I say this upon reading that another less-famous sibling, Chris Rock's brother Tony Rock, has landed himself a sketch comedy show. While it may just be for some channel called MyNetworkTV, I guarantee you that if it hadn't been for Rooster, Tony would be doing this show out of his basement.
Siblings of celebrities hear this:If you've developed an inferiority complex due to your brother or sister's fame and fortune, do not ignore it. That's not what Rooster and others like him have fought so hard for. You go out there and you get yourself a reality show. If you can't Ali Lohan your hands on your own, then why not become a contestant on one? How could The Bachelorette resist you, brother of Casper Van Dien? They talk about Alexander McQueen enough on Project Runway -- maybe that guy's got a half-sister who can sew.
At this point, celebrities have become such vital and influential parts of our society that fame should probably just be passed down by bloodline from now on, like royal titles. After all, celebrities are the only royalty we really have here in America. We worship them for a while and then get angry and overthrow them just like the French did in that Liam Neeson movie.
The ball's in your court, Eddie Hung -- untapped reservoir of talent and brother of William.
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