Thursday, August 20, 2009

The Love That Dared to Speak Its Nickname













We love this sexist, ageist, retrograde, epically unattractive sewer of arrogance poached, halibut-like, in insecurity and resting on a bed of braised self-loathing, whom we have dubbed, if only temporarily, the Asshole of New Jersey. Why? Because he provides the powerful opiate of immediate, visceral, justified hatred (which we sorely needed after the kind of Wednesday we had, and we suspect we aren’t alone in that). In so doing, possums, he performs a valuable service for society. In a more metaphorical sphere, he would one day die for our television sins.

8 comments:

JP said...

Oh, I have missed you guys -- welcome back!

And I'm so with you on this. I didn't see the full ep yet (damn Bravo for putting the premiere on opposite Leverage!), but I flipped over at one point, just in time to hear this asshat say something about there was no way a woman should be beating him at shucking clams. Oh the HATE I felt!

TROLL Y2K said...

Yes, he's the DV (designated villian). I fear a confrontation followed by hugs-and-tears, however. Re: Fat Howie and even fatter Loudmouth from NY from season past.

lou said...

Welcome back, Charlus!

I'm also ashamed to admit he is the EC at a terrific restaurant in DC. Damn. I'm going to have to stop going to Zaytinya's now.

Dorothy Snarker said...

So glad you're back, hon. And Mike The Pig is just further proof that every man who puts on a Ed Hardy T-shirt is a complete and unrepentant douchebag.

Anonymous said...

Brilliant. Thank you.

Fresca said...

I immediately wanted him dead, which means he is bound to be good TV. Agree with everything you said.

Anonymous said...

i loved him! oh, the entertainment he's gonna bring to the screen!

Anonymous said...

I could care less how he acts, because his restaurant is my absolute favorite!