Imagine that you're living in America and a new pop boy band emerges and seizes the eyes and ears of the nation. I'm a little out of the loop right now...who do the kids listen to these days? How about them Jonas brothers? They'll do fine.
Ok, so here come the Jonas brothers, full steam ahead. They're doing concerts. But that's only just the start. So you're watching TV (one of two-dozen or so channels that are available to you), and behold - the Jonas brothers are guest starring on a sketch comedy show! SNL? Sure, why not.
Now imagine that they're on SNL every week. Good, good. Oh, look - there're on Oprah, too. And the Price is Right, and Jeopardy. Hell, even Wheel of Fortune. Not only that, but you get to watch them watching Emeril and Rachel Ray cook up a storm. Then you get to actually see them eat that food. But imagine that Emeril only makes pasta, every week (albeit with different types of sauce), and Rachel makes nothing but soup. Great. Next, you watch them watching and reacting to the news.
Now imagine this kind of programming never ends, for weeks, months, or perhaps even years, until the public is finally burned out on the Jonas brothers.
Oh, but it's not so bad. There are a couple dozen other personalities floating around the same shows. Let's say Lady Gaga, Carrot Top, Snooki, Arnold, Bill Nye, anyone else who has some unique or ridiculous look or manner (yes, bow ties count as wacky). No one normal, please. Then throw them together and make a show out of it. Think Hollywood Squares, except this accounts for 90% of what's on TV.
So we have music, and TV...but don't forget that movie the Jonas brothers just made! You know, the romantic comedy. They're so talented, after all - why wouldn't you want to see them on the big screen, too?
Excellent. All that's left is to give them a show that runs for 8 hours straight on New Year's Day. God bless