Possibly the only reason to ever let your tv rest on the E! channel

Wow, I think that was the longest heading I’ve ever had!
I had a normal, comical, fun, chilling post in my head for tonight but I scrapped it because I’m just too dog-gone tired. I wish everyone could just read my thoughts and get a chuckle without me having to write it all out. Except I’m glad that everyone can’t read my thoughts because I believe there would be times that you would not chuckle.

If you’re like me, there are times you flip through the channels and stop on shows that look interesting, funny or draw you in like a trainwreck. If the show you park on feels like a horrible trainwreck, you should check your TV Guide, because you have most likely stopped upon the E! channel. For those of you out of the ‘know’, E! produces undeniable gems such as, “Girls Next Door”, “The House of Carters” and “Dr. 90210″. All three are quality shows, if you like crap. Late at night, when no one else is around and I feel like going a little crazy, I like to see if one of these three shows is on and sneak a peek. It is a refreshing reminder of what I hope to never become.

As the title of this post suggests there is one program (IMO) that stands out as deserving to be viewed, that is “The Soup”. The Soup basically exists to make fun of other tv programs and unsurprisingly many of the clips come from the E! channel. The host, Joel Mchale is decently funny and they keep the show going pretty well. I always forget that it is on because my Tivo fails to recognize the E! channel as a legitimate channel, which is about the truest assesment Tivo has ever given.

Watch it, these aren’t the best clips but the first one does make fun of Rosie O’Donnell and that always makes me happy:

And seriously, what is the deal with Japanese game shows?!


  1. Phil said,

    January 10, 2007 @ 6:36 pm

    Rosie should be on one of those game shows.

  2. Billy said,

    January 11, 2007 @ 12:21 am

    That second one made me laugh AND almost throw up.

  3. Aimzee said,

    January 13, 2007 @ 4:36 pm

    Yes, Rosie O’Donnell sucks :P

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