The Real Loser at the Oscars This Year Was PwC

Yeah yeah, we're a little late talking about the Oscars but we wanted to let everyone get the noteworthy stuff out of the way first — the Ellen selfie, old lady hating, and of course John Travolta's name butchering (not coincidentally, I ran Colin's name through the Slate generator and it came out Colin) — before we point out that there's nowhere to go but down when it comes to PwC and the Oscars.

Explain, if you will, how we went from BoMo not even getting side eye from the First Lady at the White House last year to the Academy not even getting PwC's name right in a stupid, MS Paintified tweet this year?

Last year:

This year:

GUYS. It hasn't been Cooper since, like, 1957. You've had plenty of time to get this right.

Considering this was PwC's 80th year protecting the integrity of the voting process, I'd say they totally got stiffed. But hey, they'll always have their Pinterest board.

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