Jon Gosselin Tells Kate: "Reality TV is Not a Career"

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Jon Gosselin Tells Kate: \"Reality TV is Not a Career\"
Remember when Jon Gosselin was a doting father on a good natured TLC show about a woman with a huge uterus? Then flash forward a few years to when Jon was unofficially endorsing Ed Hardy, going to pool parties and acting like some kind of D-List celeb? Well, now he's "normal" again and giving Kate some life advice. Celebs! I can't keep up!

Now that Kate's reality show has been cancelled Jon feels the need to dole out some fatherly advice (where was this help before they divorced?)

Anyways, Jon talks to RumorFIx and has some biting words for his ex wife.

"Reality TV is not a career. Get back to a normal life - a simple life. Provide for your family."

Now Jon has returned to a normal life, but only after dating college girls and turning into a skeezebag for a minute. Somehow, he now works as a computer support engineer.

Kate told People mag that she is "freaking out" providing for her 8 kids without the reality show. Jon says if he can manage a return to normalcy and pay child support, so can she.

"I don't have a farm on 24 acres and the kids seem to have a great time at my house." Ouch. John:1, Farms: 0.

However, Jon says he has no worries that Kate Gosselin should be fine, "Things will work out the way they should work out. Obviously, there are families out there that have several kids - people work normal jobs and things work out."

Basically what he's saying is...Stop whoring out your 8 kids and get a job. Kate Gosselin isn't famous. Kate Gosselin's reproductive system is famous. If she never had 6 kids at one time, she'd just be another mom with a bad haircut and a 24 acre ranch.

Jon says he's a new man, "I go to work every day and provide for my family. I spend time with my kids - spend time on the weekends...and enjoy a normal lifestyle."

However, Kate has no desire to go back to a normal life. "I want to stay in TV because I feel comfortable there, it's an exciting life," says Kate.

Yah, duh, of course she wants to "stay in TV." Now you don't have TLC paying for family trips to Disney World, sorry but the kids are going to have to learn to love Knotts Berry Farm.

I can't believe I'm saying this, but I miss douchebag Jon Gosselin. Bring back the wrap-around sunglasses and underage girlfriends Jon! Jon giving fatherly advice is making me uncomfortable, because that means the Gosselins are well adjusted and that means I have nothing more to write about.
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