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(TMZ)   In today's 90s mad libs headline, MTV VJ Kennedy says Michael Jordan tried to take her virginity   (tmz.com) divider line 51
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2013-07-02 10:13:14 AM
10 votes:
Martha Quinn > Kennedy

That is all.
2013-07-02 10:22:01 AM
7 votes:

Odd Bird: Anita Blackwood > Martha Quinn > Kennedy


Sorry, but I'm with Mojo Nixon on this one.

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2013-07-02 11:14:02 AM
4 votes:
Martha or Duff... Martha or Duff...

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2013-07-02 10:28:38 AM
4 votes:
I was all about Serena Altschul back in the 90s.

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2013-07-02 10:57:32 AM
3 votes:
Kari...

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2013-07-02 10:41:25 AM
3 votes:

The DBS: Odd, her book title mentions "golden age of MTV", but she was on in the 90's.


Eh, the 90s were a bit of a golden age, at least before they popularized reality TV. The 90's were when MTV was most relevant to pop culture, started to become more than simple "Music Television". They were helping a younger generation learn about politics with their participation in Rock the Vote, they were bringing STD and AIDS awareness to a younger generation that likely blew off learning the same stuff in school. They started informing a younger generation about world events when those kids likely couldn't be bothered to watch regular news. There's a shiat load of stuff MTV started in the 90s that was pretty revolutionary for the time, a simple music video channel actually doing something kinda important. Of course those same things that were revolutionary at the time. Of course all that led to the channel becoming a total shiat sammich, but while the channel was popular in the 80s, it was most relevant in the 90s.
2013-07-02 09:12:22 AM
3 votes:
Desperate washed up fame whore say what?
2013-07-02 12:12:19 PM
2 votes:
.......KENNEDY
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//Really?  100+ comments and I'm the first?
2013-07-02 11:44:43 AM
2 votes:
Also, since this is MTV

EyeballKid: [www.nypost.com image 437x469]
I'm sorry, were we discussing something about when MTV peaked?

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2013-07-02 11:39:43 AM
2 votes:

MilesTeg: Kari...

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Came to say this:

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2013-07-02 11:11:59 AM
2 votes:

doczoidberg: Then by around 1998, TRL had taken over the network and all the good content was gone.

/Truth be told, MTV and Nickelodeon from about 1991-1995 were pretty good years.


Yeah, I knew MTV was pretty much over when they started not even showing the full video during TRL.


FTFY

Seriously... MTV started its death spiral when Road Rules and Real World got popular... around 1995(?) or so. Suddenly VH1 became relevant ( Pop up video presumably and being one of the only places to go if you still wanted to watch videos ) . Everyone who wanted to actually watch videos moved on or just sort of shrugged and gave up.

/Paladia is where it's at today man
2013-07-02 11:11:34 AM
2 votes:

Priapetic: Martha Quinn > Kennedy

That is all.


Erica Ehm >>>>> all.
LOL OK Canadian TV...

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2013-07-02 11:10:43 AM
2 votes:
Wellon Dowd: Odd Bird: Nina Blackwood > Martha Quinn > Kennedy

I'll see your Nina Blackwood and raise you an Erica Ehm

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2013-07-02 10:57:35 AM
2 votes:

Wellon Dowd: ChrisDe: dletter: Sybarite: Desperate washed up fame whore say what?

That being said.... nice book cover.

"The Golden Age of MTV"? I think she was about five years too late for that.

MTV peaked on August 2, 1981.

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Wrong!

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2013-07-02 10:48:52 AM
2 votes:
I remember thinking Kennedy was hot back when I was a teenager.  Oddly enough, whenever conversation about these TV stars from the 90's comes up, or whenever I bump into a girl I went to high school with, I always seem to think I had a crush on them.  It's almost as if I thought about farking every single female I was exposed to as a teenager.  Hmmmm....
2013-07-02 10:28:41 AM
2 votes:

Pockafrusta: Watched "Video Killed the Radio Star" in 81 to kick off MTV. Graduated High School in 1989. 

