All or most of the girls typically form cliques between each other; create havoc and antagonize each other; book parties in night clubs; and engage in sexual antics and other mischief, all awhile attempting to maintain their personal lives.They are allowed to contact their families and friends using landline telephones and a computer connected to a large-screen television; however, the cast is prohibited from watching nationally and locally televised programming and using mobile phones. She makes her own way, makes her own rules and she makes no apologies. Although there were differences in season one, the current rules have applied in all subsequent seasons.The format of the show has changed from earlier seasons.If a cast member violates production rules, she is evicted from the show and, if it is early in the season, replaced by a new cast member.Of all the contestants, Kerry Harvick (of season one) was a successful country singer before the show.
Season two was the first and only season of the Bad Girls Club to do this, and was also the last to air 30-minute episodes.They are introduced to the show based on their capacity to be a "charismatic, tough chick." The cast, deemed "bad girls", enjoy a luxurious lifestyle in a fine mansion for three months, during which they must obey specified rules.Their lives inside and outside of the house are chronicled and recorded by the production team.On August 3, 2010, during the Oxygen Live TV recap episode, the show combined Facebook and Twitter with a live broadcast.
Fans submitted opinions and comments about the show and its cast, which were aired during the 10 pm hour. , an online talk show hosted by Tanisha Thomas, one of the "bad girls" of season two.
She believed that the "average emotional age" appeared to be 15, in contrast to the girls' real ages.