Friday, April 6, 2012

'Men' creator's rant sparks feud with 'GCB'



GCB seems to like controversy, doesn't!

'GCB' star Marisol Nichols visits Showbiz Tonight, to weigh in on Lee Aronsohn's recent comment that too many TV series today are geared towards women. Aronsohn, the co-creator of 'Two and a Half Men,' said at a conference in Toronto, "We're centering the show on two very damaged men. What makes men damaged? Sorry, it's women. I never got my heart broken by a man." He later told the Hollywood Reporter, "Enough ladies, I get it. You have periods."

Aronsohn's controversial comments have created tremendous backlash, and now Nichols, who stars in one of the biggest female comedy dramas on television, warns Aronsohn that he better not come near the set of 'GCB.' "You will not be welcome," Nichols says, before calling the 'Men' creator's statements degrading. Nichols expresses surprise that a family man would make such a "blanketed statement about women."

Aronsohn said it was all just a joke gone bad, but all publicity is good publicity, right? I made sure to spell his name right.

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