After that Sopranos fiasco, network execs won't be taking any chances with creative, artistic series finales. Lesson learned. Leave things in the hands of the creative geniuses who made things a success in the first place and you're only asking for trouble. We need more focus groups, more decisions by committee, more tried-and-true formula.
Gene Simmons is no fool. Just ask him, he'll tell you. At length. At great length. While at first I thought he might need my help coming up with implausible plot lines for his "reality" show, once I saw him trekking out to the woods with his family in a corporate-sponsored RV, barking out advertisements as they cruised down the highway, I then knew that all was safe in Gene's hands. He may be one lousy lyricist. But he knows how to entertain. Yet, I can't resist. Here are possible ways he could end his program.
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