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(Examiner)   After Freddie Prinze Jr. trashed Keifer Sutherland over the weekend, the masses awaited Sutherland's blood-thirsty response. Unfortunately, Sutherland's response was nothing as expected   (examiner.com) divider line 62
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2014-07-29 09:22:26 AM
Was it a drunken ramble?
 
2014-07-29 09:55:06 AM
Sounds like Freddie's boy is a dick.

RIP Freddie Sr.
 
2014-07-29 11:08:06 AM

IamKaiserSoze!!!:

RIP Freddie Sr.


Chico couldn't deal with The Man
 
2014-07-29 11:23:36 AM
FTFA:

Prinze Jr. was the Cole Ortiz character in "24." It was during his job as that character alongside Sutherland who portrayed Jack Bauer that he said he just sort of stopped acting after that. Sutherland had nothing but complimentary things to say about Prinze Jr. in 2009, also. Five years ago, he said that "24" had some great actors joining the cast including Myketti Williamson as the head of CTU and Prinze Jr. as his partner in season 8 of the show. Back when they were working together, Sutherland said that it was a great balance between something that was new and what the fans would find familiar. In spite of Prinze Jr. assertions about quitting, he has actually guest starred on a few television programs since he worked on "24."

Someone got paid money to write that?  That is some of the worst "professional" writing I've ever seen.
 
2014-07-29 11:26:51 AM
Thats just Sutherlands PR stooge talking. Bauer is sharpening his meat cleaver.
 
2014-07-29 11:31:03 AM
I thought he quit acting after the Scooby Doo movies and became a writer/producer for WWE?

/seriously
 
2014-07-29 11:32:54 AM
"I enjoyed working together and wish him the best" is the ultimate Hollywood brushoff.

Translation: "I really don't give a fark what he thought about working with me five years ago, and it's not worth getting worked up about."
 
2014-07-29 11:33:32 AM

smurfco


FTFA:

Prinze Jr. was the Cole Ortiz character in "24." It was during his job as that character alongside Sutherland who portrayed Jack Bauer that he said he just sort of stopped acting after that. Sutherland had nothing but complimentary things to say about Prinze Jr. in 2009, also. Five years ago, he said that "24" had some great actors joining the cast including Myketti Williamson as the head of CTU and Prinze Jr. as his partner in season 8 of the show. Back when they were working together, Sutherland said that it was a great balance between something that was new and what the fans would find familiar. In spite of Prinze Jr. assertions about quitting, he has actually guest starred on a few television programs since he worked on "24."

Someone got paid money to write that? That is some of the worst "professional" writing I've ever seen.


It is pretty bad; the sentence structure is all over the place and Mykelti Williamson's name is misspelled.

I recommend three groinpunches for the author and six groinpunches for the (alleged) editor. If there is no editor, the remaining six groinpunches shall revert to the author and shall be served consecutively.
 
2014-07-29 11:36:29 AM

H31N0US: "I enjoyed working together and wish him the best" is the ultimate Hollywood brushoff.



Also very Canadian.
 
2014-07-29 11:39:17 AM

H31N0US: "I enjoyed working together and wish him the best" is the ultimate Hollywood brushoff.

Translation: "I really don't give a fark what he thought about working with me five years ago, and it's not worth getting worked up about."


Exactly.  Why would Sutherland get worked up over it?  Where's the upside?  Why should he care?

I'd also add that being willing to give up your chosen career over your experience with one person on a temporary job shows a lack of fortitude and self-control, whether or not your grievances with the guy have merit.
 
2014-07-29 11:40:36 AM
You'd quit your job too if you could just lay around banging Sarah Michelle Gellar.
 
2014-07-29 11:42:23 AM

smurfco: FTFA:

Prinze Jr. was the Cole Ortiz character in "24." It was during his job as that character alongside Sutherland who portrayed Jack Bauer that he said he just sort of stopped acting after that. Sutherland had nothing but complimentary things to say about Prinze Jr. in 2009, also. Five years ago, he said that "24" had some great actors joining the cast including Myketti Williamson as the head of CTU and Prinze Jr. as his partner in season 8 of the show. Back when they were working together, Sutherland said that it was a great balance between something that was new and what the fans would find familiar. In spite of Prinze Jr. assertions about quitting, he has actually guest starred on a few television programs since he worked on "24."

Someone got paid money to write that?  That is some of the worst "professional" writing I've ever seen.


Someone paid nothing to read that and is surprised is sucks?  That's some of the worst critical "thinking" I've ever seen.
 
