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Bonaduce's New Radio Hour is Horrible

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After being kicked off the Adam Carolla show, Danny Bonaduce was given his own radio show 2-3pm every weekday, only to remind listeners that Danny isn't like-able and is seriously lacking talent.

He seemed to try to be more appealing on Carolla's show, maybe because it wasn't HIS show. Bonaduce started off on Thursday by telling us about the memo's he received from management "Don't talk so much about yourself, don't try and top everyone's story" and then proceeded to talk only about himself and try and top every caller's story. Bonaduce later admitted that he told Carolla to his face that he would have no problem stealing $3,000 from him.

Here's the deal, they have Danny on contract... so they can either pay him to sit at home until the contract is up, or they can try and get some use out of him. But they have to pay him one way or the other. It's my prediction that Bonaduce's hour will result in a ratings slump despite being sandwiched between two popular shows , and his barely listen-able radio hour will be canceled.

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Maybe they needed to throw an hour at Danny so they could keep airing his random endorsement commercials, maybe there are actually people out there who don't think his voice sounds like a chainsaw. Who knows?

On a side note, the Adam Carolla show has been better than ever.