BURBANK - Ashton Kutcher's television show The Beautiful Life: TBL is the fall season's first TV show to be cancelled.
The Kutcher produced show about the sordidly malodorous side of the modeling world was pulled after only two episodes; yes two, as in one, two.
The show which was opposite a reality show about the meatpacking industry called Hey You Call That A Salami? and a game show from the producers of Wheel of Fortune called Who Wants To Touch My Stimulus Package? drew a viewing audience of 9,003 for the premier and 2,981 for the second show
Tinsel Town TV critic Dalton Settler said that of the 2,981 people who watched the second and final show, 906 were members of the Kutcher family, the shows crew, friends of Ashton, ex-boyfriends of Demi Moore, and a few homeless people that Bruce Willis had actually paid to come to his home and watch Ashton's show.
Settler also disclosed that the three sponsors of the show, McDonalds, Revlon, and Gerber Baby Food have all asked that they be refunded the millions of dollars that they paid to have their ads shown on the virtually viewer-less show.
Ashton Kutcher who said that he felt as if he had gotten "Punk'd" noted that the three sponsors will receive refunds of $3,000 each and that is all. He added that if they want more they can fly to Washington D.C. and ask President Obama for it.
SIDENOTE: Internet blogger Perez Hilton wrote in his blog that Ashton Kutcher's wife, Demi Moore who is 15 (15) years older than Ashton told him that she knew that trying to save money by using unemployed homeless people dressed up in real expensive model's outfits instead of professional actors and actresses would not work.