2014-07-29 11:43:20 AM
Yeah, I'm gonna go with no on this one. That's what his agent released, but isn't necessarily what he actually said. Queefer has a bit of a reputation as an ass, I doubt his words and thoughts on the matter were quite so polite.
 
2014-07-29 11:44:48 AM
Prinze Jr. stated that Kiefer was the most unprofessional dude in the world.

He really called him a "dude"? I highly doubt that, but using the word is a subtle way on the part of the author to make Prinze look bad...
 
2014-07-29 11:45:23 AM

Jaden Smith First of His Name: You'd quit your job too if you could just lay around banging Sarah Michelle Gellar.


This is an option?  Where do I sign up?
 
2014-07-29 11:45:40 AM
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"Hey Freddie, some of the boys and me were wondering what Sarah Michelle Gellar is like in the sack.  Would you say that she was a moaner, Freddie? Seriously Freddie. I mean, does she go "ooooh" or does she lie there quiet and not do anything at all?"
 
2014-07-29 11:46:55 AM
Yeah, instead of becoming Harrison Ford, Freddie became Mark Hamill.  That's life - have another beer.

I just hope he's a better husband & father than his own ever was.
 
2014-07-29 11:50:40 AM

FLMountainMan: smurfco: FTFA:

Prinze Jr. was the Cole Ortiz character in "24." It was during his job as that character alongside Sutherland who portrayed Jack Bauer that he said he just sort of stopped acting after that. Sutherland had nothing but complimentary things to say about Prinze Jr. in 2009, also. Five years ago, he said that "24" had some great actors joining the cast including Myketti Williamson as the head of CTU and Prinze Jr. as his partner in season 8 of the show. Back when they were working together, Sutherland said that it was a great balance between something that was new and what the fans would find familiar. In spite of Prinze Jr. assertions about quitting, he has actually guest starred on a few television programs since he worked on "24."

Someone got paid money to write that?  That is some of the worst "professional" writing I've ever seen.

Someone paid nothing to read that and is surprised is sucks?  That's some of the worst critical "thinking" I've ever seen.


Hi, Scott!
 
2014-07-29 11:58:19 AM

Dingleberry Dickwad: Yeah, I'm gonna go with no on this one. That's what his agent released, but isn't necessarily what he actually said. Queefer has a bit of a reputation as an ass, I doubt his words and thoughts on the matter were quite so polite.


Given that Freddie's career since 24 has primarily been voice acting for cartoons and video games, I'm going with the "Kiefer doesn't give a shiat what Freddie thinks of him" angle.

/plus he gets points for appearing in the Beygency sketch
 
2014-07-29 12:08:57 PM

BEER_ME_in_CT: Thats just Sutherlands PR stooge talking. Bauer is sharpening his meat cleaver.


The truth of the matter is that Kiefer Sutherland has been dead since 5 episodes into season 1.  Jack Bauer killed him: nobody plays Jack Bauer but Jack Bauer.
 
2014-07-29 12:16:08 PM
Well, I suppose Freddie Prinze Jr. can rest on the laurels of other great cinematic works he's starred in: like Delgo.

My favorite quote about Delgo: "Failed films are a dime a dozen but Delgo is perhaps the floppiest flop ever to saunter floppily into flopsville and become Dean Of Failure At Flopsville State University."
 
2014-07-29 12:22:24 PM

Jaden Smith First of His Name: You'd quit your job too if you could just lay around banging Sarah Michelle Gellar.


Largely I see his comment as his wife's influence rubbing off on him.
 
2014-07-29 12:25:29 PM

puckrock2000: Dingleberry Dickwad: Yeah, I'm gonna go with no on this one. That's what his agent released, but isn't necessarily what he actually said. Queefer has a bit of a reputation as an ass, I doubt his words and thoughts on the matter were quite so polite.

Given that Freddie's career since 24 has primarily been voice acting for cartoons and video games, I'm going with the "Kiefer doesn't give a shiat what Freddie thinks of him" angle.

/plus he gets points for appearing in the Beygency sketch


Oh I'm sure Kiefer doesn't give a shiat, but I would have respected Kiefer himself saying, "Meh, so what?" more than his rep coming up with some nicely worded blowoff. At least Prinze's comment came from the horse's mouth so to speak, even if he did come off as a bit of a whiny biatch.
 
2014-07-29 12:26:26 PM

Mikey1969: Prinze Jr. stated that Kiefer was the most unprofessional dude in the world.


Unlike Prinze Jr., a consumate professional who talks shiat about his co-workers in the press.
 
2014-07-29 12:32:31 PM
Dingleberry Dickwad:
Oh I'm sure Kiefer doesn't give a shiat, but I would have respected Kiefer himself saying, "Meh, so what?" more than his rep coming up with some nicely worded blowoff. At least Prinze's comment came from the horse's mouth so to speak, even if he did come off as a bit of a whiny biatch.

