Or, welcome to my low-maintenance heck.
In a followup to that last article, I figured I'd point out that variety shows have been rather successful in the past. Here's a clip from the one I have fond childhood memories of:Hee Haw
, which the big city critics absolutely hated, managed to attract a large audience, and remained on the air for over 10 years.
Rosie O'Donnell, who as far as I can tell, was given wide acclaim
by these same big-city elites before the show even aired, couldn't make it past opening night.
One would think that the message there would be clear enough. If one assumed that there were any coke-unmolested brain cells
in Hollywood, that is.