CBS’ The Talk, which is like a clone of The View on internet-bought Amberen and Vagisil foam, is coming back for a second season this Fall, but Deadline reports that both Leah Remini and Holly Robinson Peete have been kicked out of the coop. Their sources say that the show’s co-creator Sara Gilbert (aka forever Darlene Conner to me), Sharon Osbourne and Julie Chen have all been asked to come back. Julie Chen coming back is not a surprise since she’s married to the head of CBS Les Moonves. The #1 rule in TV is: if the boss is cumming on your back, you’re coming back!
But Page Six says that the Asian robot wrapped in bronzer dough is the main reason why Leah and Holly aren’t coming back. Sources say that The Chenbot rules those bitches hard and let’s it be known that they better abide by the ridiculous pieces of shit that come flying out of her mouth. The source went on to say that during that Casey Anthony shit, The Chenbot banned her co-hosts from talking about it unless she’s at the table since the busted hard drive in her head has a copy of Journalism for Dummies on it, making her a serious journalist! The source put it like this:
“[Julie] said, ‘My husband feels strongly that you should not be talking about news [without me], you are not news people.’ Sharon just said, ‘I don’t know about this.’ She’d had enough. ”
A different source says that the gutter raccoon of Scientology known as Leah Remini is also a rusty thorn shoved up The Talk’s lumpy ass. That source had this to say about Leah:
“[Remini] was a disruptive force. She had a huge morale problem. Her mother never parked in her assigned space. She was told not to park in the lot anymore. ”
I didn’t need some anonymous source to tell me that Leah Remini is the fucking worst. Every time Leah opens her trucker mouth on that show, it feels like I’m getting DPed in the ears by a thorny dragon lizard and an anorexic porcupine. Listening to Leah talk is about as pleasant as sticking your head in a paint shaking machine.
That rough bitch and Holly Robinson Peete getting kicked off the show is a good thing. But I only say that because now there won’t be any hos between Sharon Osbourne and Julie Chen. That means Sharon can finally attack The Chenbot and chew her circuit wires out while a motionless Sara Gilbert just sits there like D.J. Conner at the Thanksgiving children’s table.