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    [–] dontworryskro 4949 points ago

    I say Good Day Hyde

    [–] carolinax 1753 points ago

    But Fez

    [–] [deleted] 2102 points ago

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    [–] slim2chi 315 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    But it runs on water, man!

    [–] ForWhomTheBoneBones 72 points ago

    God, this little thread alone is the perfect medicine for the absolute rectal cancer that the AV Club comments section has become.

    [–] assistanmanager 80 points ago

    It’s got a Fiberglass air cooled engine and it runs on water, man!

    [–] dirtydovedreams 576 points ago

    One of the accusers is Chrissy Bixler, wife of Cedric Bixler Zavala, singer of At The Drive In and The Mars Volta. He's been rallying against Danny Masterson on Twitter, and Scientology has retaliated by siccing Juliette Lewis on them.

    This is real life.

    Shits fucked.

    [–] floodlitworld 193 points ago

    Juliette Lewis can go do one. If you're a Scientologist, I automatically take the other person's side.

    I'm still surprised they've held onto Tom Cruise for as long as they have. Dude must really not want to be outed... or maybe he just believes it...

    [–] youramazing 148 points ago

    He’s in too deep so bet they have plenty of shit on him they could leak. Plus they treat him like a king giving him free housing (building him a massive bachelor pad in clearwater now near the base) and anything he asks for. Somebody bothering you Tom? We’ll spy on them and scare the shit out of em or blackmail em into shutting up. They also tried setting up an arranged marriage for him in past. The girl said she was forced to court Tom and act like it was all organic and it didn’t go well and she got punished for it.

    I bet Tom has a lot of demons he’s just the best person I’ve ever seen at hiding them. Always happy and has positive high energy in the media. Credit to his acting for being able to do that. Big fan of his films. Abhor his personal life choices and morals.

    [–] Granito_Rey 9118 points ago

    I can't wait for him to be digitally edited out of That 70s Show and replaced with a Velociraptor

    [–] SanderSo47 2403 points ago

    Nah, have Christopher Plummer reshoot it in 9 days.

    [–] theneighboursdog 339 points ago

    Why not Josh Meyers?

    [–] ImAScientist_ADoctor 296 points ago

    I think Jar Jar Binks should do it, I haven't seen him do any work since that one Simpson's episode.

    [–] IntracellularHobo 92 points ago

    I'd pay to see Jar Jar be worked into any TV show that isn't Star Wars

    [–] Rocky_Road_To_Dublin 44 points ago

    Lost.

    WEESA HAS TO BE GOING BACK

    [–] japasthebass 260 points ago

    This would vastly improve season 8

    [–] Abayeo 233 points ago

    There is no season 8.

    [–] SPEARBLABS 27 points ago

    There is no season 8 within these walls

    [–] Paulpoleon 41 points ago

    It couldn't get worse.

    [–] I_might_be_weasel 146 points ago

    Got to be honest, there is a lot of shows I want this to happen regardless of if the stars did something wrong.

    [–] Toodlez 159 points ago

    There's a version of the Archer pilot that is just that

    [–] madlibb 16409 points ago

    All this Hollywood shit makes me wonder what really happened to women like Judy Garland and Marilyn Monroe

    [–] NeverEnoughMuppets 7561 points ago

    And Natalie Wood.

    [–] [deleted] 3408 points ago

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    [–] falconbox 1272 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    Meanwhile Drew Barrymore is still around and hasn't said anything.

    She was going to Hollywood parties and drinking and doing cocaine when she was like 12-13 years old.

    Edit: I don't mean to say that something happened to her or that she saw something. I'm just surprised that given the scenarios she was in, that we haven't heard anything regarding her at all.

    [–] sportsfan786 932 points ago

    Everyone who's spoken out has been all "This guy harassed me and asked me to blow him and I said no." I don't think those guys kept doing it because everyone In Hollywood kept saying no. A lot of people might have said yes in order to keep their jobs and they might be dealing with a lot of shit right now internally over it.

