Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is, inexplicably, getting his own sitcom

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Fred Durst

Following in the weighty footsteps of Mark McGrath before him, Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is making the move into TV. Bowing to what was almost certainly an overwhelming outcry from the TV-watching public, CBS has signed Durst to the aptly-titled sitcom Douchebag. Yes, you read that correctly.

Durst is set to star in the series as a "rock legend" trying to juggalo juggle the demands of his "high profile lifestyle" with the pressures of being a family man.

Fingers crossed that news of an hourlong Crazytown drama and an episode of Antiques Roadshow hosted by Slipknot are soon to follow. In any case, glad to hear that more great art is yet to come from the talent, nay, genius behind songs like "Break Stuff." Never forget: