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Who Is the Last Person in the World You'd Want to Take Relationship Advice From? Well, That Person Just Got His Own Dating Show.

By Vivian Kane | Industry | April 10, 2014 |

By Vivian Kane | Industry | April 10, 2014 |

Here’s a poll for you: Which celebrities would you most like to see hosting a dating show? How about a Newlyweds kind of show aimed at testing and strengthening relationships? Who would you trust to give advice on love and partnership?

Aaron Paul seems like his marriage is pretty solid.

Ellen Page has some great things to say about relationships.

I’d totally watch a dating show hosted by Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard.

Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally, obviously.

Now let’s scroll to the bottom of that list. Like, the very very bottom. No, even further down. Who wouldn’t even be on the list unless it included every person, mythological creature, and inanimate object that’s ever existed? Who would you never in a billion years want to take relationship (or any facet of life) advice from?


If you picked Charlie Sheen, congratulations, that’s correct! There is no other person I would want to take advice from less than Grand Marshal of the Douche Parade, Charlie Sheen. So then WHY HAD WE TV GIVEN HIM HIS OWN RELATIONSHIP QUIZ SHOW? How does this man:



How does he get his own show on a WOMEN’S NETWORK? I don’t know! Everything’s gone topsy-turvy, and maybe it’s tied to the Good Wife upset, Letterman retiring, and the fact that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. is good now? Did we get sucked into an alternate television reality? A Sliders-style parallel universe, in which Charlie Sheen has valuable information to share with us and Time Warner has our best interest at heart?

I feel like this is the only explanation.

Via THR.

Vivian Kane thinks we’ve found the gateway. Now the only problem… is finding a way back home.

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