I'm so upset about this I've had to stew about it for over an hour before I could even bring myself to blog it. In an effort to become more competitive with The Soup
, the suits at Best Week Ever have decided to ditch the multiple panelist format
starting October 24th in favor of just one host: Paul F. Tompkins. Now, I've loved Tompkins for years, and he is one of my favorite parts of the show, but he is just one
of my many favorite parts of the show. The story says panelists will be back every once in a while, which is great, but think about it -- no more Frangela! No more Chuck Nice's "The Sizzler!" No more John Mulaney! No More Melissa Rauch! No more Doug Benson Bachelor
rose ceremonies! No more everybody
! I'm so upset. Why would they do this to me? Oh, and it gets worse, too.
The truth is coming back here.
best week ever
, tyler perry
, the soul man
, the exes
, the killing
, private practice
, how i met your mother
, pretty little liars
, the x files
, the americans
People who work in television are challenged in many, many ways. Recently it's come to my attention that show producers are exceptionally numb to temporality, as evidenced last night
with the MTV Movie Awards crowning Iron Man
Best Summer Movie So Far. Don't even get me started on the fact that this may well be the stupidest category for an award ever. Instead, let's focus on the sheer inaccuracy of the seasonally-themed distinction. Do the awards show brass not own calendars? Summer does not officially start until June 21st. It's called the solstice
. To quote Denise Richards, do your fucking homework you cunts!