Erin and Sara Foster, daughters of Grammy-winning producer David Foster, swore they would never star in their own reality show to further their careers. It's so degrading, they say, tongue slightly in cheek. But what about "Barely Famous," for which a camera crew follows the sisters as they attempt to become A-listers and simultaneously prove that they're "normal"? The series is not unscripted, per se -- it's a docu-comedy that highlights obvious, outlandish conventions of reality TV. So, in addition to awkward encounters with celebrities and embarrassing efforts to land their next big gigs, aspiring screenwriter Erin and actress Sara ("90210") comment on the world of celebrity and insist that they don't care about fame and fortune. And, because no reality convention is too sacred, the ladies point out the absurdity of the medium itself.