Originally Posted by suited
This pretty much confirms you still can't separate real life and this show from one another.
No, it confirms like everyone else thinks, that a show that is billed on its reality (notice how most of the famous people in the show play themselves in real life) just shit the bed? Read everything that's been written about it. They always wanted to make it a fun, realistic portrayal of Hollywood. Well, that ending to anyone who is involved in entertainment, or actually really, anyone who reads Variety once every 5 years with half a brain could tell you, was bullshit. Again, many of the famous people are not made up, they come on the show with their real life reputations and their real life personas, so the fictional parts of the show should fit those.