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"The Game" Facebook Fan Page Gone Bad!


I've never heard of a show that was on CW and is now on BET called "The Game," but that's because my frame of reference is pretty much The Brady Bunch, Gilligan's Island, I Dream of Jeannie, and Hogan's Heroes.

BTW. isn't it odd that Hogan's Heroes is no longer aired in reruns?

Guess Nazi humor isn't what it used to be.

Anyway,  this nice lady created a fan page on Facebook for The Game, then the show moved to BET and they started to work together, and then a lawsuit before Judge Cohn happened:
After signing the Letter Agreement, the parties discussed the possibility of BET employing Mattocks full-time. See DE 71 at 5, ¶ 27; DE 83 at 4-5, ¶ 27. During the course of these discussions, in June 2012, Mattocks informed BET that she would “restrict BET’s administrative access” to the FB Page “[u]ntil such time as we can reach an amicable and mutually beneficial resolution” concerning her employment. DE 70-13 at 17 (Mattocks Dep., Ex. 26). The same day, Mattocks demoted BET’s administrative access to the Page. See DE 71 at 5, ¶ 28; DE 83 at 5, ¶ 28. Mattocks concedes that, because of this demotion, BET was no longer free to post content on the Page.
Oh boy -- slam dunk sj for BET.

(Seems like she got a little carried away.)

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  1. It's a fun show SFL, you should give it a try!

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  2. Colonel Klink was such a fox, as in Fox News.

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  3. After all the publicity you've given her, the least Julie Kay should do is acknowledge that she got this story from the blog.

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