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(Deadline)   Ryan Seacrest learns Broncos fans weren't saying Boo-urns   (deadline.com) divider line 42
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2013-09-06 08:39:01 PM  
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Oh boo yourself
 
2013-09-06 08:54:07 PM  
I just wondered what the flying fark he was doing at a football game?  Is the man trying to host EVERYTHING???
 
2013-09-06 09:06:18 PM  
What a douche.
 
2013-09-06 10:38:21 PM  
Hmmmm...Ryan Seacrest or Joe Buck?  Ryan Seacrest or Joe Buck?  Ryan Seacrest or Joe Buck?

I'm gonna go with 'volume off'.
 
2013-09-06 10:39:22 PM  
American Idol on Fox.
Game shows and NFL on NBC.
Rockin' New Years Eve on ABC.

What, you got nothing for him CBS?
 
2013-09-06 11:01:56 PM  
HI, I'm a entertainer who does not entertain.
 
2013-09-06 11:12:11 PM  
Where's Michael Buffer when you need him.
 
2013-09-06 11:29:05 PM  
And the wussification of the NFL continues. I'm expecting Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift for the halftime show.
 
2013-09-06 11:37:00 PM  
Jesus, that was him? How much surgery has he had?

He was farking horrible but then they keep trying to shove soccer on us as well.
 
2013-09-07 12:08:41 AM  
The videos on the internet don't really do justice to just how loudly the crowd voiced its disapproval.   I was buying beers in the concourse when they started booing and I couldn't figure out why since the game wasn't supposed to start for another 10-15 minutes and then I see this twigboy on the jumbotron...seriously though, he might have been an improvement in the secondary if the Ravens had signed him before the game.
 
2013-09-07 12:09:01 AM  
I was saying Boo-urns.
 
2013-09-07 12:10:38 AM  
They were saying Boo-UNS.

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2013-09-07 12:20:09 AM  
#1:  I hate Ryan Seacrest.

#2:  Video proves nothing.

#3:  "Massive Booing of fans" all in the mind of Subby.

#4. ACTUAL booing of Seacrest available all over the internet.

#5. Subby Fail.

#6.  FARK fail, for greenlighting a simple, easy headline

#7.  FARK double FAIL for lack of effort.

#8.  FARK FAIL for knowing better.
 
2013-09-07 01:13:53 AM  

bluorangefyre: I just wondered what the flying fark he was doing at a football game?  Is the man trying to host EVERYTHING???


On the Soup on E!(Seacrest is all over that network), Joel McHale usually explains to the viewers what "sports" is any time there's a sports reference in the show.

He also makes a lot of Seacrest jokes.
 
2013-09-07 01:28:13 AM  

Benevolent Misanthrope: What a douche.


He might be a douche, but he's a hard worker.  The man never stops working.  I can respect that even if he is a douche.
 
2013-09-07 01:32:38 AM  
I don't get the hate for him... he's just a pretty face with a good voice and is pretty professional... just he's so vanilla -- like joe buck
 
2013-09-07 01:32:59 AM  

Lsherm: Benevolent Misanthrope: What a douche.

He might be a douche, but he's a hard worker.  The man never stops working.  I can respect that even if he is a douche.


Yeah, real hard work. walking out in an expensive suit to speak a few sentences in around 30 seconds and collecting a big check. Tough day in the office, I'm sure. Roofers have nothing on that guy.
 
2013-09-07 01:44:27 AM  

mongbiohazard: Lsherm: Benevolent Misanthrope: What a douche.

He might be a douche, but he's a hard worker.  The man never stops working.  I can respect that even if he is a douche.

Yeah, real hard work. walking out in an expensive suit to speak a few sentences in around 30 seconds and collecting a big check. Tough day in the office, I'm sure. Roofers have nothing on that guy.


He was a DJ before he left high school, has been in TV for twenty years and produces half the shows on E! I don't like him either but it's not because he's lazy.
 
2013-09-07 01:56:18 AM  

Lsherm: Benevolent Misanthrope: What a douche.

He might be a douche, but he's a hard worker.  The man never stops working.  I can respect that even if he is a douche.


Agreed.  I am sure if he started on ESPN or something similar, they would have clapped.  He just seems to happy all the time, that's why people probably hate him.  I will assume he nails hot girls, is rich as shiat and has an awesome job(s).  Maybe this is why he always has a smile on his face.  Haters gonna hate.
 
2013-09-07 02:08:47 AM  
1. I didn't hear the boos
3. Europe is on Palladia right now playing the final countdown. Seriously.
7. Profit?
 
2013-09-07 02:09:11 AM  
Very relevant. And Based.

/protect Lil B at all costs.
 
2013-09-07 02:12:16 AM  

Nina_Hartley's_Ass: mongbiohazard: Lsherm: Benevolent Misanthrope: What a douche.

He might be a douche, but he's a hard worker.  The man never stops working.  I can respect that even if he is a douche.

Yeah, real hard work. walking out in an expensive suit to speak a few sentences in around 30 seconds and collecting a big check. Tough day in the office, I'm sure. Roofers have nothing on that guy.

