That's the first thing that came to our minds after accidentally stumbling upon a replay of the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards. That seems odd programming for a channel that hasn't shown an actual music video in years.
Yeah, we're older and grumpier, more nostalgic and delusional about the past, so you can take all this with a grain of salt.
Seriously, we had no clue that this particular awards show was still in existence. We suppose, were we in the 15-24 demographic (is that even a real demographic?), we might actually be aware of and maybe even be able to feign some semblance of caring about the VMAs. However, alas, we are not. The three minutes that we did see was, well, just asinine. Alcohol and drugs kill brain cells. In those three minutes of viewing, our brain cells were attempting suicide.
When MTV plays another video, will someone please alert us. But if they play them late at night, don't bother. We are already in bed. Have to be up early to yell at that the kids to get off our damned lawn. In the meantime we'll be watching That Metal Show and MetalMania on VH1 Classic.