Tuesday, May 18, 2010

They're giving Olivia Munn a Sitcom...

I'll be upfront.  I hate Olivia Munn.  She isn't funny. She isn't nearly as hot as she thinks she is.  In the end she's the world largest attention whore.  This is nothing new, all actresses are attention whores on one level or another. Oh, and yes she's an actress.  She isn't a computer nerd, or a hot geek girl.  She an actress.  She knows nothing it's all an act.  She's the worst kind of attention whore.  Most actresses are out for more general attention, main stream attention.  Praise and adoration of their peers and as many normal people as possible.  This is in fact hard.  It's hard to make it in showbiz.  Not Ms. Munn.  No she goes for the lowest common denominator.  She seeks out and destroys the weakest in the flock.  THIS is what makes her an attention whore.  Instead of doing the hard work; she gets her jollies dressing up in outfits and teasing the lonely watchers of G4 every night.  Not to say this whoreness has not worked out.  She's now the "Geek Princess." This recognition has awarded her a role in Iron Man, which according to her they actually created a character for her; and Date Night which is small, but she stands out like a soar thumb.

For many the normal reaction to my rantings would be "she's hot and you're just being an ass because you'd never have a chance."  See that's the thing, she's hot, but she isn't that hot.  After years of attention whoring, like all good attention whores, her ego has become so inflated that she think she's the person that the Internet says she is.  She's not.

NBC's new owners Comcast, owners of G4 and E!, are throwing their darling girl a bone.   NBC has picked up the sitcom Perfect Couples.  Perfect Couples is about three married couples who are each different and each week find new an interesting ways to make their differences funny... Super Original.  I do have to give Ms. Munn credit.  She's playing against Type here.  Instead of playing the ditsy, hot, sexpot. She's playing the button-down conservative.  I've linked to the extended trailer below, you can make your own decisions as to whether it's worthy.  It also stars Kyle Howard who has been around for years, but his most noteworthy thing was 1996's House Arrest one of my favorites moves of the 90's, mainly because it had Jennifer Love Hewitt in it...