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Bad Dads We Love: More Reality for Jon Gosselin

June 21st, 2010  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized

041207fathergolfer-bigSome day we won’t all have Jon Gosselin to kick around, but until that day comes, KICK AWAY, I say, and apparently, so too does Babble, which ran this short item from Famecrawler on the infamous father-of-many, on the five best show ideas in service of his perpetual pop cultural infamy. I won’t include the entire post—the writing is so exquisite you should all click through on your own to see it—but the titles tell you most of what you need to know:

America’s Biggest Loser Dad
The Bachelor Survivor
Big Stoned Brother (Bro)
SuperManny
Extremely Needed Makeover

Now that’s comedy.


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