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(TV By the Numbers)   Here Comes Honey Boo Boo holiday special draws series record of 3.1 million viewers. "Mama June may not have conquered her fear of mayonnaise, but she and her family dominated the primetime cable space"   ( tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com) divider line
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2013-01-09 05:46:25 PM  
How soon before honey boo boo does porn? I might be talked into watching that.

/having a seat over there........
2013-01-09 07:44:37 PM  
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2013-01-09 08:15:33 PM  
i watched it.

your hate only makes me stronger.
2013-01-09 09:08:12 PM  

sarahthustra: your hate only makes me stronger.

What about disappointment and pity?
2013-01-09 09:18:57 PM  
If the the Thompsons were black, then the haters could be racist as well as jealous
2013-01-09 09:42:23 PM  
So something like 1% of America watches a show, and it's some sort of epidemic?
2013-01-09 10:31:54 PM  

Olympic Trolling Judge: What about disappointment and pity?

2013-01-09 10:52:35 PM  

FishyFred: The My Little Pony Killer: FishyFred: They're smarter than you think. June is putting the money for the show into trust funds for the kids.

So? They're just going to use the money to continue in their slobby lifestyle. It's not like any of them are going to think to use it for school or for anything that would contribute to society in any way. It's not going to save them from their horrendous upbringing.

I fail to see the problem.

Really? I find it hard to miss the blob whoring out her equally blobbish offspring.
2013-01-10 01:05:42 AM  

daysofinspiration: Jim from Saint Paul:

I hate everyone who watches this show because these HORRIBLE, HORRIBLE people make more money in a year then I make in almost 3. They wouldn't make that if people stopped watching.

/$40,000 would pay off all my bills but my house
//and leave me in a happy pool of sobbing tears.

That's reasonable to hate everyone who watches a tv show.

I hope you also hate everyone who watches sports, since the average NBA salary is $5.15 million, the average MLB salary is $3.31 million, and the average NFL salary is $1.9 million, all of which far exceed what the Boo Boo clan will make from the show.

Hopefully you hate everyone who goes to or watches movies, since A-list actors can make tens of millions per movie.

Of course, Paul McCartney's net worth was estimated at $800 million last year, so fark anyone who listens to The Beatles or music in general. Right?

Yeah, Honey Boo Boo's family makes a lot of money. They make more this year than most people will make in several years. But what they make is a drop in the bucket compared to the outrageous money other people in entertainment earn. They will go away in a year or two, while the salaries of professional athletes, already astronomically higher than anything Boo Boo will earn, will continue to rise.

Yes, but musicians, athletes and actors actually contribute something worthwhile to the arts, society and culture. Honey Boo Boo & Co. are paid thousands per episode to sit in front of a camera and slowly die of diabetes.
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