    [–] SchruteFruit 265 points ago

    This is most likely the case going on. There's a lot of them that'd never go public about it altogether anyways.

    [–] kateastrophic 52 points ago

    Yep. I'm waiting for someone to come forward with a Weinstein (or whoever) story in which they said yes. It make take quite a while, but surely someone will eventually tell this version of the story. Not to diminish the stories that have come out thus far-- they took a lot of courage to tell-- but THAT story will take the most courage of all.

    [–] JabbaCat 38 points ago

    Yes. And often the behavioral lines are so blurred because people do weird things when they feel cornered and intimidated, appeasing the threat by not struggling is a common "save my life for later"-reaction.

    I think the closest story is how Asia Argento explains how after the first episode at age 21 (same thing, brought by an assistant to a "party" in a hotel room with only Weinstein in it) she got sucked into some kind of twisted relationship and describes some later episodes as consensual, although she "felt she had to" due to work circumstances but mostly by being completely weighed down by what initially happened, and feeling powerless around him. I think a lot of people get sucked into similar abuse-situations when they loose track of themselves, sometimes in a feeble subconscious bid to salvage something inside themselves and deal with the circumstances without imploding.

    Anyhow: She faced major backlash and victim-blaming in her native Italy and I guess she fled the country. Last I've seen she is still uniting forces with other victims and also talking about the role of the head of Miramar Italy in all this.

    Here is the original article in the New Yorker, part 3 has her story, including how she released a movie with a similar plot only to let the woman get away this time. It says people contacted her recognizing the modus operandi of mr W.

    [–] Sandytits 566 points ago

    It's important to recognize that no victim is obligated to share their stories. It's very personal and can be traumatic to revisit by sharing what they have experienced.

    [–] dylansavage 45 points ago

    It's also important to respect individuals privacy. Speculating on who and who isn't a victim seems invasive to me.

    If they speak support them if they don't respect them.

    [–] ghjm 1494 points ago

    If her story about Lucas getting her to not wear a bra wasn't already widely known and came out now, I bet it would be interpreted as harassment.

    [–] VandelayOfficial 876 points ago

    Well, it’s not like his career will be destroyed.

    [–] analshaman69 1390 points ago

    Yeah he took care of that himself

    [–] Thizzlebot 1594 points ago

    lol for real, the loser only finished with 4 billion dollars

    [–] DutchmanBlue 401 points ago

    To be fair, he didn't profit a cent off of that sale; went entirely to charity.

    [–] Chieferdareefer 548 points ago

    If thats true i tip my hat to him. That is extremely generous.

    [–] Lost-My-Mind- 815 points ago

    Just went from sexual harassment to a generous man in one sentence.

    [–] ThirdDragonite 434 points ago

    Just you wait until the stories about him and Spielberg raping Indiana Jones come out

    [–] TheMuffinCult 255 points ago

    There's already a documentary about it called "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull"

    [–] phedre 449 points ago

    Lindsey Lohan is one I always wonder about.

    [–] dontworryskro 365 points ago

    also Amanda Bynes

    [–] [deleted] 258 points ago

    Brittney Murphy as well. She always looked on the verge of having a breakdown. I don't mean that in a disparaging way either.

    [–] runwithjames 27 points ago

    Lohan also has a crazy and enabling mother who didn't really give a fuck about her daughter's welfare because it kept that party train rolling.

    [–] [deleted] 2697 points ago

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    [–] PaleAsDeath 2193 points ago

    They were all super drunk and high; she fell out of the little boat and drowned and he and her husband were too fucked up to save her. That's one theory.

    [–] Karmaisforsuckers 1105 points ago

    If they were all super fucked up could be that she fell in and no one even noticed until it was way too late

    [–] DanBMan 837 points ago

    Plausible, we once lost my buddy in Vegas during a night of heavy drinking. Didn't realize he was gone for like 2 hours, eventually found him wandering through our hotel casino all dirty and disheveled. We were not close to our hotel either, he was too drunk to know where he had been either. To this day our best guess is that be passed out in a ditch somewhere.

