Apparently there is a show on the Disney channel called Good Luck Charlie. I really do feel like I have a good understanding of the shows that are on the Disney channel, because for some reason people talk about them all the time, but WHAT IS THIS SHOW? Do any of the cast members even date anyone in Hollywood? Why haven’t I ever heard of them? In any case, a woman and her family went to a taping of it recently and the woman, named Kellie, which, sure, spell my name that way, was pulled out of the audience by the warm-up comedian named Ron Pearson. And now she is filing a lawsuit because GROSS EWW LOOK WHAT HAPPENED! From TMZ:

According to the suit, Kellie was later chosen to participate in an audience competition — in which the contestants would perform a “silly dance” to the Village People’s YMCA and the winner would get a prize.

Kellie claims she began to dance when “all of a sudden and without warning, Pearson started spanking [her] buttocks with his hands.”

In the suit, Kellie continues, “The unwarranted and unconsented spanking was RELENTLESS and did not cease until [Kellie] physically turned around to stop it.

The worst part — Kellie claims she didn’t even win the dance contest.

DIDN’T EVEN WIN THE DANCE CONTEST? After she let him spank her what seems like a lot of times? Like, way too many times? Like, why didn’t she stop him earlier? Gross, the both of you. The story goes on to say that Pearson also did the thing where he asked for a kiss on the cheek and then turned his face and really got a kiss on the mouth. Classic. Classic move for a warm-up comedian for a Disney Channel show no one’s ever heard of. Soooo, uhh, can we make a promise to not go see a taping of this show, whatever it is? It sounds gross. Great. Soooo, in conclusion — Good YUCK Charlie! The end. Goodnight!

Comments (20)
  1. Well, this Ron Pearson character is a shoo-in to host the next incarnation of Family Feud.

  2. I’m glad she specified that the spanking was “unwarranted.” Because the first question that popped into my mind was, “Well, were you being bad?”

    • The bad part — Kellie claims she didn’t even win the dance contest.

      The worst part — Kellie claims she didn’t even do anything wrong and that Ron Pearson is an unfair butthead and she hates him, and she claims she slammed the door to her room and didn’t come out until after dinner

  3. Between Disney Channel programming, Silly dances to YMCA and frivolous lawsuits, this is about one potato salad recipe away from being the whitest story ever.

  4. Kelly, you kind of buried the lede with that cast picture:

    LOOK AT ALL THOSE GODDAMN TEDDY BEARS! This HAS to be a quality show.

  5. Yes. The worst part is that she didn’t win the “silly dance” contest the warm-up comedian held before the Disney Channel show taping. The worst part is certainly not the public sexual assault and humiliation she suffered. What do you think the prize was? We’ll never know, because she didn’t win. Bummer.

  6. Also, why is it called Good Luck Charlie? Is it because Good Luck Chuck was already taken by that Dane Cook movie? Or is it a play on “good luck charm”? Such a terrible title.

  7. Ron Pearson’s bio reads:

    “Ron Pearson is a comedian, actor and world record holding juggler that the Hollywood Reporter called “…a comic ball of fire”. The L.A. Times wrote, “I laughed so hard my jaws ached.”

    I have a feeling this would read creppy even without this latest news.

  8. If there is a hell there will definitely be warm up comics.

  9. I’m sorry but when you dance to YMCA all bets are off.

  10. Oh, this isn’t about that biting baby?

    *removes GLC from DVR*

  11. When asked for comment, the producers of Good Luck Charlie said, “We have never used a warm-up comedian before a taping.”

  12. This is the worst Disney channel show ever made. I would rather watch a marathon of Suite Life or Hanna Montana than one episode of Good Luck Charlie. My nephews make me watch it every time I visit. It’s like How I Met Your Mother, except less funny and more contrived. “Charlie” is the baby, and the family makes a weekly video diary for her to watch when she grows up. Why would she want to watch that? “Oh, what were you guys up to when I was a baby? Running around and acting like idiots? Cool!” Ugh.

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