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Only a short word....

I just realized something tonight....  I might have noticed the timeslot that the new CW is putting the Reba show before but now this is the first time that I figured out what that means to people in CST....

First...I have to say that other than the reason I'm thinking of....that CW is so stupid in almost not giving Reba a chance.  Gilmore Girls has been going on for years on the WB and so has Reba but yet CW originally planned to keep Gilmore and drop Reba because Reba "didn't fit" their demographic?  Even though it has been a hit for years?  The ony reason I could think of is that they could be thinking that there's a lot of people that are too young to remember Reba's last hit song or that the theme song to her show was a hit song...heck it was her last hit to my knowlege...

Anyway I seriously think that Reba to the CW is what I used to be to the district manager of the Pizza Hut I used to work at....behind the show's back the execs at CW are wanting to get rid of the show because they never did like it....the fans of the show, of Reba and of Scarlett Pomers (I'm a fan of the latter) all wrote in and screamed "KEEP IT!!" and they conceeded to a "mid season replacement" and I didn't even know that tomorrow was "midseason" (did the TV season get that much shorter???.....

and guess what?  They move it from Friday night to Sunday night...at a time where half of the middle of the country would be IN CHURCH!!!!  DUHHHHHHH!!!

STUPID CORPORATE PIGS WANNA KILL THE SHOW!

No matter what the company...all corporate everywhere and all people in all corporates are just cold bastards with no souls...they should all just die and go back to their father in the firey pit.

That includes everyone in Mazzio's corporate, including CEO Ken Selby.

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lenapie
Nov. 19th, 2006 03:03 pm (UTC)
Hehehe, I think its been well over a year since I've actually watched broadcast television for something other than a documentary or movie. I don't like commercials! =p
skrain_bodak
Nov. 19th, 2006 03:37 pm (UTC)
Yeah sometimes you have to wonder, why bother?? Sometimes the people make random changes of mind or decisions and wanna kill off a show so why bother?

I still think they'd want to kill Reba since ti seems like such a crappy timeslot but yet there's a fine line between crappy times like that and crappy times where there's a really popular show on and times where it's really easy to program the recorder to tape...but then how many people out there that STILL don't know how to program their machine?

Corporate pigs.. (this comment alone is why I'd rather not work for Mazzio's after I graduate because if I use my degree to work for the corporate office, then somewhere at some location someone like me would be hired on and start thinking the same thing of me as I do now of the people in corporate...besides I'd feel it would be an insult to keep working for the same company where corporate and the people that kiss up to them think that their company is so high and holy that employees need to sacrifice their lives for the "life" of the corporate entity and that they and the managers say "We support education" but turn around and the actions and the support of their workplace policies say otherwise.)
skrain_bodak
Nov. 19th, 2006 03:42 pm (UTC)
btw the way I see it...my other term for employees in general is an oxymoron..."paid volunteers"

We are all paid volunteers, especially those of us in minimum wage jobs...since we do apply (volunteer!) to work someplace for money to pay our bills and get our groceries and other necessities whether or not we are going to college/medical school. We d it for the money not for the company! Mostly employees shouldn't give a s**t about the company...just the money

we're all paid volunteers.
acresofhope
Nov. 19th, 2006 10:25 pm (UTC)
I love Reba. If they got rid of it, I'd be very disappointed.
skrain_bodak
Nov. 20th, 2006 01:36 am (UTC)
yeah me too. :(
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