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Just in: NBC Cancels “Unstable” Alyssa Milano’s “Who’s The Boss” Reboot after Elon Musk’s Tesla lawsuit

“We may need to put an end to that,” – Elon Musk

Elon Musk reacted as any responsible company owner would have after Alyssa Milano’s brief outburst against Tesla and her stunt with a Volkswagen.

A defamation action was brought by him. After that, the actress launched into a rant full of bigotry and falsehoods, which eventually cost her a reputation and the opportunity to work in the entertainment industry.

While her attorneys fought Musk, she resorted to Twitter to complain that no one would cooperate with her. Billionaire turned out to care less about Alyssa Milano’s “pocket change” net worth than he did about exacting revenge for the actress’s impudence.

Thank goodness Musk isn’t a monster for the middle-aged actor. Lead lawyer Joe Barron said, “She may settle for a dollar and make a lovely apology. The litigation costs will consume half of what she is worth. I believe she received a lesson.

The problems for Alyssa Milano only keep on getting worse. She embarrassed herself in front of Elon Musk, received a stop-and-desist letter from Volkswagon, was sued by Elon Musk, and then watched in terror as her prized automobile caught fire in the affluent Soho district.

The effects of all that poor luck have also been recognized. A revival of Milano’s “Who’s the Boss” is not possible, according to Joe Barron, talent director at NBC.

Even with Tony Danza mentoring her, Barron said, “She’s just too unstable to be in command of such a significant endeavor.” There were at least two seasons and 36 episodes planned for the program. It hasn’t merely been put on hold. We’re getting rid of it.

It’s possible that a streaming provider will choose to carry the program. The Peacock service of NBC claims to have no interest.

The focus of Milano’s performance was awakening. She intended to portray a well-off single mother who dumped her spouse after discovering she had been a lesbian all along.

The role played by Milano was searching for a somewhat butch but nonetheless gorgeous housekeeper, maybe someone like Jo from Facts of Life and her 19-year-old daughter, Chloe Moretz, rather than a handsome nanny and his lovely young child.

The actor Milano stated, “She’s a hot little ticket.” He added, “I’ve always wanted to do a filthy scene with her.”

It’s hard to see how anything like this could ever be considered “grooming.” That’s why NBC, at last, put a stop to it. Godspeed to the USA.

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Source: THE DUNNING-KRUGER TIMES

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Written by Alex Bruno

Freelance space writer Alex Bruno specializes in covering China's quickly expanding space industry. In 2021, he started writing for SpaceXMania. He also contributes to publications including SpaceNews, IEEE Spectrum, National Geographic, Sky & Telescope, and New Scientist. When Alex was a small child, he first experienced the space bug after seeing Voyager photographs of alien planets in our solar system. When not in space, Alex likes to go trail jogging in the Finnish countryside.

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