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Danny Bonaduce has a highly inflated sense of self

by Karina Longworth, posted Oct 29th 2005 9:07PM
dannybonaduce.jpg Anyone who has so much as lazily glazed over Breaking Bonaduce (I'm totally addicted) has watched Danny Bonaduce vacillate wildly (and bipolarly) between hyperactive self-loathing and the kind of casual bravado seen spouting only from the mouths of those with terminally low self esteem. I love the latter Danny; the former scares me to death. Luckily, it's the absurd ego-monster that's been talking to Page Six. The gossip sheet quoted Danny the other day talking about one of his finest hours. "My 1991 brawl with a transvestite is still the classic," Bonaduce bragged. "I saw the cops and thought, 'Hmmm. Danny Partridge beating the [bleep] out of a transvestite hooker. I should probably run.' I listened to my own high-speed pursuit on the stereo of my car after beating the [bleep] out of a transvestite prostitute. That's bitchin'." This quote almost makes me jealous – I very rarely have cause to refer to my own antics as "bitchin'". But mostly, I think it's amazing that no matter how much evidence there is to the contrary, Danny Bonduce refuses to stop believing that he's a living legend.

[via A Socialite's Life]
 

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Zak Mehoffer

After viewing the Friday Nov 25, 2005 Craig Ferguson show which featured Danny Bonaduce as the lead guest I found the interview between Bonaduce and Craig Ferguson to be very unresponsible and just plain "not funny". Mr. Bonaduce apparently has completed at least one pass at a "country club" alcohol rehabilitation in the greater LA area and has attained some number of sober days (presumably). His characterization of the recovery (during the interview) was very misguided and irresponsible, particularly toward the men and women who take the Alcoholics Anonymous 12 step program seriously and with the utmost humility, powerlessness and love which it requires in order to succeed and to help others. To All MEDIA: In the future please give air time to guests with well-thought-out viewpoints; the ramblings of a coddled non-star, Danny Bonaduce (who hasn't yet finished his "use career") are a waste of air time, not to mention an insult to the professionals who attempted to give him a brief glimpse into humility and true personal growth through sobriety.

November 27 2005 at 5:00 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Michelle

It is really sad, he honestly thinks he is abused. No matter what happens in life to him... he loves to play the poor me card. I wonder if he has ever had a REAL problem? Or one he has not created for himself. If it weren't for all his "pain" in life, he would be nowhere now. ANYWAYS

November 11 2005 at 1:44 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Steve

What inept television producer/station thought that anyone with a brain would want to see him in the first place? I am so tired of hearing about television/movie stars making loads of cash and wham...their in re-hab! I will pray for you Mr. Bonaduce.

October 30 2005 at 8:00 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Blah

Someone really need to smash his skull in. Or turn him into a psych ward. He annoys the hell out of me and needs to get his head out of his ass.

October 29 2005 at 10:30 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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