I don't remember this person.


"As 'Kennedy', [she] ushered in a new musical era for MTV as the host of Alternative Nation from 1992-1996, helping popularize bands like Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Nirvana." Between her and Loder, that's 90% of the non-video airtime in the mid-90s.

Go be old somewhere else.

// you're only a decade older than I
2013-07-02 10:24:34 AM
2 votes:

ChrisDe: dletter: Sybarite: Desperate washed up fame whore say what?

That being said.... nice book cover.

"The Golden Age of MTV"? I think she was about five years too late for that.


MTV peaked on August 2, 1981.

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2013-07-02 10:24:11 AM
2 votes:
Odd, her book title mentions "golden age of MTV", but she was on in the 90's.
2013-07-02 10:20:33 AM
2 votes:

Odd Bird: Priapetic: Anita Blackwood > Martha Quinn > Kennedy

That is all.

FTFM

/DNRTA b/c it's TMZ


Who?

/presume you mean Nina Blackwood
2013-07-02 10:19:54 AM
2 votes:
Watched "Video Killed the Radio Star" in 81 to kick off MTV. Graduated High School in 1989. 

I don't remember this person.
2013-07-02 09:53:04 AM
2 votes:

Sybarite: Desperate washed up fame whore say what?


That being said.... nice book cover.
2013-07-02 04:53:25 PM
1 votes:
I still say MTV could make a flippin killing if they launched a channel they just played the tapes from the beginning and cut in new commercials. Hell that would take care of my big screen party needs for the next decade.
2013-07-02 04:18:14 PM
1 votes:

The My Little Pony Killer: theflatline: Rapmaster2000: thecpt: At least it wasn't that one girl who won that contest... Jesse I think

An long-lost acquaintance told me a story about going with Jesse to the Clermont Lounge and Jesse at one-point disappearing only to be found later passed out with a needle and spoon in the back of a truck in the parking lot.  This was like 15 years ago when the Clermont wasn't a place where suburbanites would go to be "bad".  It was just bad.

Wasnt Jesse the flaming gay dude that I am going with idea Sascha Coens Bruno character was based on.

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Jesse was this smirking asshole. Talked like a surfer despite never being shown anywhere near a beach (outside of Spring Break specials).


Wasent he the ahole they picked off the street to be a VJ? They had that big contest and widdled it down and ended up with him. I think I remember reading he was homeless and they bought him underwear.


And why the lack of lust for Daisy Fuentes. I had her calendar, it was faptacular.
2013-07-02 02:59:30 PM
1 votes:

MilesTeg: Kari...


Lovely Marisol

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2013-07-02 01:16:33 PM
1 votes:

WarshCloth: Not to be all "Get off my lawn",  but do they even make music videos anymore?  I couldn't name the last song I saw a music video for.  Why make music videos if there's no place to play them.



YouTube, which is now the number one place that teens discover new music.
2013-07-02 01:04:53 PM
1 votes:
Not to be all "Get off my lawn",  but do they even make music videos anymore?  I couldn't name the last song I saw a music video for.  Why make music videos if there's no place to play them.
2013-07-02 12:52:04 PM
1 votes:

Orgasmatron138: Kennedy is also the same person who asked Martin Landau why he was at the Mission Impossible screening.  He suggested that maybe she do a little research if she's going to do red carpet interviews, and she came off it acting like he was the jerk.


Must have been institutional ignorance -- Tabitha Soren asked Bill Clinton, "Who's the Loneliest Monk?" after asking him to name his favorite jazz musician.
(He actually said Thelonious Monk. That she -- as a music reporter -- didn't know the name was pretty sad. )


\ I'll take Martha Q then or now.
\\ MTV started downhill when they added Adam Curry.
\\\ Get off my lawn
2013-07-02 12:38:00 PM
1 votes:
Anyone else read Subby's headline as Michael Jackson? I swear I read it 5 times and clicked on the link before this showed up correct;y.
2013-07-02 12:36:40 PM
1 votes:

Dingleberry Dickwad: The DBS: Odd, her book title mentions "golden age of MTV", but she was on in the 90's.