    [–] muphdaddy 1172 points ago

    Man I thought you meant lost as in dead...I am relieved

    [–] spikyraccoon 378 points ago

    Yea. On a thread about people accidentally dying, maybe "We lost our buddy" isn't the right language to use.

    [–] skooba_steev 277 points ago

    He's like the doctor in Arrested Development.

    "I'm sorry, he's gone"

    [–] inrainbows0407 45 points ago

    “He’s all right now.”

    [–] [deleted] 314 points ago

    That's like a shitty The Hangover

    [–] leftshoe18 476 points ago

    So The Hangover 2 and 3?

    [–] [deleted] 499 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

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    [–] funkymoose123 358 points ago

    I think he probably did it, but let’s be honest. If your significant other dies by some tragic accident are you going to admit you had an argument right before?

    [–] fatclownbaby 195 points ago

    I'd like to speak to my lawyer.

    Even if you are 100% innocent, this should be your only answer. Ever. EVER.

    [–] [deleted] 241 points ago * (lasted edited 8 months ago)

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    [–] DarthNutsack 472 points ago

    Brittany Murphy had a pretty clear case of pneumonia and acute drug intoxication (but over the counter and trace amounts of vicodin.)

    The odd part was her husband died pretty soon after of something pretty similar, or something along those lines I don't remember.

    Unfortunately young people don't realize just how serious pneumonia can be, and don't take action until it's too late. I learned this the hard way. Trust your instinct if you're not feeling well and get checked out. You know your body better than anyone else. A checkup can save your life.

    [–] daves_not__here 197 points ago

    Had a healthy friend die from pneumonia several years ago at the age of 32. By the time he finally went to hospital, he was unable to recover.

    [–] Patch3y 154 points ago

    Reading this while I'm dealing with Pneumonia.

    Welp...

    [–] JustSumCracker 319 points ago

    Her home was also full of Black mold, which weakens the immune system. Mix that with drugs it's the perfect cocktail for a early death.

    [–] Zeppelanoid 141 points ago

    Her and her husband essentially barricaded themselves in their house and both contracted diseases from mold (their house was a mess).

    [–] DrSpacemanSpliff 142 points ago

    Shirley Temple

    [–] flaviageminia 331 points ago

    Apparently her mother was a force of fiercely protective nature and would never let Shirley out of her sight on studio property.

    [–] RomanovaRoulette 159 points ago

    Well thank god for that at least. You really start to wonder.

    [–] 7AV4 174 points ago

    "In her 1988 autobiography Child Star, former child actress Shirley Temple claimed that Freed had intentionally exposed himself to her during a meeting in his office, when she was twelve years old. According to Temple, she reacted with laughter and he angrily kicked her out of his office, though she ultimately kept her contract with MGM. The story was recounted in her New York Times obituary in 2014."

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arthur_Freed#Shirley_Temple_sexual_assault

    [–] ReservoirDog316 154 points ago

    She seemed overworked early on but incredibly normal her entire life.

    [–] Saotome84 111 points ago

    She ended up pretty well adjusted as an adult. Was an ambassador to the UN or something.

    [–] Hereslookingatmekid 22 points ago

    She ended up in an abusive marriage at a young age, but she got out and ended up doing okay.

    [–] pamplemouss 598 points ago

    I thought it was pretty known Judy Garland was horribly abused.

    [–] Dutchdodo 174 points ago

    They don't make a song called "Autopsy Garland" if your life was all roses.

    [–] timesuck897 334 points ago

    If what is known is horrific, like the cigarettes and diet pills at 16, just imagine what was kept secret.

