Tyra Banks Show Proves Old Adage That Pretty Faces Should Be Seen And Not Heard
on 4/24/2006 (6)
ASSOCIATED PULL - The new Tyra Banks Morning Show lends credibility to the age-old adage that "pretty faces should be seen and not heard" according to Hollywood analyst Trevor Razor in a no-holds-barred interview with entertainment pundits and reporters.
|There will be no hitting, no striking, no hitting, no hitting... |
|Did I mention I modeled a 10 million dollar bra? |
"Tyra is a typical example of a supermodel that is better seen and not heard. After all, lets fess up, she didn't get paid to think, and I think that's safe to say for any pricey pretty face. I'm starting to wonder if the FOX network overlooked that, or maybe even planned the show that way. After all, the morning TV slot isn't the realm of rocket scientists, you know. Take a look at this recent diatribe between Tyra and a self-confessed male spousal abuser that was transcripted as follows:"
"Mr. Gobels, you came on this show to tell America that is is wrong to hit."
"T-That's correct Tyra. I-I feel so remorseful. I just don't know what to do...*sob!*
"Mr. Gobels, you know it is wrong to hit...to strike...to hit...to hit...to strike...to slap, no slapping...no hitting...no hitting...no striking..."
"u-Uh, yeah, I get it, that's why I'm here, to say that..."
"Mr. Gobels, we are about to bring your ex on stage with you. You are not to strike her...no hitting...no striking...no slapping...no slapping...no slapping..."
"Tyra, I get your goddamn drift, no hitting, no hitting, yeah, you know what, you're starting to really piss me off, I think..."
"Mr. Gobels, did you know that I modeled a 10 million dollar diamond studded bra? Mr. Gobels? Mr. Gobels, put down that chair!"
Razor rubbed his brow and chuckled softly
"That's pretty much the gist of the show, you might even call that a cerebral high point, in fact. The saddest part is that this Gobels guy agreed to come on the show in the first place. Truth be known, the real premise behind the Tyra Show is one of a proud, rich, black woman who was somehow slighted in the modeling industry because of her race, and wished for, and was granted, a TV show for use as a vehicle to get even with the white people she percieves as causing her so much pain. It's obvious her feelings were badly hurt sometime and someplace, and it's just a sad story all around, when you analyze it for what it really is."
This Hollywood trend of all looks, no intellect, programming promises to continue with "The Tom Cruise Theology Hour" slated for release this fall, and "The Paris Hilton Psychology Primer" later next year.
For more on the sordid soft underbelly of TV talk show hosts, see this smthop.com article about Maury:
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