If you watch TV’s Parks and Recreation, you probably know that Ron Swanson is one of the greatest characters ever to appear on television. Here he is drunk, infinitely so. On my screen, he’s currently been drunk and dancing for 842 seconds. (It has a timer).
I happened across this show tonight on NBC, and noticed one of the contestants is Eddie Money…actually, it’s some dude named Silvio Disalvatore from New York, and I knew he looked familiar.Â He was on American Inventor a few years ago pimping his invention, The Black Cougar, a super-hero (VIDEO BELOW).
..also, the host of the show is none other than Conan O’Brien’s friend Andy Richter.. ok.. it’s not really Andy Richter, but some other dude named Reno Collier who makes me think he’s Andy Richter.
I can’t stand Rosie O’Donnell, I had forgot all about her having a variety show on NBC called Rosie Live! this week on Wednesday night, until I saw the headling on TVGuide.com about her saying there would be no more variety shows from her, indicating that the ratings sucked and the show had horrible reviews.
I am very thankful that she will have no more variety shows. It would be nice to never see her dumbass on TV again. I think even Donald Trump once said “She has failed at everything she has done.”
Christmas has come early. Just days after her Rosie Live! turned up DOA in the Nielsens (as well as in countless critics and viewers’ notebooks), Rosie O’Donnell has written off her NBC variety show as a one-trick pony.
Ro wrote in her blog, “there will b no more,” responding to one fan’s inquiry as to the possibility of follow-up variety shows in 2009. Alluding to “no ratings” and “bad reviews” as factors in her decision, O’Donnell maintains that the experiment was “still a thrill 4 me.”
Elsewhere in her reader forum, O’Donnell acknowledged that “a live show has risks” and said, “i am happy 2 have had the opportunity.”
Rosie Live! mustered a mere five million viewers in its Thanksgiving Eve broadcast â€” falling shy of even Knight Rider’s worst performance to date in the time slot.
Friday Night Lights on NBC was an awesome show, but I don’t know what the hell happened to it. I suppose I could google it and find out, and maybe I’ll do that after I’m done posting this, but whatever.