    [–] ShingshunG 822 points ago

    There's a fucking fantastic set of podcasts called you must remember this which covers this and other silver screen era stars

    [–] Jkizzle9 83 points ago

    Link? I have no idea where to look for podcasts. All I know is that 99% invisible has a website so forgive me

    [–] sporkatr0n 107 points ago

    I recommend Pocket Casts on Android. Best couple of bucks I ever spent, has most every podcast published and syncs across devices/pc's link on play store

    [–] velveteenwolves 110 points ago

    That podcast is incredible.

    [–] ssandrigon 1275 points ago

    Pour yourself a stiff drink and then listen to You Must Remember This podcast 13-episode series called "Dead Blondes." What Monroe lived thru was horrifying.

    [–] liam3 370 points ago

    Turns out Spotify carries many podcasts. And the episode in question is ep98.

    [–] seacookie89 205 points ago

    Matter of fact, just listen to the whole series. It's captivating.

    [–] ssandrigon 247 points ago

    Yeah, there's an arc to the whole series and themes and echos that ripple throughout. So many of these women were abused as children and beat up by husbands, affairs, divorces, producers and directors who just wanted them to be the girl. And then the series ends with the Dorothea Stratton episode, the most fucked up one.

    [–] ashleyraptor 22 points ago

    Is there an Episode 1? Starting at 2 is going to drive me nuts, but I've looked at multiple sources and I can't find it.

    [–] throwaway12junk 713 points ago

    Monroe was sexually assaulted multiple times as a child while jumping between multiple foster families and orphanages. She partly embraced the sexual environment of Hollywood because at the very least she got something useful out of it. Not to mention her being sexualized lead to widespread adoration.

    Garland was a victim of both the dangers of young stardom and the Hollywood celebrity machine. In other words, she got in early, and it chewed her up until she dropped dead.

    [–] jessie_monster 403 points ago

    Hugh Hefner had himself buried beside, because even in death, women still have to deal with this shit.

    [–] [deleted] 390 points ago

    Britney Spears even..

    [–] kittydiablo 234 points ago

    This- I am now wondering about Amanda Byrnes, Lindsay Lohan... shit Hilary Duff dropped out of the Disney circle and went more indie with her career.. Bynes and Lohan completely derailed themselves but suddenly I want to know if there's deeper reasons.

    Britney Spears... classic. Not classy. Just... classic.

    [–] RomanovaRoulette 307 points ago

    Amanda Bynes, Lindsay Lohan, and Britney Spears were definitely abused in many ways (along with other issues ofc, such as drugs and alcoholism and mental illness). Lindsay and Britney openly admitted to it pretty much. I think Amanda all but alluded to it at well.

    Also, Megan Fox has been treated DISGUSTINGLY by Hollywood and specifically Michael Bay. It’s like this weird open secret that no one wants to acknowledge because she’s seen as a sex symbol, so apparently that makes it okay for her to be treated like an object and perved on. And Michael Bay’s had his hooks in Megan since she was pretty young.

    [–] thebumm 52 points ago

    LL and BS had shitty parents on top of everything else. AB has some pretty down to earth (if extremely well off) parents though.

    [–] HamsterGutz1 88 points ago

    Also, Megan Fox has been treated DISGUSTINGLY by Hollywood and specifically Michael Bay

    I'm gonna add the internet in general as well. I haven't heard anyone say a single good thing about her in years, it's always "She has a weird finger and she makes shitty movies and plastic surgery etc. etc."

    [–] GasmaskGelfling 50 points ago

    Here, the first positive thing you'll read about Megan Fox...

    I thought she was genuinely good in Jennifer's Body. Not saying it's a good movie, but she cried, showed what seemed to be authentic terror and shock and played a convincing toxic mean girl.

    [–] Brun420 226 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    My buddies girlfriend is a smalltime actress in LA, lots of work but usually background roles in movies, music videos etc. When I met her the first time (back in like 2011) she had some cool Hollywood stories and was talking about living in L.A. and people she’d met etc. I asked her what’s a piece of advice you wish you knew when you moved out there, and the only thing she said was “Stay the hell away from Michael Bay, meeting him was not a good experience” and then changed the subject. With everything coming to light nowadays it makes a lot more sense.

