These girls will compete to be the next Pusycat Doll on The CWAfter the most recent Nielsen Ratings placed The CW Network below all other major networks, as well as Univision (Spanish-speaking), the network has decided to take a new direction in programming, targeting Americans with below-average IQs.

“Currently, we target the 18-34 year-old audience,” said Les Moonves, President and CEO of CBS, which co-owns The CW with Warner Brothers. “We acknowledge our weakness in that market, and would like a add programming that will also bring in the 10% of our population with an IQ of 80 or below.” Moonves maintains that many of the shows will not have to change much, since a number of the viewers are pre-teens, whose adult-IQ-equivalent would fall somewhere in the 80 range.

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