LOS ANGELES - Producers, actors, crew members, hair stylists, and fake Playboy bunnies were all stunned as the highly-touted and extremely publicized new show The Playboy Club has just had the dubious distinction of being the very first casualty of the new television season.
TV ClickerWorld's Actung Zumwalt said that many television critics believed that the first show to be cancelled would have been Up All Night, the story that revolves around a baby that does very typical baby stuff like sleep, cry, eat, drink, go number one, burp, cry, sleep, go number one, eat, cry, burp, go number two, sleep, and cry.
A spokeswoman for The Playboy Club Gabriella F. Nutmoney was so shocked at the cancellation that she literally could not talk to the entertainment media.
A spokesman for the spokeswoman said that when Ms. Nutmoney was told of the cancellation that she started crying very uncontrollably and as a result her eye liner ran onto her face cheeks, and slithered down her Governor Jan Brewer's The Man sweat shirt, and actually landed on her Nike's.
Zumwalt said that he was able to talk with one of the stars who did not want her name revealed and that the actress had pointed out that the reason she feels why she show was cancelled was because of LeAnn Rimes.
The unnamed actress was asked to explain how in the world she figured that LeAnn Rimes could even remotely be responsible for having the show cancelled.
She replied because Rimes would visit her husband Eddie Cibrian who stars on the show and every time she would show up on the set it made all of the Playboy bunnies uncomfortable due to the fact that Rimes is so skinny that she literally makes a drink swizzle stick look overweight.
So as a result some of the actresses on the show would become so uncomfortable that they would forget their lines or else mess them up and the quality of the show suffered.
One thing that many critics brought out was the fact that women did not care for the show. One television survey that was conducted by the highly reputable Looky Looky TV Group brought out the fact that the total number of American women between the ages of 30 and 50 who actually watched the show never got above the 700 number for the entire country.
Zumwalt also pointed out that from the very beginning the show, which was set in 1961, was on a very tight budget and that the actresses portraying Playboy bunnies actually had to either sew their own bunny outfits as in the case of Amber Heard who portrayed Playboy bunny Maureen, or else they had to pay a professional seamstress to make them a bunny outfit.
SHOW TIDBIT: One of the actresses Leah Renee Cudmore who portrayed Playboy bunny Alice was so gung ho about having the authentic 60s bunny look that she actually went on eBay and found and purchased half a dozen official Playboy bunny panties that had been worn by an actual Chicago Playboy bunny back in 1961.