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Thursday, 16 September 2004

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Crappy shows like "The Assistant" were momentarily forgotten about during the airing of the music video.

MTV STUDIOS-- In an effort to shock and awe viewers, MTV played one music video as a reminder to their newer generation fans that they once used to play music videos instead of crappy reality shows and other various suck ass programs. However, not very many fans were able to partake in this rare event do to the video airing at 3:00AM ET. But, through rave reviews MTV has shown plans of the possibility of airing two videos back-to-back over the course of next month.

The airing came between a Road Rules vs Real Word Reunion Marathon and the airing of another episode of Jackass. The video was some new Nelly video that was kept short and sweet by not being played in its entirety. This trick has been used by MTV ever since they used to play music videos many years ago.

Reporters actually caught up with a fan that was not asleep and able to view this rare phenomenon. "I was getting ready to watch a Jackass episode that I had already seen like thirty times when it just happened," stated Herman Oxley. "I was like this can't be MTV." I must have sat on the remote and accidentily changed the station to another channel or something."

The showing of this video can only mean one thing. MTV is finally giving a response to the millions of fans that are tired and fed up with their horrible programs and want to see more music videos. Shows like "The Assistant" which features a rude and border line gay guy yelling and screaming at contestants that are competing to be his "Assistant".

"My God, I'm so sick of watching a little bitch whine and cry about wanting a record deal and saying she doesn't want to be compared to her older sister." "Newsflash Ashlee, Jessica is the only reason you'll ever be famous," stated Oxley referring to the Ashlee Simpson Show. "Jesus, MTV will make a reality show out of anything," he added.

"And, I might need a garbage pale to vomit in if I see one more episode of Punk'd," Herman said. "Does MTV really think we are that naive and don't realize that the show is staged?' "Do us all a favor MTV, do what the M stands for in MTV and play some damn music videos!"

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