I need help. Seriously, I know someone out there reads this blog. I never ask you for anything in return, now do I? But I'm asking. This is serious.
Huffington Post is running a poll regarding who should replace Diane Sawyer at Good Morning America. Generally I'm for democratic principles. But this is about Chris Cuomo, and in that case I am not above stuffing the ballot box.
The good news is that Chris is ranked #1 so far among the top 5 "candidates" being considered. The bad news is those bastards at city file are spreading the horrific rumor that Chris is slated to move to 20/20. I don't know that even Chris could get me to tune in at 10 pm on a Friday evening to watch the snoozefest at 20/20. There MUST be a groundswell of mob rule demanding that he both stay on GMA and take the anchor seat.
Bizarrely, Cameron Mathison is #2, riding his qualifications as a former soap-opera star, Extra Entertainment "news" correspondent, and Dancing With The Stars flunky. Seriously, now. He's gorgeous as hell, but one of these things is not like the others!
Speaking of the others, David Muir is ranked #3, as of my writing this. David is both competition for Chris in being an actual newsman and in sex appeal. David must be destroyed.
Bill Weir is ranked #4, where he should be. Bill is handsome and quick-witted, distinctly not as sexy as either Chris or David, but he's been with ABC News for a while.
Shockingly, George Stephanopoulos is in last place. He filled in for Diane this morning, which is ominous (looks like GMA is taking the merchandise out for a test-drive). But why would George want the job? Face it, morning "news" programs in this country are only vaguely "news." Seeing George ham it up with Jamie Oliver the Naked Chef over his recipe for pork loin just seems... well, demeaning for George Stephanopoulos. He should leave the demeaning fluff news (as in the anchor of GMA) to pretty boys who don't mind. Like Chris Cuomo.
So I'm here to get out the vote. Vote now! Rank Chris #1. Then move to another computer and vote again.
Perhaps more importantly, I believe this is an absolutely perfect set-up for my wrestling fiction. I'm feeling a battle royale coming on. Five newsmen stripped to their trunks, last man standing in the ring gets the anchor chair. Hardbody Cameron has got to experience some fantastic suffering for presuming to get into the ring so completely outclassed. Okay, so the outcome may be a bit predictable, but I promise I'll make it spicy!