We are sinners in the hands of an angry God. That’s the only possible explanation why Fred Durst will star in a CBS sitcom. The God of the Old Testament is furious at all the sodomites and heretics, and so he has sent us a Durst sitcom to purge the earth of laughter.
The untitled comedy, sometimes referred to as Douchebag, has received a script commitment. It centers around a rock legend looking for balance between his high profile lifestyle and trying to raise a family. [Deadline]
This is all happening thanks to the connections of Durst’s manager, John Schneider, who most recently helped his brother Rob get a sitcom at CBS with almost the exact same premise. CBS: where famous person X has a wacky home life raising a family!
Meanwhile, over on little-watched NBC, “Community” just aired — and I’m not using hyperbole here — one of the best episodes of comedic television I’ve ever seen. Using little more than a six-sided die and a Raiders of the Lost Ark diorama, it told the same story in seven different realities, and with it pulled off seven variants of a joke about having sex with Eartha Kitt in an airplane bathroom. Yet millions and millions more people will watch a Fred Durst sitcom on CBS. No wonder God is angry.