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Catfish: The TV Show react in GIF form -- Michael & Caroline, plus 'The Reunion Show'

This season’s Catfish: The TV Show, which premiered Tuesday, June 25 at 10 p.m. on MTV, features so many OMG moments that it is best to analyze each episode with equally expressive reactions. And not just text-based or still image reactions — GIF reactions.


First and foremost, I send my condolences to the family and friends of Mike Fortunato, who died on Saturday. As a fan and viewer, I appreciate that Nev and Max acknowledged his passing prior to the airing of The Reunion Show. You will be missed, Mike.


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'Catfish: The TV Show' react in GIF form -- Keyonnah and Bow Wow

This season’s Catfish: The TV Show, which premiered Tuesday, June 25 at 10 p.m. on MTV, features so many OMG moments that it is best to analyze each episode with equally expressive reactions. And not just text-based or still image reactions — GIF reactions.


There is no denying Catfish doesn’t understand its target audience. Case in point, the episode starts off with Nev, unable to control his desire to touch Max’s hair (that barber shop really did wonders for their relationship), fondles his friend’s silvery follicles, telling him to get some “flame.” There’s more than one thing flaming about this moment, or maybe I’m being too fan fiction-y.

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'Catfish: The TV Show' react in GIF form -- Aaliyah and Alicia

This season’s ‘Catfish: The TV Show,’ which premiered Tuesday, June 25 at 10 p.m. on MTV, features so many OMG moments that it is best to analyze each episode with equally expressive reactions. And not just text-based or still image reactions — GIF reactions.

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'Catfish: The TV Show' react in GIF form -- Ashley and Mike

This season’s ‘Catfish: The TV Show,’ which premiered Tuesday, June 25 at 10 p.m. on MTV, features so many OMG moments that it is best to analyze each episode with equally expressive reactions. And not just text-based or still image reactions — GIF reactions.

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'Catfish: The TV Show' react in GIF form -- Artis and Jess

This season’s ‘Catfish: The TV Show,’ which premiered Tuesday, June 25 at 10 p.m. on MTV, features so many OMG moments that it is best to analyze each episode with equally expressive reactions. And not just text-based or still image reactions — GIF reactions.

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'Catfish: The TV Show' react in GIF form -- Jesse and Brian

This season’s ‘Catfish: The TV Show,’ which premiered Tuesday, June 25 at 10 p.m. on MTV, features so many OMG moments that it is best to analyze each episode with equally expressive reactions. And not just text-based or still image reactions — GIF reactions READ FULL STORY

'Catfish: The TV Show' react in GIF form -- Mid-season Reunion

This season’s ‘Catfish: The TV Show,’ which premiered Tuesday, June 25 at 10 p.m. on MTV, features so many OMG moments that it is best to analyze each episode with equally expressive reactions. And not just text-based or still image reactions — GIF reactions.

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'Catfish: The TV Show' react in GIF form -- Mike and Kristen

This season’s ‘Catfish: The TV Show,’ which premiered Tuesday, June 25 at 10 p.m. on MTV, features so many OMG moments that it is best to analyze each episode with equally expressive reactions. And not just text-based or still image reactions — GIF reactions.

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'Catfish: The TV Show' react in GIF form -- Jennifer and Skylar

This season’s ‘Catfish: The TV Show,’ which premiered Tuesday, June 25 at 10 p.m. on MTV features so many OMG moments that it is best to analyze each episode with equally expressive reactions. And not just text-based or still image reactions — GIF reactions.

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Character Rehab: How to fix Max on 'Catfish'

In this weekly series, writers — and readers — weigh in on ways to rehabilitate much-maligned characters on some of our favorite shows.

First of all, a disclaimer: I know that Max Joseph isn’t actually a fictional character. He’s a living, breathing person, one with thoughts and feelings and an inner life of his own. He probably also has a Google Alert on his name, in which case: Hi, Max!

But here’s the thing — none of that really comes across on MTV’s Catfish, where Max plays sidekick to smiley, hairy, amateur Internet sleuth Nev Schulman, the show’s true star.

Each week, Nev and Max travel across the country to help naive people in long-term Internet relationships (the catfishees) discover whether their online paramours (the potential catfish) have been telling the truth about their identities. (Spoiler alert: The answer is usually “no.”) Generally speaking, Nev is the one doing most of the heavy Googling; Max spends his time trailing after his pal, agreeing with everything Nev says, and occasionally breaking out a video camera. Barely anything Max shoots actually makes it onscreen, which makes his presence feel even more superfluous.
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