fans have a close relationship with theirfavorite shows. but sometimes, those shows let us down, and they actually have to apologizefor doing us wrong. here are a few that had to say they were sorry to mend our brokenlittle hearts. chuck lorre for two and a half men two and a half men had enough of an audienceto last for 12 seasons, but no one ever made
where to find tv shows online, the mistake of confusing it with quality tv.not even the show's co-creator chuck lorre. at the 2014 television academy honors, lorrewon an award for his latest show, mom, and used his speech to apologize for bringingit into the world at all: "to do a show about people trying to redeemtheir lives and to salvage and repair the
damage they've done, well, for me that's anopportunity to apologize for two and a half men." hmmm. apology...not accepted. dan harmon for community the cult sitcom community seemed to be constantlyembroiled in trouble during its six-season run. in an effort to alleviate some of thetension, nbc fired creator and showrunner dan harmon. "buenos dios, children!" after fans protested and ratings dropped,the network brought harmon back. in celebration,
the embittered harmon publicly trashed theepisodes filmed without him. not cool. harmon quickly wrote a very long apology directedtowards the show's fans, actors, and crew, saying, "even if my goal had been to hurtsomeone, it would never have been you." chris evans for top gear when top gear lost all three of its popularhosts after jeremy clarkson's infamous punch-drunk assault of the show's crew, the bbc scrambledto keep its top-rated show running with new hosts and new gimmicks. unfortunately, oneof those gimmicks included doing donuts around a respected war memorial, whitehall's cenotaph.the stunt was quickly called out by veterans before the show even got to air. new hostchris evans apologized, saying he and the
crew were "mortified," and promised that shotsof the memorial would be cut out before the show made it to air. good idea. everyone on star trek: the next generationfor â€œcode of honorâ€ watching the third episode of star trek: thenext generation is enough to leave you astonished that the show actually made it through a singleseason. "code of honor" portrays a backwards vision of a tribal space-africa. while theepisode attempts to deliver a message about accepting different cultures, it misses spectacularly,falling into blatant racism and sexism. "yar is to become my first one.""i challenge your right of supersedence!" "no woman has challenged supersedence forover two hundred years!"
"the right is mine, and i will have it." at different times, almost everyone involvedwith the show has apologized for its existence. actor jonathan frakes stated that trek creatorgene roddenberry would have been embarrassed. actor brent spiner remarked that the shownever got "quite that bad again," and michael dorn simply called it "the worst ever filmed." robert kirkman for the walking dead season6 finale for the walking dead comic fans, negan isthe ultimate villain, and the entire tv series was a buildup to the moment that his barbed-wirebat came down on a beloved cast member's domeâ€”a moment they were cheated out of when the showcut to black at the end of season 6:
"you can breath, you can blink, you can cry.hell, you're all gonna be doing that." fans were enraged at the cliffhanger, promptingcreator robert kirkman to apologize in the letters page of the walking dead #154. sortof. "for some of you, [the cliffhanger] backfiredand you're angry. and for that i'm sorry."
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