By Jim Schutze
By Rachel Watts
By Lauren Drewes Daniels
By Anna Merlan
By Lee Escobedo
By Alice Laussade
By Scott Reitz
If you haven't been watching The Battle for Ozzfest--and unless your Monday night is as lame as mine, I assume you haven't been--here's an update: We're seven episodes into the season, and Dallas' Marc Serrano of A Dozen Furies is still going strong. The good news is that of the show's eight contestants, Serrano may be the most appealing. He's kind, hardworking and honest; meanwhile, some of the other bozos deserve nothing short of a slipknot to the crotch. Two weeks ago, Serrano was such a good sport he introduced Lamb of God to an Ozzfest audience wearing nothing but a tiny leather bikini and endured the band's razzing with aplomb. The bad news is that the show has failed to generate much excitement. Not enough happens, and there's little drama aside from annoying cast members, who should have been kicked off the show weeks ago. Never content to milk a trend when they could suck it bone-dry, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne have stretched the season across too many episodes with little to entice viewers from one week to the next. Somebody call Mark Cuban--now here's a reality show he could actually trump.
A Dozen Furies will play the Ridglea Theater on Saturday, December 18, for a show that may--or may not!--be filmed by MTV.
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