Newswire: Seth Rogen declares “bullshit” as writer claims MTV stole his talk show idea

Seth Rogen, star of comedy vehicles, cult TV shows, and the occasional international incident, has once again returned to his favorite hobby: Dishing out succulent hot takes to the Twitter-reading masses. Fresh off of getting banned from a steakhouse and feuding with Kid Rock—which, on an interesting side note, gives him the same demographic profile as the front man of an Eddie Money tribute band—Rogen has weighed in on a conflict brewing between MTV, College Humor, and a Los Angeles-based comedy writer.

.@VanTheBrand @spencerlgriffin @MTV THIS IS BULLSHIT!

— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) September 15, 2015

The writer in question, Van Robichaux, contends that MTV’s new new collaboration with College Humor, Middle Of The Night Showin which celebrities are “ambushed” in their bedrooms and forced to host an impromptu talk show—is a copy of a live program he and several other performers put together at the UCB …

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