But intuition and logic don't mean a thing unless you've got a source willing to confirm it. Good thing we have one of those:
"Jon has a lot of things going on now with his career," a Gosselin insider tells E! News. "Of course his main concern is his children, but he is focusing on his private and his professional life. He is looking into some major international endorsement deals and it looks like he is going to have his own show."
He still has 30 Jon & Kate Plus 8 episodes left on the 40-episode order TLC placed, and the network has no comment on Jon's new reality-show scheming.
We'll just have to wait and see if VH1 will hook him up with his own Rock of Love-type gig. Or maybe he'll pitch it as a Sex and the City meets Entourage type of thing. Just Jon and his three best bros hitting up the clubs in their finest Ed Hardy, sipping their Ed Hardy vodka and smelling like Ed Hardy cologne. Or maybe someone will have enough foresight to just kill the whole thing.
Let's take a look back at all the highs and lows of Jon & Kate in our gallery on the reality TV family.