Like everything that Jon and Kate do though, it's partly for the sake for their eight children and partly for the sake of their now-defunct television careers. Jon said that he regretted his treatment of Kate post-divorce, according to People Magazine, but also admitted he's been fielding some TV offers. Whoa!
"I am sorry, because I did stuff I wouldn't want done to me," he said. And by "stuff," he means a bevy of younger and hotter fame whores seemingly within minutes of signing divorce papers. "I was passive aggressive. Then I'd get mad, but I was the one who wasn't communicating."
These days, Jon has been working out of the public eye as a director of sales and promotions for Gameface Int, but said that doesn't mean he's ruling out a return to TV for the right project. Just don't expect to see his kids on the air. "I've been offered a lot of stuff," he says. "Crazy stuff. It wasn't the right fit, then or now. I don't want [my kids] thinking I take every show just to make a buck."
It could be that Jon and Kate realize they need each other to get on television. Jon's attempt to stay relevant with a clothing line lasted about 42 seconds, while Kate Plus 8 was cancelled after two seasons and her diva antics have left her blacklisted in Hollywood.
Would you want to see Jon and Kate on TV again?
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