I don't know.  I think this was the better way.  In a way he was saying "Not even worth five seconds of my words.  Hey rep, take care of this, and make me look like I'm nice, but that I really don't care".
 
2014-07-29 12:34:43 PM
What a non-article.
 
2014-07-29 12:40:40 PM

derio42: Well, I suppose Freddie Prinze Jr. can rest on the laurels of other great cinematic works he's starred in: like Delgo.

My favorite quote about Delgo: "Failed films are a dime a dozen but Delgo is perhaps the floppiest flop ever to saunter floppily into flopsville and become Dean Of Failure At Flopsville State University."


Nobody really "stars" in an animated film. And Freddie wasn't trashing Kiefer's resume, so don't know what your point is.
 
2014-07-29 12:44:42 PM

ParadisePornoTheater: Yeah, instead of becoming Harrison Ford, Freddie became Mark Hamill.  That's life - have another beer.

I just hope he's a better husband & father than his own ever was.


I would say Mark Hamill just did what he wanted to do and made a shiat ton of money without having to be in the public eye all the time.  He also has a great sense of humor about himself.
 
2014-07-29 12:46:17 PM
The city of Los Angeles once named a street after Jack Bauer in gratitude for his saving the city several times. They had to rename it after people kept dying when they tried to cross the street. No one crosses Jack Bauer and lives.
 
2014-07-29 12:50:26 PM
Editors? Who needs editors?
 
2014-07-29 12:50:44 PM

Dingleberry Dickwad: Oh I'm sure Kiefer doesn't give a shiat, but I would have respected Kiefer himself saying, "Meh, so what?" more than his rep coming up with some nicely worded blowoff. At least Prinze's comment came from the horse's mouth so to speak, even if he did come off as a bit of a whiny biatch.


Sending and underling to deliver the message sends exactly the message Sutherland wanted to send: Freddy Prinze Jr. and his opinions mean nothing. Nothing infuriates attention whores with an axe to grind more than being dismissed (and clearly Prinze is attention whoring, otherwise why say it publicly five years after the fact?)

I do the same thing at work: If someone has an issue that they keep going on about like a dog with a bone,  and I've tried every reasonable way to accommodate them and they're still not satisfied I just send the following:

"We have received your letter of July 29, 2014. Thank you for your correspondence"
 
2014-07-29 12:59:22 PM

smurfco: FTFA:

Prinze Jr. was the Cole Ortiz character in "24." It was during his job as that character alongside Sutherland who portrayed Jack Bauer that he said he just sort of stopped acting after that. Sutherland had nothing but complimentary things to say about Prinze Jr. in 2009, also. Five years ago, he said that "24" had some great actors joining the cast including Myketti Williamson as the head of CTU and Prinze Jr. as his partner in season 8 of the show. Back when they were working together, Sutherland said that it was a great balance between something that was new and what the fans would find familiar. In spite of Prinze Jr. assertions about quitting, he has actually guest starred on a few television programs since he worked on "24."

Someone got paid money to write that?  That is some of the worst "professional" writing I've ever seen.


It's examiner.com - the journalistic equivalent of a vanity book publisher.

/did not RTFA, won't click on examiner links.
 
2014-07-29 01:24:02 PM

ParadisePornoTheater: Yeah, instead of becoming Harrison Ford, Freddie became Mark Hamill.  That's life - have another beer.

I just hope he's a better husband & father than his own ever was.


Let it go, man.
 
2014-07-29 01:32:10 PM
And this is the second "article" I've seen about this kerfluffle that in no way offers any examples of Sutherland's allegedly offensive behavior.
 
2014-07-29 01:33:04 PM
Isn't it spelled Kiefer?

Anyway, I'm sure Kiefer will get drunk and headbutt Freddie at some point.
 
2014-07-29 01:34:23 PM

Tyrosine: Dingleberry Dickwad: Oh I'm sure Kiefer doesn't give a shiat, but I would have respected Kiefer himself saying, "Meh, so what?" more than his rep coming up with some nicely worded blowoff. At least Prinze's comment came from the horse's mouth so to speak, even if he did come off as a bit of a whiny biatch.

Sending and underling to deliver the message sends exactly the message Sutherland wanted to send: Freddy Prinze Jr. and his opinions mean nothing. Nothing infuriates attention whores with an axe to grind more than being dismissed (and clearly Prinze is attention whoring, otherwise why say it publicly five years after the fact?)

