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I think we can all agree that television is the lighthouse we need to guide us through a troubled world, especially when we’re too drunk for church. The fact is that TV gives us hope for a better tomorrow as well as some really good ideas on how to get out stubborn tile stains.

The more time we take to reflect on past mistakes and see how we can improve, the better for the future of television. The unbearable thought of abandoning our children in front of the tube, to be assaulted by inappropriate programming, is too hard to bear. If we can’t trust young minds to be nurtured for us while we’re commuting from our important jobs as bank tellers and strippers, what kind of future will we have?

And this brings us to the first rancid show on our list…

7. The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer

The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer

Sometimes when great writers get together with the perfect cast, things just fall together and magic is made. This isn’t one of those times. This isn’t even a distant cousin to one of those times. In fact, “The Secret Diary of Desmond Pfeiffer” is what happens when drug addicted writers turn tricks for meth and then hire their neighbors to act so they can save even more money for meth.

The show is a comedy about Abraham Lincoln’s wacky black butler who arrives in America because he was kidnapped from England to be sold into slavery but managed to end up as Lincoln’s butler. Can’t you just feel the Zany? The only thing good about this show is that it delivered so much butt-hurt to social justice warriors; most of them punched themselves into submission and cried themselves to sleep during yoga. If the series hadn’t been cancelled, the streets of Los Angeles would have run blue with the blood of their hemorrhaging Smurf wounds.

Now, the second most cringe inducing television show in history…

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