Hollywood Internet and TV tabloids 'turn on' Dr. Phil

Funny story written by Robert W. Armijo

Tuesday, 8 January 2008

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Dr. Phil catches heat from 'The DMZ' Internet, TV style tabloids for doing his job

Hollywood, California - Ironically the only one out of the lot in tensile town actually capable of helping Britney in her time of need of medical mental intervention, Dr. Phil has come under fire for his reaching out to Britney at Cedaer-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles with his trained medical expertise. Hypocritically, it come from the very same quarters that built their reputation and ad revenue conferrers exploiting Britney's strange behavior over the past years.

Hollywood Internet and TV tabloid, The DMZ, that ran front-page futures on Britney's downward spiral have now apparently grown a conscious overnight and come to her defense, attacking Dr. Phil for meeting with her in an attempt to help her.

"It's not clear that he had permission to enter Cedaer-Sinai Medical Center, even if he had previously established a relationship with the Spears' family and was responding at their behest," said the lead spokesman for the DMZ, Internet tabloid. "Even if it does help save Britney's life, that is besides the point, because it is not legally clear to us that he cleared all the proper legal channels before attempting to do so and that's more important right now."

Falling short of calling Dr, Phil an attention whore, and apparently out of ink to print their next sensational story, having lost their bread and butter in the process, Dr. Phil is now the one in the tabloid crosshairs.

"It is our intentions to get to the bottom of this incident," said a spokesman for the DMZ. "Reporting our findings to our gossip hungry subscribers, no matter how disinterested they may seem now. Before long, we will once again have them starving to death for our tripe we dish out for a living before they lose interest and turn on to things that really matter like politics or their family."

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