I do the same thing at work: If someone has an issue that they keep going on about like a dog with a bone,  and I've tried every reasonable way to accommodate them and they're still not satisfied I just send the following:

"We have received your letter of July 29, 2014. Thank you for your correspondence"


SBinRR: Dingleberry Dickwad:
Oh I'm sure Kiefer doesn't give a shiat, but I would have respected Kiefer himself saying, "Meh, so what?" more than his rep coming up with some nicely worded blowoff. At least Prinze's comment came from the horse's mouth so to speak, even if he did come off as a bit of a whiny biatch.

I don't know.  I think this was the better way.  In a way he was saying "Not even worth five seconds of my words.  Hey rep, take care of this, and make me look like I'm nice, but that I really don't care".


I think you're both giving Kiefer too much credit. Just going by his past behavior it likely went more like

Sutherland: "Wait, who said this? The guy from Scooby Doo and She's All That? When the flying fark did I work with that assclown? 5 years ago? No shiat? Well fark him and his stupid farking whiny biatch opinion. Which one of us is the major star of a hit show? "

Agent: "Shall I put out a statement as a reply?"

Sutherland: "Yeah, whatever. Get me some more blow while you're at it."
 
2014-07-29 01:38:40 PM

Dingleberry Dickwad: I think you're both giving Kiefer too much credit. Just going by his past behavior it likely went more like

Sutherland: "Wait, who said this? The guy from Scooby Doo and She's All That? When the flying fark did I work with that assclown? 5 years ago? No shiat? Well fark him and his stupid farking whiny biatch opinion. Which one of us is the major star of a hit show? "

Agent: "Shall I put out a statement as a reply?"

Sutherland: "Yeah, whatever. Get me some more blow while you're at it."


THAT TAKES TOO MUCH TIME!
 
2014-07-29 01:43:48 PM

Dingleberry Dickwad: Tyrosine: Dingleberry Dickwad: Oh I'm sure Kiefer doesn't give a shiat, but I would have respected Kiefer himself saying, "Meh, so what?" more than his rep coming up with some nicely worded blowoff. At least Prinze's comment came from the horse's mouth so to speak, even if he did come off as a bit of a whiny biatch.

Sending and underling to deliver the message sends exactly the message Sutherland wanted to send: Freddy Prinze Jr. and his opinions mean nothing. Nothing infuriates attention whores with an axe to grind more than being dismissed (and clearly Prinze is attention whoring, otherwise why say it publicly five years after the fact?)

I do the same thing at work: If someone has an issue that they keep going on about like a dog with a bone,  and I've tried every reasonable way to accommodate them and they're still not satisfied I just send the following:

"We have received your letter of July 29, 2014. Thank you for your correspondence"

SBinRR: Dingleberry Dickwad:
Oh I'm sure Kiefer doesn't give a shiat, but I would have respected Kiefer himself saying, "Meh, so what?" more than his rep coming up with some nicely worded blowoff. At least Prinze's comment came from the horse's mouth so to speak, even if he did come off as a bit of a whiny biatch.

I don't know.  I think this was the better way.  In a way he was saying "Not even worth five seconds of my words.  Hey rep, take care of this, and make me look like I'm nice, but that I really don't care".

I think you're both giving Kiefer too much credit. Just going by his past behavior it likely went more like

Sutherland: "Wait, who said this? The guy from Scooby Doo and She's All That? When the flying fark did I work with that assclown? 5 years ago? No shiat? Well fark him and his stupid farking whiny biatch opinion. Which one of us is the major star of a hit show? "

Agent: "Shall I put out a statement as a reply?"

Sutherland: "Yeah, whatever. Get me some more blow while you're at it."


I won't disagree with that.  Still, I'll give him credit for realizing at some point in his life that it would indeed be best if someone handled these things, instead of saying the first thing that he thought of (which was probably similar to what you mentioned).
 
2014-07-29 01:53:11 PM
I have never watched 24 but I assume its a totally lame version of MacGyver.
 
2014-07-29 02:12:19 PM

ParadisePornoTheater: Yeah, instead of becoming Harrison Ford, Freddie became Mark Hamill.  That's life - have another beer.

I just hope he's a better husband & father than his own ever was.


Coincidentally, both FPJ and Mark Hamill are now primarily voice actors.
 
2014-07-29 02:14:56 PM

medanzig: I have never watched 24 but I assume its a totally lame version of MacGyver.


Really? In 12 years, perhaps hearing it mentioned a dozen times, you never thought about checking out the pilot. Not committing to the whole series or anything, just checking out the first episode. "Hmm, I keep hearing about this show. It has some buzz. It's in real time, eh? That's a curious premise. Let me think. Nope, never going to watch a frame of it as long as I live and that's final."
 