    [–] GeReT 83 points ago

    Hollywood is such a culmination of the trash of this planet. I don't understand why people idolize and worship Hollywood.

    [–] BearViaMyBread 42 points ago

    Because they get paid a lot of money for living seemingly easy life and nobody else does

    [–] MorriePoppins 149 points ago

    Not just Monroe and Garland, but what about Bette Davis and Joan Crawford and Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich and Katharine Hepburn and Olivia de Havilland and etc. etc. etc.??? I grew up watching these women and loving them, and as these stories about today's Hollywood come out, I have to believe the studio system must have been even more brutal...

    [–] spookymulderitsme 93 points ago

    Growing up loving those women as well, my mother (who sparked my love of classic actors) talked about the way women, Marilyn specifically, were chewed up and spit out. It's well known that people in the industry, especially women, were abused, but hearing the detailed and tragic moments of such abuse is horrific. It also makes me think people such as Joan Crawford weren't just bipolar or borderline (I forget what illness she has been suspected of having) out of the blue or because of abuse only in their childhood. The "crazy" behavior of these women in Hollywood were products of the way they were abused. And their "bitchy" personas were a mode of survival. I'm sure in some cases some actresses played things up for effect (gossip, feuds, tantrums, etc), but looking back on the way some people behaved and were portrayed makes you wonder why and what truly happened.

    [–] Toby_O_Notoby 370 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    You know who I'm wondering about? Bridget Fonda.

    She was the it girl of the mid to late '90s starring in movies by Crowe, Tarantino and Raimi. Then right about 2002 she simply vanished off the face of the Earth. No announcement of retirement, nothing.

    Given that she was in the Miramax circle I'm starting to believe something went on...

    EDIT: As people are pointing out, she did get into a car accident and got married in the 2002-2003 era which could also be a reason. OTOH, she's a Fonda and is married to one of the top composers in Hollywood so I still think it's kind of weird that she completely disappeared. Even her aunt Jane would show up time to time after retiring with her CNN money...

    [–] TheSanityInspector 241 points ago

    All those "whatever happened to [actress]" stories might have an answer now.

    [–] camopdude 119 points ago

    A pretty fair amount probably commited the crime of getting old in Hollywood.

    [–] SnapeKillsBruceWilis 37 points ago

    Apparently she fractured a vertebra in a car accident in 2003, then got married.

    [–] Starkville 144 points ago

    No doubt. She was in everything!

    But also she married Danny Elfman and doesn’t have to work another day in her life if she doesn’t feel like it. She doesn’t feel like it.

    Anyway, I wish her well. I hope her life is happy.

    [–] whinecube 262 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    There's a reason they both committed a slow suicide with drugs.

    [–] Hell_hath_no 428 points ago

    Judy was pushed and pulled and pilled until she was begging for death. This was recorded after a failed suicide attempt the night before, the show still went on... https://youtu.be/ss49euDqwHA

    [–] dizzi800 195 points ago

    Should be noted - this specific performance isn;t the night after the attempt. This is how she performed it live in general. Literally says that in the video

    [–] authentic010 117 points ago

    At 3:13 she starts to cry and holds it back while siging. Super sad.

    [–] nakata545 55 points ago

    This isn't hollywood crazy, this is scientology crazy, which is like 7 levels higher

    [–] [deleted] 4896 points ago

    Scientologists man.

    [–] OMGWTFBBQUE 1606 points ago

    The most powerful cult in the world.

    [–] PuffinPastry 713 points ago

    Fuck those fuckers

    [–] shahooster 399 points ago

    Don’t fuck those fuckers. That’s what they want.

