I apologize, too, for writing another blog on Terrell Owens. But the Buffalo Bills receiver seems to be everywhere on television these days.
At 10 tonight on the new Comedy Central series, "Tosh.O," Owens delivers a series of deadpan apologies for future -- and past-- events.
Apparently, the 90-second bit -- which already is on the Comedy Central Web site -- was shot before Owens' sorry performance with supermodel teammate Joanna Krupa in Tuesday's premiere of ABC's "The Superstars."
Dressed sharply in a suit, Owens didn't apologize in the piece for the "Superstars" performance. But he apologized for any excessive celebrations that will occur this season and for some recent television and movie disasters even though he had nothing to do with them.
"I apologize for the Joe Buck Show (on HBO)," said a deadpan Owens. "Someone needs to apologize for that show."
Sorry, T.O., but I didn't think much of your apologies. I didn't laugh loudly once.
If you've seen the Comedy Central clip, what did you think of Owens' performance? And would you celebrate if he reduced his TV appearances?
-- Alan Pergament