This bit of news is kind of confusing. I read it twice to see why Erik Estrada started cursing some stabbing victim out. It could be that I’m insanely retarded, but I highly doubt that because after they put two brains in my head my IQ is an astonishing 105. That’s a good number right?
Anyway, Estrada is on a new reality show called Armed & Famous premiering January 10 on CBS. The premise is a bunch of semi-famous people train to be reserve officers for the Muncie, Indiana police department. A-list stars such as La Toya Jackson, Jack Osbourne, Jason “Wee Man” Acuna and Trish Stratus are all in it.
From what I gather, the argument started after the victim called Estrada Emilio Estevez. Awesome.
The 57-year-old actor entered the ambulance after being asked to remove handcuffs from Sims, who had been stabbed in the leg during a domestic dispute. After addressing Estrada as Estevez, another Hollywood actor, Sims said he didn’t want to appear on the show. The confrontation erupted after Sims, who led a successful push in 2004 to rename a Muncie street in honor of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., told Estrada he knew nothing about King and had only been in Muncie “for two days,” The Star Press reported Friday.
Ok, so Estrada bitched this guy out because he called him Emilio Estevez. Wouldn’t that be a compliment? C’mon, Emilio was in Repo Man. How much cooler can you get. It’s not like he called him Wilmer Valderrama.