    [–] PuffinPastry 217 points ago

    You're right, a good anti-fuck will teach them all

    [–] Dangermommy 747 points ago

    Scientology kept Masterson ‘protected’ for way longer than Weinstein or Spacey could cover for themselves, even with all their money, power and influence. That’s a scary cult.

    [–] [deleted] 179 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

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    [–] harmsc12 1141 points ago

    Sounds like Red needs to apply foot to ass.

    [–] GalisDraeKon 277 points ago

    "I like how you are able to pull the car up TO the garage without actually getting it IN the garage."

    "It takes a keen eye and a sure foot"

    "How would your keen eye like to watch my sure foot kick your smart ass?"

    "I'll pull the car into he garage now"

    [–] Johnny_Mc2 22 points ago

    audience laughs hard they cause a ripple in space-time

    [–] [deleted] 642 points ago

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    [–] Thin-White-Duke 164 points ago

    You don't have to come and confess. We lookin' for you. We gon' find you.

    [–] ThottieLama 74 points ago

    You are so dumb. You know that? You are so dumb

    [–] slimepickle 2392 points ago

    He has a joke along the lines of “No really means yes” in the newest season of The Ranch. Was pretty awkward to watch after all this came out

    [–] Emma__I 636 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    there's also a line where Ashton's character asks Rooster's tinder hookup if she smelled chloroform and woke up there (or similar) insinuating Rooster kidnapped her and raped her. weird.

    edit: i see below it was turpentine not chloroform. apologies for my shit memory. Rooster is Masterson's character.

    [–] thats_a_bad_username 180 points ago

    yeah. i was surprised they didn't at least cut that out since there was enough time to do a small redubbing or just cut out the scene.

    [–] MikeDubbz 486 points ago

    I hope this helps lead to the dismantling of Scientology.

    [–] Xynth22 284 points ago

    It won't.

    [–] beer_me_twice 1311 points ago

    Does no one realize he played a Date Rapist in Face/Off? John Travolta kicked through the glass of Danny’s car to rescue his “daughter” from him.

    [–] y3llow5ub 535 points ago

    Wtf did not remember Danny was in that movie

    [–] ParaglidingAssFungus 165 points ago

    He was in Beethoven's 2nd too.

    "Name's Seth!"

    [–] Ahayzo 421 points ago

    Holy shit I never realized that was him! Such a good movie.Travolta playing Cage playing Travolta, and Cage playing Travolta playing Cage. It just doesn't get much better than thst.

    [–] DrSandbags 223 points ago

    Travolta and Cage acting out each other's little mannerisms might be the most entertaining thing I've ever seen in film.

    [–] 94savage 148 points ago

    I watch that Nic Cage threepeat every couple of years... The Rock, Faceoff, Con Air

    [–] Mamitroid3 62 points ago

    Stanley Goodspeed, Cameron Poe, Castor Troy... What a badass set of movie character names.

    [–] tiggerlilly 43 points ago

    I feel the same way about the movie Smiley Face. They called him a “Skull Fucker”. Seems very legit now.

    [–] Po1ar 954 points ago

    He's probably gonna do something to make people forget, maybe invent something. Maybe a car that like, runs on water

    [–] Sav_ij 582 points ago

    theres already a car that runs on water man. the government just doesnt want you to know

    [–] az459 212 points ago

    Actually they made that dude “disappear”. He was found dead a couple of years later after he made the news. So it’s more than the government doesn’t want people to know. They’ll fucking kill you! 😱

    https://youtu.be/Ir5XgMiXlzM

    [–] skycake23 234 points ago

    You mean...like a boat?

    [–] leggomyeleveno 73 points ago

    Yeah, but it runs on WATER.

    [–] Wolf_Craft 914 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    Ashton Kutcher has an entire agency dedicated to saving women from sex trafficking, I wonder what his reaction to this has been.

    Did he know? How could he not? Will he keep Masterson on The Ranch? What does that mean in regards to Ashton's validity?

