Thanks for the article, MFW!
Sure, they're gonna milk it for all it's worth.
But, then again, we're talking Andy Dick.
So, for him to be going off like that/this BEFORE show ONE even airs . . .
Well, it may not be dramatic, in SOME viewpoints . . .
But considering WHO this centers around . . .
It CAN --- IMHO ---- be construed as a harbinger of VERY likely and POSSIBLE future, further trouble to come.
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Not a fan at all of Andy Dick. Yuck! I hope he's gone quickly.
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That's putting a lot of pressure on Sharna, a professional dancer, to try to make her be his sounding block and have to tolerate his fits. It's not fair to anyone to have to share this show with a nutcase.
I didn't think he did badly at all. I say give him a chance!
I've been a fan of Andy's since he was on News Radio and I've always rooted for him. It's clear (to me, at least) that the real Andy is totally different from the Andy on drugs/alcohol. I think the real Andy is a sweetheart and kind of a wounded bird. I hope he's able to make the most of this opportunity.
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I was thinking of the immortal words of Socrates, who said, "... I drank what?"
20 years of drugs and alcohol, he looks wretched. She on the other hand is stunning. Not sure how many fans he has, I wont miss him.
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I've never liked Andy Dick at all, but I have to say he did much better than I expected last night. Based just on what I saw, I no longer think he deserves to be first off.
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Who knew these pro-dancers needed a background in counseling to work on this show? cute happy shrug.gif
I'm not very familiar with Andy, but I thought he did well. He seems truly repentant about his past behaviour and wants to do his best. I liked him.
No one should have to dance backwards for all of their life.