The 12 Most Hateable People On TV
It’s impossible to be on television nowadays and not be hated. There is always going to be that certain segment of the population that hates your guts no matter what. These people, though, deserve it.
Al Sharpton’s show “Politics Nation” on MSNBC was recently demoted to Sundays, possibly because of constant teleprompter fails or disgustingly biased journalism. Who knows? Hopefully this gives him more time to pay off $4.5 million in back taxes.
Nancy Grace isn’t just a pig, she’s a dangerous pig. A feral hog if you will. In just about every major news story, she is always first to the scene to spin it. You saw this with Emily Smart, Whitney Houston, and even the Ultimate Warrior’s death. Grace represents the fall of ethical reporting and the rise of opinionated gossip news.
Don’t know Schulman? He’s the creator of MTV’s “Catfish.” It’s a show about desperate, lonely people who fall in love with fake personas online. Schulman then organizes the two to meet, which always creates a mix of embarrassing drama and awkward shuffling.
The problem with Schulman is that he thinks what he does is noble. He depicts himself as someone who only wants to help people find love and make trolls realize the errors of their ways. The reality is that “Catfish” is about exploiting Midwestern dweebs and socially awkward goths, and forcing them to interact in horrifically cringe-inducing situations. Thus, Schulman is in the business of ruining lives.
Just be honest, Nev.
Flo “The Progressive Lady” has been in 100 commercials, and that’s 100 too many.
The Cast of “The View”
From Whoopi Goldberg believing the moon landing was a hoax to Rosie Perez’ voice to Barbara Walters being Barbara Walters, no other show has successfully captured what goes on in a henhouse as vividly as “The View.”
Everyone clucks over each other, and not an episode goes by without at least one woman sulking over hurt feelings.
Seth Gold from “Hardcore Pawn”
Seth Gold is a sniveling weasel. It’s hard to get through an episode without tearing out your eyes. Maybe it’s his face; I don’t know. What I do know is that if you’ve ever seen “Hardcore Pawn,” you know exactly what I’m talking about.
Nicki won Best Hip-Hop video for “Anaconda,” a song about large penises. “Truffle Butter” reached No. 4 on Billboard, a song about … well … truffle butter. Nicki removed herself from “American Idol” after it became obvious she wasn’t wanted there, and went back to writing songs about large penises and truffle butter.
I’m convinced O’Reilly is the spawn of Gene Hackman and a pissed off leprechaun.
Honora from “Naked & Afraid”
“Naked & Afraid” follows amateur survivalists as they try to make it in the tropical wilderness wearing only their birthday suits. One woman by the name of Honora displays a mighty lack of honor. Fans know her best for tossing lifesaving tools into a river after being chastised for being useless, only adding to her uselessness.
The general consensus is that people hate Piers because he fled to America after Britain kicked him out only to attack America as a TV host. A petition was promptly organized to deport him, which led to Britain saying, “No thanks, you keep him.” Nobody likes Piers.
Kanye isn’t a television personality per se, but we should see a lot more of him when he runs for president in 2020.
Is it just me or does it seem like Joey Greco always tries to have sex with the women who are cheated on in “Cheaters”? Either way, it came to light that “Cheaters” was actually fake, at least in many episodes, which ultimately added to Greco’s repugnance.