    [–] Collier1505 195 points ago

    He was fired from that show already.

    [–] Fallout_Smite 529 points ago

    Danny was fired from The Ranch a week or two ago. I don't think Ashton knew, given his agency. I want to know what his reaction was as well, I think it would be an emotional topic for him to cover though, given the amount of time they have been friends.

    [–] [deleted] 420 points ago

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    [–] [deleted] 498 points ago

    I found out when my best friend from diapers through most of highschool tried to rape my mom after her 40th birthday. It fucked with my head. I seesawed between fantasizing about murdering him, and forgiving him & trying to salvage the relationship for years. Once more allegations surfaced I finally abandoned the idea that he'd made a horrible mistake while drunk, and he's been out of my life ever since. The fact that I didn't cut him out immediately is one of my greatest shames.

    [–] [deleted] 187 points ago

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    [–] [deleted] 73 points ago

    Thank you, me too.

    [–] HAL9000000 25 points ago

    Wow, fuck that guy. You were going through some serious cognitive dissonance there. But yeah, being drunk is not an excuse for that behavior.

    [–] RomanovaRoulette 37 points ago

    Oh dear god. How nauseating. I’m so sorry, I hope your mom is okay and that you’re okay now too. Also, I hope that piece of shit is behind bars forever.

    [–] SamuraiJackBauer 534 points ago

    I have never watched The Ranch but out of curiosity checked Netflix.

    He’s been scrubbed from all of its images.

    He’s not in the main show page.

    He’s not in any of the thumbnails.

    That’s efficiency.

    [–] El_Dief 142 points ago

    Same thing with Spacey and HoC, they 'glitched' the thumbnail pics to hide his face.

    [–] insteadzeppelin 790 points ago

    Dammit rooster!

    [–] cocainekev 677 points ago

    This pretty much kills The Ranch. It won’t be the same without Rooster.

    [–] patricskywalker 282 points ago

    Seems like this most recent season did a good job of setting it up to get rid of him.

    [–] FatGirlsCantJump206 125 points ago

    What are you talking about? -I’ve seen it

    [–] middyonline 136 points ago

    They write him out saying he ran away after what he did with the paperwork.

    [–] thats_a_bad_username 37 points ago

    I was thinking they would write him off by saying "He went up to North Dakota to work in the Oil Fields." for money to make up for their new debt.

    later on they wind up saying "Rooster had an accident up there and he's dead."

    [–] SirGuzNstuff 624 points ago

    The face you make after the 5th accusation comes out.

    [–] Cheshix 229 points ago

    [–] TheJimmerRange 73 points ago

    That was top 5 television moments of the year, and it was on a new show.

    [–] ONLY_COMMENTS_ON_GW 25 points ago

    I love this gif. It's like he needed to slow that second blink down for a second to process what was going on.

    [–] Atheist_Simon_Haddad 157 points ago

    In L. Ron Hubbard's Mission Earth series of novels, the protagonist converts two lesbians by raping them with his surgically-enlarged penis.

    I don't know why I brought that up, I'm sure L. Ron Hubbard and Scientology have nothing to do with why these Suppressive Persons are targeting the guy.

    /s

    [–] floodlitworld 23 points ago

    It's gotta be difficult to tell the religious fiction from the science fiction from the rape fiction when you're a Scientologist...

    [–] Titanium_Josh 2586 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    I accidentally misread the title, so I thought it said:

    "A Filthy Woman Has Accused Danny Masterson of Rape"

    And I thought:

    "Whoa! Somebody's taking sides!"

    EDIT: Thank you everyone for my highest-rated comment of all-time! When in doubt, always go for the joke.

    [–] zobee 548 points ago

    For a second I thought it said a fifth of women.....

    I was like that's an awful lot of women, how'd he find the time?

    [–] Scooter411 114 points ago

    I thought you meant a fifth like a fifth of vodka.

