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There is no marriage more perfect than that of reality TV and porn, the coming together of TV’s trashiest medium and cinema’s crappiest productions. In this spirit, Fox Reality Channel, which is arguably the worst network in existence, will be launching “My Bare Lady 2: Open for Business” this November. The first season of “My Bare Lady” focused on four porn stars in London as they attempted to learn how to perform Shakespeare as well as they perform blow jobs. Sadly, they all sucked. (“There’s no personality there–at all,” one of their thespian peers observed.) The second season brings together Brooke Haven, Casey Parker, Sunny Leone and Veronica Rayne, sticks them in a house with some guy who’s supposed to be like Tony Robbins, and makes them wash some cars, all of which is supposed to teach them how to run a business but in reality is an excuse for Fox to pass off soft-core porn as mainstream programming.