Comment of the Day: Who Would You Kill Off?

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We've all had a favorite character from a favorite show get killed off. It's one of those inevitabilities that comes with long-running shows and short actors' contracts (someone needs to rethink that hot-dog-bun-to-hot-dog-package ratio), and today's Pop Rocks brought to mind those characters that were never killed off, but really, really needed to be. We don't care if everyone loved ALF. The dude ate cats, and that's not cool.

Several readers had their own ideas for who should be knocked off, but Rick Celeita caught our attention with this short-and-sweet suggestion:

The whole Jersey Shore cast.

Couldn't agree more.

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