We love The Hills, and proudly admit this fact.
Yet even the biggest fans of Lauren Conrad & Co., such as ourselves, can't deny the absurdity of the ladies' meteoric rise in popularity.
They've become celebrity news mainstays - stars big enough to make the premise and "reality" of their show silly - and debatable at best.
Despite having no real careers, The Hills stars have become household names ... yet still downplay it by acting like they're totally normal.
It's a strange, paradoxical dichotomy they're trying to pull off.
Case in point: At a recent opening of an Orange County bowling alley, Audrina Patridge told reporters they could only ask her questions about ... bowling.
Bowling? The Soup's Joel McHale was not happy to hear this.
His response, as shown in this Soup segment, is classic...