Carl Jones, a former assistant prop master for “House, M.D.,” is suing Universal (the show’s production studio), claiming that he was fired this spring because he didn’t engage in the totally awesome alleged behavior of his supervisors. From Fox 411:
In the suit, Jones claims he was harassed by two of his supervisors for refusing to engage in “visits to strip bars, participation in getting drunk, stoned or intoxicated on cocaine, to participate in sexual conduct at the trailer, and other dangerous conduct.”
More like dangerously AWESOME.
Jones claims the supervisors would often refer to him — and other employees — as “f*gs, pussies, b**ches, slaves, dummies, retards and idiots.”
I’m a man who enjoys a good slur, but even I can tell you that it’s wrong to call people figs.
In the docs, Jones claims he watched his supervisors get drunk on tequila and engage in “throwing a knife at a target on set.”
Hey, if there’s something else you’re supposed to do while drunk on tequila at work, I’m all ears. *throws knife at TV*