Hay guess what? A channel you barely care about is changing its Monday night line up. CBS, you know, that station all your middle-aged family members are really into, is putting the new Adam Sandler-backed sitcom Rules of Engagment on after Two-and-a-Half Men--the funniest 22 minutes on television for people who've been labotomized.
Apparently, being put in that post-Men timeslot is the television equivalent of being blown by 40 virgins in a castle while getting a massage and eating chocolate cake. This, plus the massive promotion during the Super Bowl Rules is set to receive (which we will all have to suffer through), should offer the new "laffer" a good start.
And guess what? The new show stars David Spade!
All I want for Christmas is to be shot in the head.
Variety: CBS Plays by Sandler's 'Rules'