Multi-purpose celebrity television conversational statements

This week the new series of [insert name of celebrity based reality show] started on [insert channel].  It was rubbish.  I mean, who are these people?  I’ve not heard of half of them.  [AB] is famous only for going out with a [insert sport or entertainment industry] and seems to have made a career based on not wearing [insert item of clothing] for [insert name of lad mag(s)].  [CD]’s career should have been finished after [insert embarrassing incident involving CD], but no, the telly executives decide it’s a good idea to revive [him/her] in the hope that [he/she] might be [adjective relating to embarrassing incident] but in an ironic way.  And I thought [EF] was dead long ago.  [GH} only seems to be on the show to promote [his/her] new [insert product] and the others are Z list individuals obviously desperate for publicity.

The only way to enliven the show would be to introduce [IJ, an iconic American star of the 1970s or 1980s or controversial British politician] who could say [insert catchphrase from 1970s or 1980s American show or political slogan with amusing connotation relevant to programme].  But until then I for one won’t be watching.

About loveandgarbage

I watch the telly and read when not doing law stuff and plugging my decade and a half old unwatched Edinburgh fringe show.
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1 Response to Multi-purpose celebrity television conversational statements

  1. worldofagwu says:

    i get quite a lot of emails from friends & acquaintances v.similar to this – it did make me smile

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