You know that your week really sucks royal when being called a "douchebag" is the best thing that happened to you all day long. But, that's just the sort of days that actor Eddie Cibrian had last week. The actor who's currently married to country music singer Leann Rimes had to endure perhaps the worst week in memory for any actor.
NBC sent down word for the production of THE PLAYBOY CLUB to continue, claiming that they were going to let the ratings troubled show build viewers. While on the set, the actor's foot was horribly cut in an accident involving a 200lb. steel door, which required the actor to be immediately sent to the emergency room to close up the deep cut. Later that day, the actor finds out that he's out of work, when NBC changed their mind and decided to cancel THE PLAYBOY CLUB. Gee, NBC could have saved him the injury be deciding quicker.
And recovering at home may not be an option, since the ho me is currently under repair because some drunk driver lost control of his car and slammed into the home, damaging it.
Cibrian's former wife, Brandi Glanville, then goes on the season premiere of THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS, proclaiming to the world that, "I was married to the number #1 douchebag of all time. Eddie Cibrian. He's an actor". Oh, great. The best thing that happened to Eddie Cibrian this past week was being called a "douchebag" on national TV. You know that's a great week.
The only other bright news for the actor is that THE PLAYBOY CLUB might not be dead after all. There's the possibility that the show might be sold to some cable network, which might include some nudity and salty language, where it might actually be able to live up at least a little to the proud PLAYBOY name. .......PLAYBOY, the leader in soft porn since 1953.
For his part, PLAYBOY's founder, Hugh Hefner, has also voiced his opinion that it was a major mistake for THE PLAYBOY CLUB to air on network TV at NBC as well, claiming that should have been a cable TV series. Whether, it gets that second chance remains to be seen.