I love a good bitch fight, but this is not one. This is kind of sad. Just picture tiny Chris Kattan and little Jeremy Piven barking at each other backstage at Alexa Chung’s MTV show. Gatecrasher reports that it all started when Chris rolled in on his Big Wheel, skipped up to Jeremy and said, “So, what are you here to promote, your Broadway play?” Of course, Chris was making fun of how Jeremy dropped out of a play, because he ate too much fish. Jeremy wasn’t about to let Chris ZING him like that, so he put down his dolly and fired back, “Well, what are you here to promote? Mango?” BURN! Grab your lunchbox and take a seat, because it’s about to be a TODDLER FIGHT!
The two went back and forth for a little bit, but shit got real when Jeremy delivered a low blow by making fun of Chris’ “in the gutter” career. That’s when Chris realized that Jeremy wasn’t playing around, but that he was doing that shit for real. Chris called a time out and told Jeremy that he was just making harmless fish jokes. It wasn’t not funny (copryright Tammy from The Real World: Los Angeles) to Jeremy. Before grabbing his dolly and going off to sulk in a corner, he shouted at Chris, “I’m getting sued for that shit! It’s not funny!”
15 minutes later, Chris tried to say he was sorry about the whole thing, but Jeremy wouldn’t listen and shut the door in his face! Jeremy’s spokeswhore laughed off the whole thing and said he knew it was just jokes. But Chris’ spokeswhore said something totally different: “Chris mistakenly asked Jeremy if he was there to promote his play and Piven fired back with ‘What are you here to promote, Mango?’ Chris tried to apologize.”
Okay, okay. I take it back. This is a good bitch fight. It’s also pretty fucking hilarious. It’s like watching my chihuahua growl and snarl at his stuffed toy like he’s really ferocious. It makes you go “awwww” in the heart. The same goes with Chris and Jeremy. If only they were wearing little elf costumes. Then it would really be cute. And I’m surprised this fight when on that long. It would be pretty easy to break it up. Someone over 5’7″ just had to walk over pick them both up by the collars and then plop ’em back in the sandbox with their toys.