Eh, the 90s were a bit of a golden age, at least before they popularized reality TV. The 90's were when MTV was most relevant to pop culture, started to become more than simple "Music Television". They were helping a younger generation learn about politics with their participation in Rock the Vote, they were bringing STD and AIDS awareness to a younger generation that likely blew off learning the same stuff in school. They started informing a younger generation about world events when those kids likely couldn't be bothered to watch regular news. There's a shiat load of stuff MTV started in the 90s that was pretty revolutionary for the time, a simple music video channel actually doing something kinda important. Of course those same things that were revolutionary at the time. Of course all that led to the channel becoming a total shiat sammich, but while the channel was popular in the 80s, it was most relevant in the 90s.


MTv is WHY we have Reality TV. The Real World was the beginning of the end. Although there was definitely some good times in the 90's, it's when MusicTelevision(Otherwise known as MTv), started to turn away from music itself and become a channel of TV shows. I still watched through about '95 or so, but stopped entirely until '99 or so when I turned it on one day and realized that they now had a 1 1/2 hour block in the middle of the night as their entire 'music videos' content. Really, this started in the late 80's with Remote Control, whatever it was Julie Brown hosted, and a few other shows, but it took off in the 90's and killed the channel completely.
2013-07-02 12:30:21 PM
1 votes:

Dingleberry Dickwad: Eh, she was cute in a way back then, but dear god her personality on whatever she was hosting back then was annoying as fark. If she had that personality in real life I can see why she was a virgin for so long.  Frankly she looks better now than she ever did back then.


I'm not sure that I can stress that enough, but I'm gonna try... Somewhere near the end of the 90's, I would see her occasionally(I'm guessing on MTv, although I can't remember), and she had mellowed some, and was finally tolerable. She's boinkable though, especially if that book cover pic is recent.

I couldn't have done her either, if that was her real personality.

Duff, though... Yum.
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2013-07-02 12:01:43 PM
1 votes:

Tyrosine: Canadian TV generally does not play well to American audiences, often for good reason.


Canadian TV, with some exceptions, is lowest-common-denominator pablum paid for by our taxes. Canadians are a bland, boring, conservative bunch overall.
2013-07-02 11:33:02 AM
1 votes:
I remember when MTV used to play videos, and the 'M' didn't necessarily stand for 'Morans'.

Also: Fark, I am disappoint that no one mentioned Carolyne Heldman yet.

*sigh* Off to tie an onion to my belt....
2013-07-02 11:17:49 AM
1 votes:
25.media.tumblr.com

MTV peaked right around here.
2013-07-02 11:13:26 AM
1 votes:
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I'm sorry, were we discussing something about when MTV peaked?
2013-07-02 10:59:18 AM
1 votes:

doczoidberg: Then by around 1998, TRL had taken over the network and all the good content was gone.

/Truth be told, MTV and Nickelodeon from about 1991-1995 were pretty good years.


Yeah, I knew MTV was pretty much over when they started not even showing the full video during TRL.

They started just showing a little clip from each one. I was like, "What the fark is the point of this? I'm done with you guys."


For me it was when 120 Minutes started playing stuff that was also in America's Top 40.
2013-07-02 10:56:55 AM
1 votes:

fat_free: In the late 80s, I told myself that I'd always try to stay current on the latest music, watch MTV and read Rolling Stone magazine, even into old age.  My MTV viewing ended about 6 years after that; Rolling Stone, 3.


There's a new band in town, but you can't get the sound from a story in a magazine aimed at your average teen
2013-07-02 10:56:21 AM
1 votes:
Then by around 1998, TRL had taken over the network and all the good content was gone.

/Truth be told, MTV and Nickelodeon from about 1991-1995 were pretty good years.



Yeah, I knew MTV was pretty much over when they started not even showing the full video during TRL.

