HOLLYWOOD - It was not a good Easter holiday for Joan Rivers who got a call from the top executive at Donald Trump Hairdo Productions, who produce her reality game show Etch A Sketch This.
Harvey F. Switchowitz III, informed the comedienne known as "The Queen of Mean" that her show had been cancelled.
Joan "The Moan" ranted and raved and moaned up a storm asking why in the world they had axed her reality show which she felt was a hit and could have been the next Wheel of Fortune.
Mr. Switchowitz pointed out that although the show did beat out four of the shows in its time slot, Hawaii Five-0, Cosmetologist Rehab, The Halibut Hunters, and Khloe and Lamar the decision was made to cancel the show.
When Rivers asked why she was told that it was due to internal reasons that had caused all of the shows sponsors to drop their television ads.
Switchowitz told Ms. Rivers that the sponsors including Paul Bunyan Men's Deodorant, Dos Equis Beer, Hyundai, and Cellulite-Be-Gone Cream did not like the fact that two of the celebrity judges had used their Etch-A-Sketches to draw vulgar pictures.
Ms. Rivers emphasized that whoever objected should have informed her and she would have had no problem firing the two judges in question, Russell Brand and Ricky Gervais. She knew that the third judge Tim Tebow had certainly not draw anything that was deemed anywhere near unacceptable.
Switchowitz told her that it was too late and that plans were already in the works to replace her show with a brand new reality show tentatively titled, Kim and Kanye.
[EDITOR'S NOTE: Joan Rivers says that she plans to write the Benevolent Bureau of Broadcasting and register a written complaint. Good luck with that Joan. The chances of the BB of B changing their mind are nil since Donald Trump is the BB of B executive senior director.]