The Worst TV Show Ever – Part 1, by Michael Davis

Michael Davis

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14 Responses

  1. Neil Ottenstein says:

    Why were you looking for television to watch on the E! Network?

  2. Rick Oliver says:

    Thanks for clearing up my misconception that "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" was the latest Star Trek franchise offering. My vote for worst teevee show ever goes to the current SciFi channel version of "Flash Gordon".

    • Mike Gold says:

      Good grief. I'm a big Flash Gordon fan, and I couldn't make it past the pilot. I made me pine for the 198o movie, which was Citizen Kane in comparison.There will never be another screen villain as Charles Middleton. Or, on teevee, Roger Delgado.

  3. Alan Coil says:

    Michael, you seem more angry than usual today.

  4. Anonymous says:

    The Simpsons already did it. ;)

  5. Marilee J. Layman says:

    Michael, you need to watch differeent shows. Let us suggest some. There was this one on HGTV in the doctor's waiting room today where they transformed a nice bedroom into something really ugly. (My first look at HDTV — very nice, but not enough for the prices at this point.)

    • Michael Davis says:

      I am obsessed with those shows on HGTV! Someone should combine those shows with some of MTV or the E network. How about 'Fix my stupid teenager' or 'Trading races.'

  6. D1sc0 says:

    I know how you feel. Great idea for a show, though – the real genius is in persuading a tiger to 'mull' a man to death – really brings in an intellectual element. Most people would just go for the obvious 'maul' angle, which I think is terribly outdated. Perhaps the man in question could be dressed as Kirkegaard or Nietsche, that would bring the outraged pseudo-intellectual viewer to the party. That gives me an idea for another strand – how about "Pedant's Island" where we get small minded people like me to share an island home with a bunch of wannabe glamour models and, oh hang on. MTV have already done that haven't they?