Up untilo recently, American foodies entrusted Paula Deen’s tongue to give them savory recipes. However, Deen’s admission to nonchalantly rolling the N-word off her tongue like it was melted butter and blatantly displaying racially insensitive attitudes towards African-Americans has turned the former cooking show host into a social pariah–and social media punchline.
On Saturday, the Food Network responded to the online outrage by cancelling her show, but Twitter was available to offer suggestions for appropriate parody series' that Deen could watch in her newfound spare time. On a side note, if Food Network needs to fill Deen’s time slot, they should hit up Bun B’s agent.
#PaulaDeenTVShows The Amazing Racist!!!
— Shawn Wayans (@Shawn_Wayans) June 22, 2013
Two and 3/5th Men #pauladeentvshows
— Dad? Dad. Dad! DAD! (@Playing_Dad) June 22, 2013
#PaulaDeenTVShows The David Dukes of Hazzard
— Lizzuendo (@Lizzs_Lockeroom) June 21, 2013
— KelleyLCarter (@KelleyLCarter) June 21, 2013
"According to Jim Crow" #PaulaDeenTVShows
— Aaron Foley (@holyfoley) June 21, 2013
— Ryan Goodwin (@RGoody4) June 21, 2013
Battlestar Gobacktoafrica #PaulaDeenTVShows
— thesarcastro (@thesarcastro) June 21, 2013
The Back of the Magic School Bus #PaulaDeenTVShows
— Mo (@_iheartmomo) June 21, 2013
— Folie_A_Deux (@NilSineLabore_7) June 22, 2013