Darnell said he wasn’t concerned about the emotional fallout in a workplace after “Someone’s Gotta Go,” where an employee might be left to work with a colleague they’d just said on national television should be fired.
“Sounds like good reality television,”
Sounds utterly pathetic to me, but I guess it's what the public is drooling for.
"Ooh, will we get to see former friends and coworkers screaming at each other and hating each other? Will we get to see someone despondent and depressed because they were laid off, maybe even turning to alcohol? Oh goody goody, I'll get the popcorn!!!"