This is an interview broadcast today from something called, and I kid you not, Sarahnetradio. (You can almost smell the stale Cheetos and cigarette smoke from here, can't you?)
This is how this radio show was described on the YouTube page:
This week on The Palin Update with Kevin Scholla: An engaging show about a wonderful daughter, sister, and mom! Bristol Palin: Life's A Tripp is a new program on Lifetime and today Kevin talks with the show's producer David Martin. Hear the inside story about Bristol and all the Palins! Plus, Governor Palin is the big guest at a Tea Party event in Michigan sponsored by Americans for Prosperity! We have some GRRReat audio highlights of the Governor's remarks.
Oh that is just sad.
Fortunately most of this clip features this David Martin, who is identified as the producer of Bristol's failed reality show, trying his best to act like he is at all interested in talking about Bristol, Sarah, and the huge embarrassment that they foisted on the unsuspecting public. However I should warn you that at around the 12:52 mark there is a segment of Palin's ultra screechy speech from the "Patriots in the Park" event this weekend. (Have your earplugs and a stiff drink at the ready.)
Here is my favorite quote from the inerview with this Martin guy:
"I think that the problem is that too many people want to see people crash and burn. And they want to see them make fools of themselves. And if you're going to tune in and see this show, that we've produced, you're not going to see that. You're just going to see a terrific girl trying to bring up a kid on her own, and her family gets involved every episode."
In other words, yes we have certainly seen our share of "crashing and burning" which is probably WHY this show got pushed out of prime time.
I thought this would be a good place to have an open thread for those who are biting the bullet and subjecting themselves to Bristol's constant whining and terrible attempts at acting tonight. So if you want go ahead and leave a comment for those of us several hours behind, or avoiding the program altogether.
Personally I think I will watch me some Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert tonight (I missed you guys SO much1), but I will check in from time to time to see just how much more damage Bristol is doing to her family's brand.
By the way for those who keep insisting that tonight's episode is the last one, I'm afraid that is just wishful thinking as there are fourteen episodes in all listed here.
But don't worry since every episode seems to drive the stake further and further through the heart of the Palin family's ability to continue whoring themselves out for money.
And as Martha Stewart would say, "That's a good thing."