Is it your brand of highly obnoxious, crudely constructed, and quick-fix (much like crack) reality shows?
Your shameless pride in said shows?
The long running and amazing shows you've brought on the air, such as The Simpsons and The X-Files?
The lesser-quality, but still somewhat decent shows like Ally McBeal?
No, no, there's something else. Oh yes. I know exactly what it is.
It's the fact that despite your rise from "that other network" to one of the "Big Four" you've decided that instead of letting interesting and unique shows proper and flourish on your network, you've got to cancel them before they're given a chance to gather a fanbase and ratings.
As long as it's insta!ratings, the show can stay. So The O.C. stays on, for which I am grateful, but honestly, Fox, do you need to fill in your programming with shows such as The Littlest Groom or whatever-the-fuck?
And cancel Wonderfalls after four episodes? Seriously, I think you've got a problem, Fox. Which is why I'm not yelling at you. This isn't a confrontation. This is an intervention.
I'm worried about you, Fox. You seem to want to bring interesting shows on your network, but your desire to cancel them before the audience can even get into the shows is worrying.
That's why I'm telling you this, Fox. Because, while we can't be close, because you've done some things I don't agree with, I thought I could be a viewer. But your biggity-bitchery in your treatment of shows, just ain't right. I think you need help, Fox.
I'll be here for you,