The New York Post's Adam Buckman contributed to this report.