Grown adults should not chomp on gum during business meetings, or ride skateboards to their dates.
We almost put Carrie from On the Fly on this list for battling with airline employees who made her buy a second seat because they had "assumed" she was a customer of size. "I'm not even overweight, it's just baby." Unless she's the next Octomom, we can assure her it's not all just baby. But delusional isn't necessarily heinous, and she did end up buying the extra seat, so let's move on to people who were really awful.
The latest season of The Real Housewives of Orange County kicked off last night, and after the tumultuous battle of the blondes during the reunion last year, we had high hopes for fireworks in this premiere. And we thought that the new brunette cast member would really shake things up. Well, color us let down so far.
We're down one more veteran Housewife. How will she ever be replac... wait who are we kidding? You know Bravo's got a warehouse of 'em somewhere.
We're tempted to put all of the people responsible for Duets on this list for making such a crappy show, and getting us to watch by putting the adorable Kelly Clarkson on it, but looking up their names would mean we'd have to invest even more of our time in that terrible mess.
Just in time for mother's day... a week where children disappoint their parents in so many ways.
New shows being developed! Old shows getting cancelled! New cast members joining! Old cast members getting fired! Guest stars! Arrest warrants! This is TWoP News!
Ah, Orange County. Land of so-bad-it's-good televised opportunities, exemplified by shows like The O.C., Laguna Beach, Newport Harbor and Real Housewives of Orange County, where the average household income consists of too many digits for the shows' stars to add up (without the help of a calculator-toting assistant). What those shows fail to acknowledge is the existence of lower-class families in their neighborhoods, living paycheck-to-paycheck to reside in a single filthy motel room they can barely afford, which is the focus of Alexandra Pelosi's new documentary series on HBO, Homeless: The Motel Kids of Orange County.
Tom Colicchio is my Commander-in-Chief.
Sometimes a show is just not worth saving.