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J.R. Digs is awful, I'm still trying to figure out if he has photographic evidence that the owner of Global TV murdered a child, or if he is that person's son, or if he has mob connections, or if he simply has a gun that he threatens the people at Global TV with. Those are the only possible explanations I can come up with for why this man was allowed to go on TV with his "show" that he clearly pays ad time to air on their station. The single Coors Light ad I saw during tonight's typically terrible episode can not have paid for the airing of this half hour "show" by itself so perhaps J.R. Digs is one of those born wealthy individuals who has nothing better to waste his money on than air time so he can make this pitiful attempt at producing his own "TV show". I use quotes because this "show" clearly does not qualify as a real television program. The writing is terrible and he is a worse host than a bag of potatoes would be. Tonight's episode can be summed up like this--terrible host does terrible jokes, bad special effects of them driving around in cars and their van that they hope will be seen as funny but that is actually just clearly showing they can only make terrible visual effects--talk to a man on the street who clearly wants them to leave him alone with no funny results at all--put on a sailor hat that the host obviously thinks makes him automatically funny and sing a song for the "studio audience" about how he talked to a kid selling meat, then show video clip of him standing in meat section of a grocery store next to an unimpressed student employee, add in sound effects of JR Digs farting, back to sailor hat wearing JR Digs for no funny remarks, studio audience shows no indication they have actually watched the video or have a pulse--more bad effects of a "van crash"--jokes all fall flat just like every comment the useless host makes. This show is garbage, hopefully soon he runs out of money so he can't ever air this travesty on TV again.
- Sep 12, 2010
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