We've been following this Alec Baldwin versus My Name Is Earl feud with some interest, but now the mud is being flung so quickly we can barely keep up—so bear with us as we recap Hollywood's most fascinating catfight:
The 30 Rock star started it all in a New Yorker profile by saying NBC head honchos pay more attention to Earl than to his series.
My Name Is Earl's creator, Greg Garcia, responded via Defamer by calling Alec a psychotic narcissist.
Alec shot back on the Huffington Post site: "For Earl's creator, Greg Garcia, who referred to me as a 'psychotic,' I have only one question. Why are you Scientologists always rendering these medical opinions you aren't qualified to give?"
Now Garcia's taking no prisoners—firing back at Baldwin, bald people and Yes, Dear. We are not making this up:
"Alec, I can't tell you how happy I am to once again point out that you are an idiot. I'm unable to answer your question about Scientologists because, although I respect anyone's right to their own beliefs, I am not currently nor have I ever been a Scientologist. Maybe you should have done some research that extended past the comments section of Defamer before you crafted your insult.
"If you choose to attack me again may I suggest something witty about me creating the show Yes, Dear or just simply a joke about the fact that I’m bald. Both true."
Forget about Jennie Garth versus Shannen Doherty or Miley Cyrus versus Selena Gomez. Two grown men publicly trading barbs is just brilliant. All we can hope for now is that Scientologists, bald people and the stars of Yes, Dear decide to join in on the fray and blast both men away.