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Ashton Kutcher To Develop A Reality Show About The DMV

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LOLz! Is this necessary?

Ashton Kutcher is developing another reality show that will go behind-the-scenes of working at the good ol' DMV.

His pal and business partner Jason Goldberg (who also produced Punk'd and Beauty and the Geek with Ashton) described the show, saying:

"We’ve all spent time at the DMV, but few people know what it’s like to work for the DMV. California DMV: Field Offices promise to be a glimpse at what DMV workers experience, from strange to hilarious."

The show will shoot on location in several different DMV offices and will air on truTV.

Is watching people wait in line for hours really THAT funny? Hollywood has literally ran out of ideas.

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8 comments to “Ashton Kutcher To Develop A Reality Show About The DMV”



  1. 1

    Douche bag looks stoned. Why does he get publicity? Is he following Charlies Sheen's behavior or is just stupid



  2. 2

    i love it how you picked the douchiest picture ever of him to accompany this post. I wonder how he will do on 2 1/2 men. Im not going to watch to find out



  3. 3

    Ugh…do we really need more of this guy?



  4. 4

    Does anyone else realize that there is a show about working at the DMV called Parking Wars? So bascially King Douche here is trying to come off all creative, when in reality, he has yet again ripped someone else's idea off…why do we keep letting him act?



  5. 5

    I hate this mommy's boy.



  6. 6

    Parking Wars is hilarious, and it's the same sort of idea. Regular people without the right paperwork having to wait 5 hours in line… sounds lame when you say it, but the show is very funny. Also good for a laugh was the show Airline, where you watch passengers who missed their flights or are denied boarding because they're too drunk. Anyway, Ashton's new show sounds like it's from the DMV workers' perspective rather than the irate people's.
    It's possible that I'm the only one who finds these sorts of shows funny, of course.



  7. 7

    IT COULD BE FUNNY

    DON'T HATE



  8. 8

    Re: xxAlphaKittenxx – nah, you're not the only one that finds them funny :-p they make me laugh as well