2014-07-29 02:18:40 PM

medanzig: I have never watched 24 but I assume its a totally lame version of MacGyver.


Nah, it's more like Keifer Sutherland yelling a lot.
 
2014-07-29 02:23:41 PM

theflatline: ParadisePornoTheater: Yeah, instead of becoming Harrison Ford, Freddie became Mark Hamill.  That's life - have another beer.

I just hope he's a better husband & father than his own ever was.

I would say Mark Hamill just did what he wanted to do and made a shiat ton of money without having to be in the public eye all the time.  He also has a great sense of humor about himself.


cgraves67: ParadisePornoTheater: Yeah, instead of becoming Harrison Ford, Freddie became Mark Hamill.  That's life - have another beer.

I just hope he's a better husband & father than his own ever was.

Coincidentally, both FPJ and Mark Hamill are now primarily voice actors.


My points exactly.  And Mark also seems to have done well as a family man.  Hats off to him.  : - D
 
2014-07-29 02:41:16 PM

Decillion: medanzig: I have never watched 24 but I assume its a totally lame version of MacGyver.

Really? In 12 years, perhaps hearing it mentioned a dozen times, you never thought about checking out the pilot. Not committing to the whole series or anything, just checking out the first episode. "Hmm, I keep hearing about this show. It has some buzz. It's in real time, eh? That's a curious premise. Let me think. Nope, never going to watch a frame of it as long as I live and that's final."


For different reasons, I have not seen a single frame of it.  I am not going out of my way to avoid it.  I simply have other things that I do with me time.
 
2014-07-29 02:46:31 PM

theflatline: ParadisePornoTheater: Yeah, instead of becoming Harrison Ford, Freddie became Mark Hamill.  That's life - have another beer.

I just hope he's a better husband & father than his own ever was.

I would say Mark Hamill just did what he wanted to do and made a shiat ton of money without having to be in the public eye all the time.  He also has a great sense of humor about himself.


And he never rags on other actors in the press either....
 
2014-07-29 03:05:49 PM
jr is just pressed because a lush like Sutherland is  a bigger star than he is.

Remember Freddy sour grapes leave a bad taste in everyone's mouth and makes you look like the ass you're trying to portray him as. ;)

Could also be that he's embarrassed that his wife kicks more ass than he does. He's scared of her so he's striking out at a defenseless lush. Too bad this one gives no farks about him being pressed.
 
2014-07-29 03:42:41 PM

nimawai: jr is just pressed because a lush like Sutherland is  a bigger star than he is.

Remember Freddy sour grapes leave a bad taste in everyone's mouth and makes you look like the ass you're trying to portray him as. ;)

Could also be that he's embarrassed that his wife kicks more ass than he does. He's scared of her so he's striking out at a defenseless lush. Too bad this one gives no farks about him being pressed.


A guy likes to party when he has free time and he is a "defenseless lush"? How's the weather up there on that high horse?
 
2014-07-29 04:02:49 PM

H31N0US: nimawai: jr is just pressed because a lush like Sutherland is  a bigger star than he is.

Remember Freddy sour grapes leave a bad taste in everyone's mouth and makes you look like the ass you're trying to portray him as. ;)

Could also be that he's embarrassed that his wife kicks more ass than he does. He's scared of her so he's striking out at a defenseless lush. Too bad this one gives no farks about him being pressed.

A guy likes to party when he has free time and he is a "defenseless lush"? How's the weather up there on that high horse?


Oh come on. Everyone and their mother knows the guy is a lush. It's been very well documented in the press. There is a difference between party drinking and drinking so heavily that your antics make it in the paper.
 
2014-07-29 05:35:00 PM
Kiefer. The poor guy's name is Kiefer.
Also: It's Justin Bieber, and the sausages are Wieners.
It's not that hard to memorize, seriously.
 
2014-07-29 05:58:27 PM

nimawai: H31N0US: nimawai: jr is just pressed because a lush like Sutherland is  a bigger star than he is.

Remember Freddy sour grapes leave a bad taste in everyone's mouth and makes you look like the ass you're trying to portray him as. ;)

Could also be that he's embarrassed that his wife kicks more ass than he does. He's scared of her so he's striking out at a defenseless lush. Too bad this one gives no farks about him being pressed.

A guy likes to party when he has free time and he is a "defenseless lush"? How's the weather up there on that high horse?

Oh come on. Everyone and their mother knows the guy is a lush. It's been very well documented in the press. There is a difference between party drinking and drinking so heavily that your antics make it in the paper.


I love when people claim "common knowledge" and are too feckless to provide one cite.
 
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