gor blimey at's orrible
oh bollocks +1 for "oh grandpa" tag
|The Townleybomb |
Lemme guess-- Kelly's played by some actress nobody's ever heard of and they have synchronized swimmers.
Can you hear that? It's the sound of the last remanents of western culture sinking into the abyss.
Its like they come up shows with a Mad-Libs book:
Its the Osbournes meets the Brady Bunch Hour!
Its Paris Hilton meets Green Acres!
Its Jeffrey Dahmer meets Bewitched!
They just make shows based on the Family Guy random premise generator.
"Gee, this is worse than the Osbourne family variety show!"
Yeah, I could see that...
I've always wanted to see the Osbourne kids working at a fast-food joint. Just, not while on a TV show.
|Prickly Pete |
I don't think I get the title. Do they have guns now?
That's right, five stars for the decline of Western civilization.
I don't think there are enough drugs in the universe to make this watchable.
Please make reality show spin-off worse than I Love New York.
Me, a month ago.
Kelly Osbourne looks like a fat Boy George.
This is astonishingly bad. The late 00s really are the late 70s all over again, and the Osbournes are our Osmonds.
Perhaps "The Osbournes meet the Osmonds" would be more satisfying than "The osbournes meet other people named Osbourne."
Here's the good part: This show will get cancelled, and quick. Not because it is a crime against civilization, but because it is a variety show, and try as they might, they've never made the variety show format work after the 70's.
Here's the bad part: Even though this show gets cancelled immediately, those terrible Osbourne children still are going to make more from it than you make in a decade.
Boy, I sure was hoping those repulsive Osbournes would get another TV show. Wishes can come true!
PS Jack Osbourne is a creepy douchebag. I think that's a pretty obvious point but still worth mentioning.
I actually think that this might be entertaining. It looks kind of fun. Also, I think the Osbournes are a good antidote to TV shows like the Hills or OC. Finally, in defence of Jack. I saw an episode of one of his reality shows where he was very supportive and encouraging (not in a patronizing way) to a "nerdy" gal that seemed quite genuine. There are way more repulsive people out there in TV land.
Finally, OZZY RULES!
The Ozzy you're thinking of died some time ago. He's more machine than man now.
tv needs a major enema
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