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TV Junkie: Salahis Might Not Be Gate-Crashers But Whatever They Are, It Ain't Good

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The attorney who now represents "Real Housewives of D.C."'s Michaele and Tareq Salahi is adamant that the pair are not "gate-crashers" saying that the term is "false and defamatory". On Wednesday Michaele Salahi got into a shouting match with Whoopi Goldberg after taping an appearance on "The View" during which Salahi said she was verbally and physically abused by co-hosts, which seems to be a fanciful/irrational interpretation of what happened if you watch the video footage.Wether or not it was "gate-crashing" we have to speak from personal experience that we've seen Tareq Salahi behave very badly after the NBC party at the Television Critics Association last Friday night involving apparent inebriation, yelling matches and throwing drinks. It's disturbing that these people were allowed to get so close to the President of the United States much less allowed on TV. If they truly cared about their image and future happiness, they should get off of TV as soon as possible as they appear not to be able to handle the scrutiny.
Attention all aspiring ninjas: G4 is holding a national search for 10 competitors to send to Japan to tackle the world's most difficult and diabolical obstacle course for an all-new "American Ninja Warrior" which will award the winner $250,000. This weekend (August 7 & 8) the open casting call is being held at Windward Plaza, Venice Beach (Windward Plaza is located on Ocean Front Walk at Market St. and 17th St.) with a full obstacle course that anyone can try. There will be booths, food, games, and merch for anyone that wants to check it out. Check here for more info.
Good news for Pasadenians/Pasadenites(?) - starting on August 20th you will be able to enjoy your own video channel: Pasadena Now TV. The online channel will present high-quality streaming video of local programming, live coverage of local sports, and even a local "Cops" style show. We wish we had more details, but stay tuned for more news on how to get to Pasadena Now TV starting on August 20th.
The TV Junkie Plan: "Jaws of the Pacific" (SHARK WEEK!), "Burn Notice", "Boston Med", "Chelsea Lately" (Eva Mendes), Leno (Mickey Rourke), Ferguson (Paris Hilton, Alex Dryden).