Exclusive HitFix Clip: VH1's 'Brooke Knows Best'
Only HitFix has this clip of Brooke Hogan giving family advice from her returning VH1 series
For most people, real life doesn't have spinoffs or sequels (try not to think about the cancellations and finales). That isn't the case with Brooke Hogan, daughter of wrestling star Hulk Hogan.
After making her mark on four seasons of "Hogan Knows Best," Brooke went off on her own and VH1 had a change of heart regarding which Hogan, in fact, knew best (subsequent drama surrounding the divorce of the Parent Hogans has proven VH1 correct).
In the show's first season, Brooke went off to live in a swank new abode with BFFs Glenn and Ashley. Things get darker in Season Two where, in addition to attempting to advance her musical career, Brooke also has to cope with her broken family and her relationship with her parents and The Hulkster's new girlfriend.
The second season of "Brooke Knows Best," VH1's finest show that doesn't involve people attempting to have sex with (or throw up upon) Bret Michaels, premieres this Sunday (June 7), but if you can't wait, VH1 has already made the full episode available for download. And it's in HD, which is how Brooke's biceps were meant to be seen.
You can also check out more information about the show on VH1's Facebook page.
This HitFix Exclusive Clip is from Episode Two. Fittingly titled "Brooke's Mailbag: Divorce and Divas," the clip features Brooke and Friends answering viewer mail in their particular style, tackling the tough issues.
Seriously, y'all, who needs Dr. Phil?
Check it out...
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