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Worst TV Moments of 2003

Rory Gilmore had two hotties after her, Jess and Dean, on the Gilmore Girls.
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Ryan Seacrest is the host with the most on American Idol and American Juniors.
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Television had some classic moments in 2003 - classically good and classically bad. Kidzworld's dishin' on the best TV moments of 2003 and the worst - check it out!

Worst TV Moments of 2003

Fearless Fall-Out

Picture this: it's spring 2003 and the networks release their list of new shows. The WB says they've got this show about a girl who can't feel fear. It's called Fearless and it stars this totally awesome cast, including Rachael Leigh Cook and hottie Eric Balfour. It looks like Alias only younger and hipper. But then fall comes and Fearless has vanished! Turns out The WB decided not to air it... yet. No idea when - or if - it will air it. Pretty lame, huh?

Jess' Non-Existent Spin-Off

Gilmore Girls had it all in the hot boy department. There was Dean and Jess - what more did you need? Then, there was talk of Milo Ventimiglia getting his own show. He was written outta Gilmore Girls. Jess headed to Cali to get to know his dad. Although, sad to see him go - and Rory and Jess' relationship end - Gilmore Girls fans were kinda excited to see Milo in his very own show. But, the show never happened. It was supposed to be titled Windward Circle, but it was axed before the first episode was even filmed cuz The WB decided it was too expensive to film in Venice Beach, California (where the show was to be set). Thanks for nothing WB!

The American Idol Finale

Sure, we watched (and loved) every minute of the second season of American Idol, but what was with the finale? It was filled with sketchy moments. Firstly, it looked like Clay knew Ruben's name was gonna be called. There are rumors he saw the paper Ryan Seacrest was holding, and that's pretty believeable. Clay Aiken just stared right at Ruben Studdard and didn't even flinch when 205's name was called. And, did anybody ever really figure out how close the voting was? Ryan Seacrest messed up the numbers on the finale, and there have been a bunch of "real" numbers floating around ever since. Lastly, with so many crazy Claymates in the world (and Clay's record smokin' Ruben's record on the charts), it's hard to believe Clay didn't win.

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