LOGO Network Utterly Chopped, Immediate Rupology Demanded
Due to a contract dispute, DirecTV customers may lose LOGO, decaying and de-gaying host vessel for beloved RuPaul’s musings. In addition to the heavenly angel RuPaul’s melodic tones and cunty runway commentary, DirecTV subscribers may also be without obscure comedy programming we’ve never even heard of, such as something called ‘The Daily Show’.
DirecTV customers went without Nickelodeon, MTV, VH1, Comedy Central and a dozen other cable channels owned by Viacom on Wednesday at the start of an unusually widespread channel blackout that drew complaints from would-be viewers across the United States.
The two companies blamed each other for the blackout, which began around midnight as a result of a dispute over a new carriage contract for the Viacom-owned channels. About 20 million households are affected, representing one-fifth of all the nation’s subscribers to cable or satellite television service.
Never one to stay silent for long, RuPaul immediately donned her best tennis ball colored A-line dress to let them have it. It’s never too late to rupologize, DirecTV.