There's a devastating rumor going around that Camille Grammer, the break-out star of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, doesn't care for how she's been portrayed on the show (odd, because I'm very happy with the way she's been portrayed on the show), and has decided not to return next season. Hope there's no truth to it, but if she does end up leaving the show, how will our new favorite wealthy monsters carry on next season without her to quibble with? Why, with one of these people, we hope. Read on for our dream Camille Grammer replacements for RHBH Season 2.
Yesterday I did my fair share of bitching about the recent slew of stuntcasting news for 30 Rock's upcoming season, saying as a longtime fan I personally don't care to see an episode where Jennifer Aniston or Oprah Winfrey eats up significant screen time, but that I understand 30 Rock is in desperate need of ratings so I'll just suck it up for now. It's fair to say I owe them at least that much for all the hilarity they've given me. My resolve to give the show a break is wearing a little thin, however, with today's news that Gossip Girl's Leighton Meester and Blake Lively will be appearing in a November sweeps episode. Really? Now I have to endure those two as well? And more importantly, why those two over Chuck Bass?! He's hilarious! This begs the question -- how much worse is this going to get?
The American Idol producers are as dumb as we assumed, and Paris Hilton is still trying to act, but there's going to be more Dr. Horrible!
Attention, attention everyone! Pushing Daisies news! About when ABC (bastards...) is airing the final episodes! Plus a little bit more, assuming you can actually read this through the tears I've brought on by mentioning Pushing Daisies' tragic, tragic cancellation. And we've also got a shout-out to President Obama, because his G-20 trip prevented him from interrupting your primetime television viewing this week and we know you missed him.