Thursday, August 25, 2011
Can We Please Feed The SyFy Channel Programming Executives to Sharktopus?
There is a moment at the end of the movie "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" when Matthew Broderick breaks the fourth wall, looks at the camera, and tells the audience to "go home" because the movie is over with.
The piss-poor management at NBC-Universal needs to "go home." The piss-poor management at the SyFy Channel needs to "go home." NBC-Universal management overseeing the SyFy Channel, and SyFy Channel management itself (Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern) have long since overstayed their welcome at this crack-pot little cable network (SyFy Channel) they have built into nothing over a decade's time, and they all need to go home.
You see, no one likes what NBC-Universal has been doing with the SyFy Channel. No one likes what Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern have been doing with the SyFy Channel. These are a motley group of studio and television executives who have a habit of working that quite frankly, does not agree with the tastes and the sensibilities of the television viewing public. These are a group of people who quite frankly, have a sleazy work ethic that the former Sci-Fi Channel has absorbed the full brunt of.
There is nothing funny, charming, clever, or hip about badly produced and badly written monster movies such as "Sharktopus", or crappy television shows such as "Marcel's Quantum Kitchen." There is nothing funny, charming, clever, or hip about the fact that Bonnie Hammer, David Howe, and Mark Stern all suffer from "Cerebral Palsy" when it comes to them trying to be television programmers.
The SyFy Channel is a cable network rotten to the core. And it is a cable network run by a bunch of "Cerebral Retards" who are all...rotten to te core. The Internet is filled with legitimate articles trashing the SyFy Channel for its piss-poor programming. Everyone I mentioned above need to take a hint from the unanimous and overwhelming negative opinions regarding the work they do...pack their bags and go home.
Posted by Languatron at 12:16 PM