What The World Needs Now Is Another Baio

Nothin’ like your own reality-TV show to fix your life. From CNN:

Scott Baio will be back on VH1 with another season of “Scott Baio Is 45 … and Single” and a new set of issues — this time, over impending fatherhood.
The first season of the reality show found the former “Charles in Charge” and “Happy Days” star struggling with commitment issues.
The finale, which aired at 10:30 p.m. Sunday, showed Baio wrapping his two-month boot camp with his life coach, Doc Ali. At his “graduation party,” Baio committed to his relationship with girlfriend Renee by asking her to get married. Renee, in turn, surprised Scott by revealing that she’s pregnant.

Well, we have a lot of secret Baio fans on this site, so this is good news. Look for “Scott Baio is 46…and Changes Diapers” coming to VH1 soon.

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  1. all that meconium (look it up in wiki) says:

    oh big whoopdee do…
    all these forty something people are gonna come out of their palace closets and start harking about being parents and how it is the hardest job in their life, but the most rewarding.
    Try doing it at 25, scott free baby. And for 25 years with no pay, no experience, no gratitude, nothing. Very little drinking or smoking shit either. Then in the end being tossed aside as unworthy an unesperienced even after you bring all the kids to their excellence in their respective states with very little means of physical support.
    you’ll be everybody’s gyro, well, a pitas at least.
    tzatziki to you and have a good day.