They started just showing a little clip from each one. I was like, "What the fark is the point of this? I'm done with you guys."
2013-07-02 10:54:45 AM
1 votes:

fat_free: In the late 80s, I told myself that I'd always try to stay current on the latest music, watch MTV and read Rolling Stone magazine, even into old age.  My MTV viewing ended about 6 years after that; Rolling Stone, 3.


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2013-07-02 10:54:25 AM
1 votes:

fat_free: In the late 80s, I told myself that I'd always try to stay current on the latest music, watch MTV and read Rolling Stone magazine, even into old age.  My MTV viewing ended about 6 years after that; Rolling Stone, 3.


I'm pretty sure that is how you stay current on the latest music.
2013-07-02 10:50:02 AM
1 votes:
In the late 80s, I told myself that I'd always try to stay current on the latest music, watch MTV and read Rolling Stone magazine, even into old age.  My MTV viewing ended about 6 years after that; Rolling Stone, 3.
2013-07-02 10:44:49 AM
1 votes:

Dingleberry Dickwad: The DBS: Odd, her book title mentions "golden age of MTV", but she was on in the 90's.

Eh, the 90s were a bit of a golden age, at least before they popularized reality TV. The 90's were when MTV was most relevant to pop culture, started to become more than simple "Music Television". They were helping a younger generation learn about politics with their participation in Rock the Vote, they were bringing STD and AIDS awareness to a younger generation that likely blew off learning the same stuff in school. They started informing a younger generation about world events when those kids likely couldn't be bothered to watch regular news. There's a shiat load of stuff MTV started in the 90s that was pretty revolutionary for the time, a simple music video channel actually doing something kinda important. Of course those same things that were revolutionary at the time. Of course all that led to the channel becoming a total shiat sammich, but while the channel was popular in the 80s, it was most relevant in the 90s.


Agree with this. MTV hit a sweet spot in the early 90s, just around the 1992 elections. They had a good balance of news, videos, music-related content, and non-musical stuff (Liquid Television, etc.).

Then by around 1998, TRL had taken over the network and all the good content was gone.

/Truth be told, MTV and Nickelodeon from about 1991-1995 were pretty good years.
2013-07-02 10:36:25 AM
1 votes:

IdBeCrazyIf: filet my vag like a sea bass

This is going into my common vernacular


I read that line and briefly pondered how the rest of the book must read. I think I'm going to give it a pass.
2013-07-02 10:35:05 AM
1 votes:
Kennedy was cute as hell back in the day.
2013-07-02 10:34:16 AM
1 votes:
Hey! It's the host of Friend or Foe on Game Show Network!

...yes, that is where I remember her from. I also still, to this day, think of Ryan Seacrest as the host of a kids' game show called Click.
2013-07-02 10:33:54 AM
1 votes:

wambu: Are we talking anal or oral virginity?

/or was that already gone?


You're thinking of Downtown Julie Brown.
2013-07-02 10:30:19 AM
1 votes:

Wellon Dowd: Odd Bird:  Nina Blackwood > Martha Quinn > Kennedy



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There is only one way to solve the Nina < > Martha debate. I shall go back in time, have them both bathed and brought upon my chambers, and emerge a few minutes hours later with a decision.

But if we're talking CURRENT Nina < > Martha: TEAM MARTHA!!!!
2013-07-02 10:26:13 AM
1 votes:
Hey that kinda rhymes.  Intentional on the part of the submitter?
2013-07-02 10:22:27 AM
1 votes:

dletter: Sybarite: Desperate washed up fame whore say what?

That being said.... nice book cover.


"The Golden Age of MTV"? I think she was about five years too late for that.
2013-07-02 10:21:33 AM
1 votes:
Grade-A bull plop.
2013-07-02 10:21:20 AM
1 votes:

Super Chronic: /presume you mean Nina Blackwood


... and coincidentally, it appears "Blackwood" could be the title of a chapter of Kennedy's book.

/ducks
2013-07-02 10:02:09 AM
1 votes:
I don't give a shiat about her stories but I did have a crush on Kennedy as a kid. She was no Duff though.
 
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