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Friday, 10 September 2004

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Wishing he would have saved the money he made from "Friends" is Matt LeBlanc, pictured above.

NBC STUDIOS-- At a boardroom conference meeting this morning, top NBC officials held a meeting about the cancellation of the T.V. series, "Joey" starring Matt LeBlanc. After just one hour it finally ended with the cancellation of the show.

Nielsen ratings showed a laughable 0.005% rating for the show's season premiere. Data also concluded that only 500 viewers witnessed this horrific sitcom.

NBC chairman, Don Rittiman, issued a statement at the meeting. "My prediction is that this show would have been a future liability if we continued airing it," he stated. He was then alerted by a board member that it was already liability for sucking so bad. He also went onto say that advertisers have been calling all day about wanting their commercials pulled from that time slot, or they will seek legal action if necessary.

After countless attempts and failures our reporters finally caught up with someone that watched the suckass show. Here's what he had to say.

"You just knew it would get canned pretty soon," Russel Tibbets said. "But, after just one show, that's funny." "It was so hard to follow, I mean LeBlanc lives with his sister and her genius 20 year old son and throw some other lameass characters in there as well." "I also didn't understand how he was an up and coming actor in Hollywood when all he did was sit in the apartment and chit chat all day." "I did some research and the mom in real life is seven years older than her onscreen son!" "I mean how dumb does NBC think we are?" he went onto say.

Reporters also caught up with LeBlanc, the star of the flopped series, at his Hollywood mansion. "Get the hell off my lawn!" an unkempt and unshaven LeBlanc screamed. This was not like the talkative and outgoing Matt America is used to seeing. We finally had to leave when he threatened to call the police.

Reports of members of the paparazzi seeing LeBlanc put up a for sale sign on his lawn are unconfirmed as of presstime. One thing that is confirmed though, is that America will not be forced to view yet another horrible sitcom.

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