HomeTVDirty Sexy MoneyWhoopi Blasts Bosses For Ditching “Stone” and “Money” Jillian Bowe December 11, 2008 7 Comments Seems like we’re not the only ones pissed at ABC for letting some great shows bite the dust. Today on The View, co-host Whoopi Goldberg decided to let her employers at ABC know how she feels on their decision to cancel Eli Stone and Dirty Sexy Money. At the 6:00 minute mark until the end, Ms. Goldberg comes out swinging on ABC and isn’t afraid to do so! Love Joy’s comments about the entire thing. Anyone else find it refreshing that a star at major network decided to call out their bosses for some of the stupid mistakes their making regardless of any consequences they may face? Maybe this will become a new trend for television actors to put their executive bosses on full blast. Here’s hoping the brass over at ABC decide to halt cancelling DSM and ES! 7 Responses liason4real December 11, 2008 Good for Whoopi! Log in to Reply sonyab1974 December 12, 2008 You tell em Whoopie!!! Log in to Reply tonyjets02 December 12, 2008 I am wondering which shows Whoopi would cut if she were a network executive to keep the DSM budget low and keep Eli Stone. Log in to Reply elbugten December 12, 2008 I don’t know what Whoopi would cut, but I’d start with The Bachelor/Bachelorette, According to Jim Season 27, and anything Tom Bergeron hosts. I’d also look into Extreme Makeover Home Edition, since some of those families are losing their homes now due to refinancing and the mortgage crisis. Good for Whoopi to call TPTB out on their errors. Someone has to stand up to those turkeys. Log in to Reply pxlbarrel December 12, 2008 I would have added Pushing Daisies to that list of shows that ABC have stupidly cancelled. I love that show. Its writing is so bizarre but beautiful. Log in to Reply dmfj December 12, 2008 That is cool that she said what a lot of fans are thinking. She is in a position that she can say whatever she wants. Whoopi doesn’t depend on ABC for her future financial security. Log in to Reply tanmany2k December 12, 2008 I hope DSM can be saved. It’s a great show. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.