Tabloid Whore!



Oh dear. Remember Ken Kercheval, the actor who played that mean old Cliff Barnes on the TV show Dallas? Well, just like Paris Hilton, Kercheval was also arrested this week for drunk driving. The National Enquirer has exclusively uncovered that 71 year old Ken was arrested Sept 6th in Clinton, Indiana after "a routine traffic stop." They also report that when he arrived at the slammer, his blood alcohol level was .19. Oh no Cliff Barnes, what up with that? Even though I think anyone that drinks and drives deserves whatever happens to them, something about the look on the face of this 71 year old man makes me sad. Maybe he was just upset that like Paris, he didn't get his In N Out burger either?


Anonymous rayray said...

people need to stop eating meat then TW. Good luck with that! Or maybe, just maybe, if we made people responsble for their actions, paris couldn't rely on her excuses and take some responabilty as an adult instead of a 3 year old.

11:01 AM, September 08, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Drinking sure ages people.

2:04 PM, September 08, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You really want to globally publicize some first-time drunk driving charge to a 71 actor - not celebrity - whose claim to fame is dallas, some thousand years ago... wow, how hard up are you?
Look out for Karma..

4:42 PM, September 08, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's nice to know anonymous 4:42 cares more about this "71 year old actor" being globally publicized more than he/she does about the people he endangered on the road.

4:58 PM, September 08, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, he did endanger people on the road. But let's remember the people Paris endangers on the Internet and at the newsstand every day! The more we read about her coddled, PR-driven trainwreck personality, the more we seethe at the injustice. C'mon, we've all surfed over to TMZ where people are sick of her and don't care the least if she's "hurt" by all the criticism.

As for Mr. Kercheval. I've read that he's hit hard financial times and things are not going well for him. He shouldn't drink and drive.... but it's hard for people to even tell if one or two drinks puts them over the limit.

Unless you're Eliot Mintz, of course, who seems to know much more than the police. "Oh, Paris wasn't drunk at all!" How 'bout a little accountability there?

5:57 PM, September 08, 2006  
Blogger get in mah belly said...

poor guy :-(

7:55 PM, September 08, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't feel sorry for this guy... he's a real piece of work! He's been busted more than once for DUI's in California. Instead of throwing a sorry party, the Indiana authorities shoud TRHOW THE BOOK AT HIM!! BIG TIME LOSER!!

4:43 PM, September 13, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have been working with Ken for the past three months. Don't judge him, folks. He has not touched a drink in all that time. There but for the Grace of God, and all that!
Ken, bless you. Stay well and good.

3:46 PM, January 30, 2007  

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