But really, it could have been announced to 0.0 hype and fanfare and it still would have sucked.
You know those movies that you go back and watch and say "It doesn't hold up"? "Private Parts" didn't hold up at the time. It was stillborn.
It was as unfunny as it was untrue; just like his marriage. How that all played out was so amaaazingly fitting it's not even funny. Like "Private Parts"-not even funny.