What are the odds that ABC orders another season of Splash after the train wreck that this season has become.
A fifth contestant has become injured in the show, which features "stars" - I use the term loosely - competing against one another in aquatic competition.
The first to fall was Chuy Bravo, who left the show after fracturing his heel at an after party after the first episode was taped. Then comedian Louie Anderson bruised his ribs, skier Rory Bushfield ruptured an eardrum and model Katherine Webb quit after injuring her back, after doctor's advised her to leave the show.
Now Nicole Eggert, the former Baywatch and Charles in Charge star, has hurt herself after a bad landing earlier this week. Eggert was sent to the hospital and spent several hours there.
The show has also had to deal with Kendra Wilkinson quitting after she suddenly realized that joining a diving competition was a bad idea for someone with a fear of heights.
The show's ratings have fallen by more than 3.5 million viewers since the premiere, down to a season low 5.2 million viewers.
Five contestants remain in the competition - Eggert, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Drake Bell, Brandi Chastain and Bushfield. At this time, it is unknown if Eggert had to quit the show.