He was a DJ before he left high school, has been in TV for twenty years and produces half the shows on E! I don't like him either but it's not because he's lazy.


He runs a production company and has actually produced all the Dick Clark New Year's Strokin' Eve shows since Clark couldn't do it anymore, even when Clark was alive.  He doesn't just emcee events, he puts them on.  Coordinating New Years in NY is no small feat.
 
2013-09-07 03:55:34 AM  

Lsherm: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: mongbiohazard: Lsherm: Benevolent Misanthrope: What a douche.

He might be a douche, but he's a hard worker.  The man never stops working.  I can respect that even if he is a douche.

Yeah, real hard work. walking out in an expensive suit to speak a few sentences in around 30 seconds and collecting a big check. Tough day in the office, I'm sure. Roofers have nothing on that guy.

He was a DJ before he left high school, has been in TV for twenty years and produces half the shows on E! I don't like him either but it's not because he's lazy.

He runs a production company and has actually produced all the Dick Clark New Year's Strokin' Eve shows since Clark couldn't do it anymore, even when Clark was alive.  He doesn't just emcee events, he puts them on.  Coordinating New Years in NY is no small feat.


Serious question, no snark... what does "producing" really mean?  I always assumed it just meant putting money up.  Not in the music industry, where you actually do work to produce an album by being in the studio.  But I assumed that producing a TV show or movie merely meant you opened your wallet.
 
2013-09-07 04:02:23 AM  
He brought the Kardashians to TV.  He must DIAF.
 
2013-09-07 04:58:24 AM  

downstairs: Lsherm: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: mongbiohazard: Lsherm: Benevolent Misanthrope: What a douche.

He might be a douche, but he's a hard worker.  The man never stops working.  I can respect that even if he is a douche.

Yeah, real hard work. walking out in an expensive suit to speak a few sentences in around 30 seconds and collecting a big check. Tough day in the office, I'm sure. Roofers have nothing on that guy.

He was a DJ before he left high school, has been in TV for twenty years and produces half the shows on E! I don't like him either but it's not because he's lazy.

He runs a production company and has actually produced all the Dick Clark New Year's Strokin' Eve shows since Clark couldn't do it anymore, even when Clark was alive.  He doesn't just emcee events, he puts them on.  Coordinating New Years in NY is no small feat.

Serious question, no snark... what does "producing" really mean?  I always assumed it just meant putting money up.  Not in the music industry, where you actually do work to produce an album by being in the studio.  But I assumed that producing a TV show or movie merely meant you opened your wallet.


I read Lynda Obst's book, and she's a Hollywood producer.  It's a great book, but after finishing it I still have no idea what being a producer actually means.  I know it doesn't necessarily mean putting money up - it can also mean finding other people to put the money up.  It also means organizing all the components of whatever you're "producing" so you can make whatever it is you are working on.  People think about directors owning movies, but the real owner is probably the producer(s) who have to handle the business side of things.

In the IT world, I'd liken it to a project manager.
 
2013-09-07 05:33:01 AM  

Lsherm: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: mongbiohazard: Lsherm: Benevolent Misanthrope: What a douche.

He might be a douche, but he's a hard worker.  The man never stops working.  I can respect that even if he is a douche.

Yeah, real hard work. walking out in an expensive suit to speak a few sentences in around 30 seconds and collecting a big check. Tough day in the office, I'm sure. Roofers have nothing on that guy.

He was a DJ before he left high school, has been in TV for twenty years and produces half the shows on E! I don't like him either but it's not because he's lazy.

He runs a production company and has actually produced all the Dick Clark New Year's Strokin' Eve shows since Clark couldn't do it anymore, even when Clark was alive.  He doesn't just emcee events, he puts them on.  Coordinating New Years in NY is no small feat.


Your post got me a-wonderin'... what if Seacrest, hungry for more high-profile work, was responsible for Dick Clark's stroke?
 
2013-09-07 07:01:33 AM  

docmattic: Lsherm: Nina_Hartley's_Ass: mongbiohazard: Lsherm: Benevolent Misanthrope: What a douche.

He might be a douche, but he's a hard worker.  The man never stops working.  I can respect that even if he is a douche.

Yeah, real hard work. walking out in an expensive suit to speak a few sentences in around 30 seconds and collecting a big check. Tough day in the office, I'm sure. Roofers have nothing on that guy.

He was a DJ before he left high school, has been in TV for twenty years and produces half the shows on E! I don't like him either but it's not because he's lazy.

He runs a production company and has actually produced all the Dick Clark New Year's Strokin' Eve shows since Clark couldn't do it anymore, even when Clark was alive.  He doesn't just emcee events, he puts them on.  Coordinating New Years in NY is no small feat.

Your post got me a-wonderin'... what if Seacrest, hungry for more high-profile work, was responsible for Dick Clark's stroke?


It's not really that pleasant, but I can totally imagine Ryan Seacrest stroking Dick Clark.
 
2013-09-07 07:06:11 AM  
Seacrest was the cherry on the top of a Miracle Whip Sundae of fail in that production.

