Originally written on Busted Coverage  |  Last updated 11/19/14
We first told you guys about the upcoming Pete Rose/Kiana Kim TLC reality show back in July. They only had a working title then, but the show, now dubbed Pete Rose: Hits and Mrs., premieres this coming Monday. Yes, our DVRs are already set. If you recall our original post, we mentioned that one episode would focus on Kiana Kim getting a breast reduction surgery. Tim Brown over at Yahoo! Sports had a chance to sit down with the happy couple and discuss the upcoming show. To say Pete had a few noteworthy quotes would be the understatement of the century. Brown asked Rose about the breast reduction surgery that we’ll see Kiana getting at some point during the season. He didn’t seem all too impressed to be losing those fun-bags. I was used to them for 4 ½ years and all of a sudden we aren’t going to have them no more. Poor, Pete. He continued with some optimism: It’s no problem. She’s still bigger than most girls. Kiana had a great retort, trying to relay just how upset Pete was at first. Like I was taking candy from him. He was really upset. Now he’s used to it. He maybe forgets. For more on Pete Rose, his thoughts on Animal Planet and more, be sure to check out Tim Brown’s full interview with the lovebirds over on Yahoo! Sports. Judging by this interview our excitement level has gotten only higher. Hits and Mrs. just became must-watch TV…and we’re not the only ones who think so. Tune in on Monday at 10:00 p.m. on TLC. [h/t Yahoo! Sports] Filed under: Baseball, Girls, MLB, wags girls
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