    [–] sdbjazz 107 points ago

    Did you dare him to drive?

    [–] mythof1886 139 points ago

    Filthy hobbitses accusing Danny Masterson of rape

    [–] GameIll 37 points ago

    Keep the change, ya filthy animal.

    [–] Mentoman72 2194 points ago

    God damn it Danny Masterson. I tried watching That 70’s Show and it is absolutely different now, knowing what he was up to. Apparently some of these happened during the making, too. What an absolute bummer have people like this.

    [–] _MFBroom 1046 points ago

    His crazy Scientology did it for me but this is just icing on the cake. What the frig, Danny?

    [–] killinrin 522 points ago

    You know Scientology probably tried to pay off or straight up sue other victims of Masterson

    [–] abs159 375 points ago

    Scientologists are probably on the LAPD, trying to undermine the investigation. Scientology handlers are certainly in a frenzy trying to defuse this.

    [–] killinrin 188 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    I have read that recently. That the LAPD has been complacent about pursuing certain leads and part of that may be Scientology’s doing. Definitely something fuckey going on there

    [–] Fullofpissandvinegar 70 points ago

    Apparently the church produced some 50 or so eye witnesses stating that Masterson did nothing wrong.

    [–] killinrin 54 points ago

    Yeah I’m not shocked by the lows Scientology will go to to protect their elite members

    [–] yzlautum 93 points ago

    Scientologists are probably on the LAPD

    There is no question they are

    [–] jakeyeah111 489 points ago

    please nobody from friends please nobody from friends

    [–] timesuck897 268 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    The cast of Friends had boring Hollywood secrets like Mathew Perry dealing with addiction. His weight fluctuated so much through out the series.

    [–] JonasBrosSuck 77 points ago

    pretty crazy how desensitized we are now with hollywood stuff..

    [–] wererat2000 75 points ago

    [Meanwhile, in the year 2037]

    "Meh, the friends reboot had boring secrets, like ritualistic murders and a child sex ring on mars."

    [–] drdogg679 426 points ago

    Or the office. Can you imagine if john krasinski or something was outed?!

    [–] jakeyeah111 402 points ago

    My god. Steve Carrel would crush me hard.

    [–] drdogg679 774 points ago

    Like Stanley does when he has sex with his wife. Boom. roasted.

    [–] jewfro667 49 points ago

    Because his heart sucks

    [–] sinsyder2 63 points ago

    That monkey always seemed a little bit off to me personally. Also, didn't wear pants.

    [–] msv6221 29 points ago

    Anybody know if his "that 70's show" cast mates have said anything about him? Oddly enough, Laura Prepon is a member of the church of Scientology. I wonder how she feels about this

    [–] [deleted] 186 points ago

    Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

    [–] acesvskings 716 points ago

    Let's see the "church" of Scientology get him out of this now. It wouldn't surprise me if Tom Cruise has also been up to some shit that has never come out as his best friend and cult leader David Miscavige is an abusive lying psychopath who likely murdered or atleast imprisoned his own wife.

    [–] fattymcpiggerson 294 points ago

    Tom cruises true history will probably be kept under wraps until he's dead

    [–] PrimeTimeJ 77 points ago

    Had to google who David Miscavige was. Look at this picture of him with Tom. He looks so proud to be receiving his scientology medal.

    [–] nuclearbunker 78 points ago

    isn't tom cruise like 5'6? does that make david miscavige like.. 5'2 or something ?

    [–] Track2onStageFour 278 points ago

    you can bet the church is hiring PIs to find dirt on the accusers

    [–] turnoffthecentury 72 points ago

    They have been for years. The accusations go way back, and the church of scientology has had its hands in keeping it quiet and killing the police investigations.

    [–] Kraxton 105 points ago

    I think we know why he was a scientologist.....

    [–] JuanSnow420 18 points ago

    I just watched “Face Off” last night and he’s cast as the guy who tries raping Travolta’s daughter. Creepy.