He says "truly malevolent people" got him ousted.
For a segment that "falsely accused [a flight attendant] of engaging in sexual relations with a rat."
Or, at the very least, the head of his record label didn't.
"It turns out that the person that I helped become Iron Man, when it was time to re-up for the second one, took the money that was supposed to go to me and pushed me out."
"Like, you're trade magazines. None of your opinions count."
"We're all like 50 years old, and we beat them three straight."
"I wish [Octavia Spencer] well, but I wish it wasn’t in Murder, She Wrote."
Particularly "epic fails."
"Chevy is a befuddled old man."
It's unclear why.
"Brantley is viewed as some odd, shriveled, bitter Dickensian clerk."
Or they're no longer feuding in public, at least.
"It's so bad, The Biggest Loser isn't just a TV show anymore ... it's our new motto."
Big shots with a lot of money be hatin' other big shots with a lot of money.
A spat with Angel Haze ended in the use of a gay slur to describe Perez Hilton.
"If you disagree with the way a colleague did something, call him up."
Nicki isn't going anywhere.
"You're not a stupid ho, and we will be working on this show for many weeks together, so let's at least be professional."
Funkmaster Flex live-tweeted it.
It was a punchline on Glee and The New Normal this week.
Is Night Moves a ripoff of The Monkey Wrench Gang?
He says he was misquoted yesterday.
"When you get used to a certain standard of living and they waft a pay check at you, what are you going to do?"
She called us lame!
The station called the gay-friendly show "inappropriate on several dimensions."