Fred Durst To Star In New TV Sitcom Called "Douchebag"

Of all the puns in the world. This seems too good to be true.

Apparently Limp Bizkit mainman/movie director/actor/Go-go dancer, Fred Durst has signed a deal with CBS to star in a sitcom called "Douchebag."

According to Blabbermouth: "Durst will star as a "rock legend" trying to juggle his family and his famous-person lifestyle."

If the show was actually about Durst juggling his family, I would've been on board with this sham.

CBS has now officially sucked the sitcom industry dry. First with their horrific adaption of a popular Twitter account (how's turning micro-blogs from Twitter into a show starring William Shatner a good idea?). To now a show that was literally handed to them by Durst's manager:

"The idea was brought to the Tannenbaum Co. by Durst's manager/producer John Schneider who will serve as a non-writing producer."

I don't really care. New episodes of South Park started airing 2 weeks ago. Last Wednesday's episode had me floored the entire time. In case you missed them. Here's: Episode 1 and Episode 2. Make sure to also watch the recently released documentary.

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