Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Earth's Environment Threatened By Clash Of Rosie O'Donnell's And Barbara Walters' Egos

The clash of egos on ABC's "The View" program now that Rosie O'Donnell has joined the show could be so strong that Earth's environment may literally be ripped away by cataclysmic forces, environmentalists and gossip columnists warned at a joint press conference in New York Tuesday.
Scientists had already registered a serious impact on the environment during the turbulent period when Star Jones left the show. But when O'Donnell was signed as her replacement, they began to project doomsday scenarios.
"There is the strong possibility of Category 3 hubris from O'Donnel combining with Category 5 vanity from Barbara Walters," said Walter Gossmeyer, editor of the Web site "Taken together, these two forces could build up enough pressure to blow the roof off the studio. Bring the wrong guest onto the set -- like Alec Baldwin, whose so full of himself his ego could power downtown Seattle -- and you're talking a perfect storm. The resulting pulsations of self-involvement could become an irresistable force. How Joy Behar's pettiness affects the picture is a whole other question."
In the worst-case scenario, the group warned that bringing all five stars of "Desperate Housewives" to the set at the same time, and asking them to pose for a photo, would unleash an ego storm of such magnitude that civilization itself may not survive.
"Like it or not, here I am!" Rosie shouted Tuesday during the taping of her first show. Walters later asked "What's all the fuss about?"
But Gossmeyer said scientists at a monitoring station in Ohio had already picked up dangerous seismic readings. "Take some of that negative karma from Dan Rather aimed at Katie Couric and add that to the mix, and we've got a dangerous witches' brew," he said.


Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

<< Home