Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Every Little Show I Make

It seems the good people at Bravo are loyal readers of herohill. They must have read my post imploring the high powered TV executives amongst our readership to get Bobby Brown's reality show on the air. It seems they've ordered 10 episodes of Bobby's new show. He'll take his place amongst the must-see lineup of Celebrity Poker Showdown, Miami Slice, and Queer Eye For The Straight Guy. But from that article alone, 'Being Bobby Brown' sounds gold. They should have called it 'The Unbearable Lightness of Being Bobby Brown' to reach out to Bravo's arty audience. Just imagine the potential: Bobby trying to get his career re-started, the nuttiness of Whitney, and his personal manager makes an appearance! What more do you want? How about this line from the article "Brown reportedly has six children outside of his marriage to Houston." If that doesn't make you watch, nothing will.

Herohill hopes this show puts Bobby back on the path to success. You youngsters may not know it, but Before he was busy drinking and driving, showing Whitney the back of his hand, and trying to match Shawn Kemp's out-of-wedlock child output, he was quite the mega star. Don't take my word for it, listen to the guy from the article: "He was arguably the Justin Timberlake of his day, if not bigger than the former 'NSYNCer." You know he was way bigger, the Timbersnake couldn't fill Bobby's Hammer pants if he tried. As I've said before, Whitney has been weighing Bob down, killing his career. This show will Ozzy Osbournize his career. Maybe. I mean how could it possibly hurt it? As a wise old man I just invented once said, "you can't hurt what has been non-existent since 1993".

Posted at 8:43 PM by naedoo :: 2 comments

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At 10:03 PM, Blogger mario did sayeth:

I hate Whitney Houston, but love any crazy Bobby Brown story. I wonder if he hangs with the old "New Edition" gang...or at least Bel Biv Devoe



At 9:59 AM, Blogger Mike did sayeth:

In the Primetime interview last year Dianne Sawyer asked Whitney about her alleged use of crack, and Whitney said "I make too much money to ever use crack." Then she proceeded to say "Where's the proof. Show me the receipts." Apparently dealers are giving out receipts now. This is a great advancement in the underworld of illegal drugs. Helps the dealers keep their books straight incase of an audit.


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