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Erin Moran's Brother Wants to Beat Up Scott Baio

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April 26, 2017
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Erin Moran's Brother Wants to Beat Up Scott Baio

We’re not sure if you heard, but Scott Baio, who played Chachi in “Happy Days” with Erin Moran (Jonnie), appeared on a radio show the day after Erin’s death and dissed her for her drug and alcohol abuse from back in the day. 

There was a lot of public outcry for Scott’s comments and some people aren't ready to forgive him for the diss.  That includes Erin's older brother TONY MORAN, who threatened Scott in a Facebook post. 

He said that Erin dumped Scott back in the day because he was "more like a lil girl and not a man.”  Then he said, quote, "Scott, I'd advise you to get on your knees and pray you never run into me."

 

Steve Harvey Takes-On Yet Another Job!

Steve Harvey, who already has 5 different hosting jobs, just signed on to host a brand new talk show called “Steve” that will begin airing on September 5th.

The nationally syndicated show will be aired on over 95% of the NBC-owned stations across the country.

This isn’t Steve’s first venture into a talk show, he previously hosted “The Steve Harvey Show,” but poor ratings caused it to be canceled after 5 seasons.  His new show will film in Los Angeles and will be more celebrity-driven.

Harvey is also the host of the game show “Family Feud,” as well as ABC’s “Celebrity Family Feud,” NBC’s “Little Big Shots,” the “Miss Universe Pageant,” and Fox’s upcoming “Showtime at the Apollo.”

 

Fox News Orders Sensitivity Training for All Employees

Over the past year or so, it's become clear that Fox News hasn't been a professional work environment for some employees . . . especially women.

But in the wake of the BILL O'REILLY and ROGER AILES sexual harassment scandals, they're getting serious about changing the culture.  Their new head of human resources sent out a memo, ordering ALL employees to undergo a one-hour sensitivity training session "as soon as possible."

A Fox spokesperson said yesterday's memo was targeted at freelancers and contributors, and that "at least" 96% of their employees had already completed it.