The sad thing is, I like NBC's football coverage, and think that Al Michaels/Chris Collinsworth are by far the best commentary team of all the channels. But anytime the camera was not pointed at the field of play and the audio was not carrying the voices of the only two people with anything relevant to say, the show was borderline unwatchable. And I even include Michaels' and Collinsworth's pregame segment in that.

Of course, that still leaves them miles ahead of ESPN, who have managed the astonishing feat of producing football so badly that, even when they have the only game on TV, football fans were turned off. (Don't think MNF is in trouble? Pay attention to the ads. They're the kind of thing you expect to see at 2am during a SyFy Sharkathon, not during the exclusive Monday night football game. They show you how little advertisers value the MNF audience.)
 
2013-09-07 07:48:29 AM  
I have an off topic (mostly) question.  On NBC's NFL coverage, do they use a lot of blur in and blur out shots on the screen and the graphics (score, stats, etc).  I feel on my screen (using digital cable) it often seems blurry during transitions.  I don't see this on any other network.  I was just wondering if anyone else has noticed this before.
 
2013-09-07 08:11:25 AM  
My favorite part was "The Final Countdown" being played at the beginning. Who thought that was a good idea?
 
2013-09-07 08:36:36 AM  
What kind of marketing douchebag thought that the average football fan wanted to see Seacrest?
 
2013-09-07 08:55:30 AM  

Nemo's Brother: What kind of marketing douchebag thought that the average football fan wanted to see Seacrest?


The same ones who have people like Beyonce as a half time show.
 
2013-09-07 09:08:47 AM  
This effeminate douche needs to get back to kissing the kardassian's asses.
 
2013-09-07 09:33:10 AM  

GoodHomer: And the wussification of the NFL continues. I'm expecting Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift for the halftime show.


Taylor Swift played the kickoff event last year or two years ago, didn't she?
 
2013-09-07 10:41:46 AM  

steamingpile: Jesus, that was him? How much surgery has he had?

He was farking horrible but then they keep trying to shove soccer on us as well.


I don't think he's had surgery - I think he's actually made out of some weird substance.
 
2013-09-07 10:47:46 AM  

czetie: Seacrest was the cherry on the top of a Miracle Whip Sundae of fail in that production.

The sad thing is, I like NBC's football coverage, and think that Al Michaels/Chris Collinsworth are by far the best commentary team of all the channels. But anytime the camera was not pointed at the field of play and the audio was not carrying the voices of the only two people with anything relevant to say, the show was borderline unwatchable. And I even include Michaels' and Collinsworth's pregame segment in that.

Of course, that still leaves them miles ahead of ESPN, who have managed the astonishing feat of producing football so badly that, even when they have the only game on TV, football fans were turned off. (Don't think MNF is in trouble? Pay attention to the ads. They're the kind of thing you expect to see at 2am during a SyFy Sharkathon, not during the exclusive Monday night football game. They show you how little advertisers value the MNF audience.)


Isn't ESPN a pay channel?
They may believe MNF raises the subscription rate.
 
2013-09-07 12:42:22 PM  
There is literally not enough money in the world to make me watch one second of that douchebag.

Seriously.
 
2013-09-07 04:46:00 PM  

CodeMonkey4Life: Isn't ESPN a pay channel?
They may believe MNF raises the subscription rate.


Yes. In fact it's not just *a* pay channel, it's *the* pay channel, in terms of what cable/dish providers have to pay to carry it. And yes, the potential viewership of MNF is a part of the value.

Think of the shabby state of MNF advertising as a leading indicator for how much less the property might be worth when the cable deals next come up for negotiation.

In fairness, MNF may have touched bottom during the era of "three in the booth/conduct a daytime TV style interview with a B list movie star while the 3rd quarter takes place in the background", and rebounded a little since then, but it's still way off its highs.
 
2013-09-08 03:19:57 AM  

jmr61: There is literally not enough money in the world to make me watch one second of that douchebag.

Seriously.


If that's the case perhaps you should find someone to talk to, because you apparently have some serious issues.
 
2013-09-08 08:14:17 AM  
I'm mostly indifferent to him. Probably makes more money every year than every member of fark combined. That said, stay the fark away from football and go back to your stupid game shows or whatever the fark you're doing now.
 
2013-09-08 08:23:58 AM  

abhorrent1: I'm mostly indifferent to him. Probably makes more money every year than every member of fark combined. That said, stay the fark away from football and go back to your stupid game shows or whatever the fark you're doing now.


NBC, ESPN and Fox all repeatedly make the mistake of treating football audiences as a passive receptacle into which they can pour unlimited amounts of cross-promotion. The assumption seems to be that football fans will put up with anything.
 
2013-09-08 09:07:02 AM  

czetie: NBC, ESPN and Fox all repeatedly make the mistake of treating football audiences as a passive receptacle into which they can pour unlimited amounts of cross-promotion. The assumption seems to be that football fans will put up with anything.


The NFL too. Some of the shiat they put out there at halftime. I mean, Are NFL fans really the target market for Beyonce & Nicki Minaj? Stupid..
 
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