Hey, looks like foul-mouthed misogynist Jason Biggs is vying for the honor of Most Devoted Twitchy Reader. Sadly for him, Ellen Barkin‘s got that award in the bag, with Keith Olbermann giving her a run for her cuckoo pants money.
What’s got him twisting his delusional knickers over Twitchy CEO/founder Michelle Malkin? Oh, you know, the usual. Malkin and those meddling bluenosed moralists at Twitchy think that maybe, just maybe, he shouldn’t be tweeting about “ejaculant soaked tanktops” while doing voice work for Nickelodeon’s “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) September 22, 2012
How dare we trample his free speech? Or something.
— RTR!!!! (@timarm1964) September 22, 2012
— Paula Noakes (@pjn0524) September 22, 2012
— Jennifer (@Catherfina1) September 22, 2012
— Michael G. Mickey (@MichaelGMickey) September 21, 2012
— SoCalTransplant (@SoCalRight) September 22, 2012
As Twitchy noted yesterday, Nickelodeon “insisted Jason use better judgment and discretion in public communications while affiliated with our brand.” After what must have been a terrible, horrible, no good couple of weeks struggling to maintain a kid-friendly Twitter presence, Biggs couldn’t resist the siren call of tweeting about his horniness and “ambien sex fests.”
After fantasizing that Malkin was crushing on him, Biggs succumbed to the allure of potty tweeting once again.
— Jason Biggs (@JasonBiggs) September 22, 2012
So much for “better judgment and discretion,” eh Nickelodeon?
If Biggs wasn’t trying to revive his stalled career by voicing a character on a children’s show, his adult-oriented tweets wouldn’t concern us. Well, as long as they didn’t involve sexually degrading Janna Ryan and Ann Romney.
Biggs opted to work for a children’s entertainment channel rather than flip burgers at Wendy’s. No one forced the Nickelodeon gig on him — his pathetic, flagging career put him in that position. And just a week prior to the Sept. 29 premiere of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” he refuses to keep his Twitter stream clean enough for the “Dora the Explorer” crowd.
Still your move, Nickelodeon.