Monday, October 19, 2009

Who the hell's Wolf?

Best Balloon Boy montage to date:

10 comments:

LimesNow said...

I just saw a headline pop up: "Heene stunt raises questions about children on reality TV". No fooling. Can you spell Gosselin? And some people watch this stuff so the shows remain on and these parents learn to make their (sizable - remember Jon drained the joint bank account of $180,000!) income that way while using children as pawns/tools. No wonder the little boy puked.

Erin O'Brien said...

I think that Mr. Heene is going to end up getting much more publicity than he bargained for.

As for Kate and her 8, or the Octomom for that matter, all I can say is GRRRR!

LimesNow said...

And they make money, lots of money, due to their particular brand of sickness. Occupation? Child exploiter.

VideoDude said...

And everyone who watches that crap on TV, is partially to blame!

I hate reality TV from "Idol" to "Dancin'" To "Jon & Kate"!

As long as we keep letting this human trash fill our airwaves, we can expect more stunts like this!

Once known as The Badger said...

A better question is Will the Wolf Survive?

Erin O'Brien said...

If this guy turns out guilty, he truly got what he deserved. When you employ a 6-yr-old in your ego-maniacal scheming, what do you expect?

That Falcon kid is my hero. From the barfing to the "who the hell is wolf?" to the "it's for the show" moment, that kid gave the performance of a lifetime.

I love how the dad is all ready for his "I'm ready for my close-up, Mr. Demille" moment, and the kid is right next to him, destroying it all so adeptly.

God bless America!

VideoDude said...

On Olbermann last night the played the themes song the guy had written, and recorded. "...Richard Heene Psyeince Detective". He really thought it was in the bag or balloon.

John said...

So, correct me if I'm wrong here because I want to understand completely. It's ok if I exploit my children for large sums of money by putting them in harms way, either physically or psychologically for the sake of entertainment and ratings. However, if it doesn't have a network logo on it and it's just a sweat shop full of kids assembling toys or shoes or whatever the product may be, it's abusive behavior and against our labor laws and moral values???? On a side note, does that make Santa Claus a criminal? Making those "elves" work so hard 364 days a year with no pay doesn't seem right either. We have spiraled out of control as a species and I'm not sure whether to laugh about it or vomit. Until I figure it out, you can find me on the couch watching my episodes of little people big world and Kate with her litter of 8 that I have loaded up on the Tivo. Good gravy, America.

Louise said...

Falcon is so great! I really love kids. They know how to con the con and still look like a cute little innocent...and who can get mad at you after you get sick on national television? Kudos, Falcon. You are the master!

Mauricem said...

That whole baloon boy thing was a ridulous hoax. What's funny is that now their trying to get away from the publicity they created. Not what they bargained for I guess.