Tuesday, January 30, 2007

Great Moments in Television History.

CBS has dragged "Armed & Famous" out behind the woodshed and given it the Ol' Yeller.

It's not often that one can use the phrase "damaging to the dignity of LaToya Jackson" with a straight face.

11 comments:

shooter said...

Now that just sucks. I actually liked that show.

Rustmeister said...

The thought of LaToya packing heat caused me to loose sleep at night.

And not in a good way.

Anonymous said...

...Or how about Jack "I never met a drug I didn't like" Osborne. People like that aren't allowed to use firearms for a reason!

B&N said...

Saw the commercial pimping the show a few times in the lead-up, and commented to my wife about how this was a classic case of another bad idea getting onto the tube.

I'm glad it's over, as it just gives dolts another reason to harp about the "wrong" people getting their mitts on guns.

Marko said...

Ponch on patrol in Muncie with a real gun and a real badge?

What's next, Richard hatch and Dirk Benedict donning their old Colonial uniforms and riding along on the Space Shuttle as reserve astronauts?

Rustmeister said...

I'd watch that!

Paul Simer said...

Hey Tam, we need a review of GTA: San Andres.

You even inspired me to pull Vice City out of the archive and finally get around to playing it on the Xbox.

Of course, I'm also now under-employed with no school, so boredom may have been the primary motivation...

divemedic said...

Look what is on TV now:

http://www.usatoday.com/news/nation/2006-02-15-houston-cameras_x.htm

Matt G said...

s"I don't understand that part of the business," he said. "I'm just pleased with how the city was portrayed and how the department was portrayed."
As cop, I don't understand that statement at all.

As a cop, I'm extraordinarily offended by the concept that my skills are so rudimentary that anyone could do my job.

The town of Muncie, IN, should be ashamed of itself.

And LaToya looks scary, these days.

Anonymous said...

A local radio station had people call in relating how the producers offered to pay people to be arrested for various "crimes". Just another "reality" show. The more enertainment that I see like this the more I like reading a good book

Anonymous said...

Glad that it is gone. The thought of those idiots from Hollywierd packing a gun and badge worries me...of course, if they tried to arrest someone and got the ever living shit beat out of them, that would be funny...