NBC Exec Slams Heidi And Spencer For 'Celebrity' Antics

'They are everything that's wrong with America,' network VP Paul Telegdy says.

It's been a whirlwind week on "I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here!" Within the first few episodes, Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt had left the show only to return a day later. By episode four, an additional celebrity, Daniel Baldwin, had been brought in, while Angela V. Shelton of Frangela was voted off.

And next week will have more drama, as one of the show's executives promises that Speidi will definitely be put through the wringer on Monday, when it will be revealed whether or not they'll be allowed to stay.

"They are everything that's wrong with America," NBC's executive vice president of alternative programming Paul Telegdy told Ryan Seacrest. "They are insincere, lazy, entitled, and they claim the devil has possessed them. They are back, and this time they are contrite. ... Yeah, right. What they don't realize is that they are now going to be examined, and their value system utterly deconstructed."

Right now, the couple's fate is in the hands of their co-stars, many of whom are not happy with the way the couple acted before deciding to leave and equally unhappy that they think they can just come back. "They are going to spend the night somewhere in isolation and guarded with lots of surprises ... but not traditional reality [stunts]," Telegdy said, explaining how Speidi will have to prove they want to be on the show. "These people really are going to bare their souls."

On Wednesday night's episode, Montag claimed that the devil had convinced them to leave the jungle. "We realized that we made a big mistake and that the devil got to us and said, 'Get out of the jungle,' " Heidi said. "We realized it's not even about us. It's about the charities, and it's about the experience here, and we really took it for granted. We want to win back everyone."

When reached for comment by MTV News, a rep for Heidi and Spencer had no comment.

Miss any of "I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out of Here!" this week? Then tune in to MTV Sunday at 12 p.m. ET for a marathon of the week's episodes, followed by "The Hills Presents: Speidi's Wedding Unveiled."