Here's what we thought was out of sight and just not right on television this week...
... Bachelor Pad cranks up its cruelty quotient
In a move that would make the Spanish Inquisition jealous, ABC continued to torture its playthings with no regard for their humanity. This week saw contestants throwing paint-filled eggs whoever they considered the least-attractive people in the house. Wannabe Princess Whatsherface took the brunt of it all; Schadenfreude at its finest.
... Funny or Die takes on the "cute, quirky girl" stereotype
Breaking Bad's Aaron Paul stars in this (500) Days of Summer spoof, eviscerating the overplayed "goofball hipster woman" schtick that Zooey Deschanel currently encapsulates.
... Curb Your Enthusiasm has finally arrived in New York
We thought this was "the New York season." And after six episodes, it finally is. Be afraid, Big Apple. Be very afraid.
... The Nina Garcia challenge on Project Runway
The designers need to hear the word "No" in the work room more often, especially coming from a tiny, frightening woman who can destroy a person with her gaze.
... Glee's box-office flop
Is this proof that the Glee phenomenon is over? Is it proof that studios can't just stretch a TV show into ninety minutes? Is it proof that there is a God? D, all of the above.
... This Mexican local news broadcast that makes light of a very serious matter
The Justin Bieber concert is sold out... it's a national disaster! Let these poor, poor girls grieve in peace!
... Burger King is dumping the creepy king mascot
The junk food chain is now targeting moms with an "our food is fresh" campaign. Looks like Sonic is the new Burger King of fast-food ads:
... Christine O'Donnell walks off the set of Piers Morgan Tonight
We're not mad that the former Senate hopeful had a dramatic spat on national television, we're mad that we had successfully FORGOTTEN about this lady until the incident. Thanks A LOT, Piers Morgan.
... Kim Kardashian's $20,000 wedding cake
Television needs to stop enabling this sh*t.
What made your list of TV loves and hates this week?