Another tv comic is dating a staffer
It has been nominated six years in a row for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, winning the award for its fourth, fifth, and sixth seasons.
Its second and fourth seasons won the Writers Guild of America Award for Television: Comedy Series, and the third season won the Television Critics Association Award for Outstanding Achievement in Comedy.
(She had no desire to be a reality TV star.)As for those cheating rumors, an eyewitness at last weekend's Pac Sun Ballyhoo event tells us there was some major PDA going down between Vienna and it's not technically cheating if Vienna and Jake had already split—which is what we're hearing.
"[Vienna and Gregory] first met Saturday at Children's Hospital of Orange County's Oncology Prom," claims a source."They were broken up before Vienna and Gregory even met," another insider confirms.
See Compressed Vice for when a character is saddled with an issue for just long enough to illustrate the aesop, and Long-Lost Uncle Aesop for when a new character is introduced work is used as an excuse to preach about a particular real world issue.Another key criterion is that side-effect, complications, or failure-rates of the official government mandated Very Special Solution the episode promotes are never mentioned.If the problem involves children in some way (and it almost invariably ), then it may also be promoted as something that "No Parent Should Miss". These episodes were far more common in the 1980s, fueled by then-United States president Ronald Reagan's crackdown on drug use in America.The series was created by Scottish writer Armando Iannucci as an adaptation of his British sitcom The Thick of It.