Ox Notes: April 8, 2009

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David Alan Grier deserves an award for the Most Hilarious Comment After Being Eliminated from Dancing with the Stars. He told Access Hollywood that judge Carrie Ann Inaba — with whom he worked on In Living Color — could "eat a dick." He expressed similar sentiments when he spoke to OK! Magazine.

I’m convinced that DAG’s post-DwtS ranting is a joke, and I reference as proof his recent appearance on the Adam Corolla Podcast. He told a story about the months he spent trying to convince Dr. Drew Pinsky that he was mad at him, even though he really wasn’t, simply because he thought it was funny.

For more backstage interviews, check out ET and The Insider. Julianne Hough told E! after the show that she won’t be back for DwtS next season. Even if she has a new boyfriend to promote?

People has a What You Didn’t See report from the set of Monday’s Performance Show, which was watched by 19.6 million viewers.

No charges have been filed against So You Think You Can Dance choreographer Alex Da Silva, who was arrested on Saturday on four allegations of sexual assault, though the police investigation continues.

NBC is moving the low-rated Kings to Saturday nights.

On May 4, Lifetime will debut a multiplatform cooking show called Cook Yourself Thin, featuring Top Chef Season 1 contestant Candice Kumai.

FOX is developing yet another horrible reality show, this time aiming to capitalize on the economic downturn. Someone’s Gotta Go will enable the employees of a small business to choose which of their coworkers should be fired. Seriously? This isn’t The Apprentice. Who wants to watch someone get fired from their real job?