Tuesday, October 26, 2010

An Open Letter to Extra TV at The Grove

Dear Extra TV, I just wanted to let you know how disappointed I am in your whole set-up you've got at The Grove with Mario Lopez (who, last I checked, was NOT the President of the United States, or the only person to ever have a child). First of all, it's being pitched as a fan friendly zone. However, instead of letting fans do anything more than gaze upon celebs, your douchebag security acts like a bunch of jerks EVERY SINGLE DAY. Seriously, aside from Nancy Cartright, I've never been treated so poorly in my life (perhaps they're related?). Second of all, if you want to rush the celebs off and block them from pictures, fine, but don't allow the ONLY pictures to be taken to be ones with your staff. Yes, I understand that working on the show would have some inside perks, but doing it out in front of all the people you're blocking from and only doing special things for YOUR STAFF is really, really unprofessional and gross. Do what you want, but have some dignity and do it behind closed doors. Finally, if a fan asks Mario for a picture, don't tell them not to look at him, touch him, or talk to him. He's not the President - he was some shmuck from Saved by the Bell. And if his baby must come to the show every day, keep it away from the crowd. She's going to get sick. That is all. Your show was good in theory, but in reality you've hired a bunch of tools. Unsincerely yours, Pinky Lovejoy

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