Pitch a rubbish tv idea

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Postby Harvey K-Tel » 27 Oct 2006, 18:07

Honza wrote:DOG'S ROCKS

Follow Anneka Rice, Cliff Richards (nee Cliff Richard), Tom O'Connor and Bobby Davro as they chase dangerous dogs around Britain's shopping arcades and try to tickle their knackers and get away with it.


Honza wrote:ONE OF YOUR BEASTS ATE MY IPOD

Charles Dance and Jane Seymour invite members of the public to hassle zoo attendants and request that they examine all animal faeces thoroughly to see if an iPod can be found that one of the beasts may possibly have eaten should they have happened to have temporarily escaped at some time in the recent past.


Honza wrote:DID YOU FRY MY MOBILE PHONE?

We follow Nottingham residents Jim Arab, Ena 'Float' Catheter, Bobby Runt, and Catherine Blackstone around all the chippies in their area in the hope of finding one of their mobile phones that may somehow have managed to end up in one of the fryers.


Honza wrote:I COULD DO WITH A D

We take desperate silly bitch Nicole Richie and despicable and pointless cunt Peter Mandelsson out for an enormous meal and then lock all the toilets within a 20-mile radius. Close-up cameras reveal the agony we can all joyfully share in.


Honza wrote:GAY NEWS OF 1972

Peter Whitmore and Robert Kendall read the news from 1972 dressed as queers.


Honza wrote:LIFT IT UP YOU TART

We follow giggling trio June Whitfield, Ronnie Corbett, and that posh fella who shagged 'Lady' Di around Britain's bingo halls trying to get old lasses to lift up their skirts for a free number.

With Brian May as compere.


The problem is that these are not rubbish tv show ideas. Get with it, Coan.
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Postby Teabag » 27 Oct 2006, 18:12

Harvey K-Tel wrote:LIGHT GOES ON, LIGHT GOES OFF

Host Alan Thicke turns a table lamp on and off for a half hour.


And doesn't your film clip just sum up the Blair/Bush situation in Iraq.

Try to look hard/run fast.

Useless white trash, the both of 'em.
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Postby Harvey K-Tel » 27 Oct 2006, 18:54

Teabag wrote:
Harvey K-Tel wrote:LIGHT GOES ON, LIGHT GOES OFF

Host Alan Thicke turns a table lamp on and off for a half hour.


And doesn't your film clip just sum up the Blair/Bush situation in Iraq.

Try to look hard/run fast.

Useless white trash, the both of 'em.


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Postby bobzilla77 » 27 Oct 2006, 20:48

DURST IN, DURST OUT

Rock star and record-label executive Fred Durst is installed in a top-level management position in a variety of businesses (car wash, plastic mold manufacturing, Jamba Juice, urgent care clinic). He is assigned to identify wasteful processes and recommend strategies to maximize efficiency and cut costs. Every week we see him screw up a different company and alienate an entirely new staff. Each episode ends with the enraged workers acting out the song "Break Some Shit".

LIMP-ASS

Rock star and record-label executive Fred Durst is initiated into the cast of Jackass. Every week, the previous cast members have to come up with a half hour of new ways to torture Fred for laughs. Basically like regular Jackass except Durst is the only one who gets hurt. In the pilot episode, Durst's entire body is encased in rubber & the cast uses him as a human basketball; Durst recreates the Snake River Canyon jump on a Moped launched by a big rubber band; Durst is given sedatives, dressed in a zebra outfit, and dropped into a locked room with 12 angry rhinos; Durst's hospital bed is set on fire.

CRIP-BIZKIT


Rock star and record-label executive Fred Durst is put in blackface and sent to live in South Central LA in an attempt to join the Crips. However, the gang is tipped off and puts Durst through a series of funny "initiation" routines. In the pilot episode, they assign him to write and perform a rap about their crew, after which they beat his ass long. Next week: The Gauntlet.

THE NOSE KNOWS
Jennifer Aniston stars as a mute who can only communicate by wrinkling her nose. In the pilot espide, rock star and record-label executive Fred Durst plays her boss. Aniston is instructed to deliver a complex, detailed message which of course he badly misinterprets and hilarity ensues.

INTRUDER

Peter Gabriel stars as a deformed homicide detective who is also a cat-burglar. (The deformity causes the skin on face to appear to be melting.) Every week he investigates murder scenes by breaking into the suspects' houses, searching for clues, pocketing loose cash and jewels. Rock star and record-label executive Fred Durst does a guest turn as his fence and informant, nicknamed "Cheeseball."


THE JACKSONS

The Osbournes, but with Michael Jackson and his little entourage. Say no more.
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Postby Neil Jung » 28 Oct 2006, 12:05

The Prof wrote:well bumped - this is a great thread.


It must go to Classic Threads.

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Postby Sea Of Tunes » 28 Oct 2006, 12:23

Neil Jung wrote:
The Prof wrote:well bumped - this is a great thread.


It must go to Classic Threads.


Seconded. It is dead funny.
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Postby The Prof » 01 Nov 2006, 11:33

Neil Jung wrote:
The Prof wrote:well bumped - this is a great thread.


It must go to Classic Threads.


and moved.

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Re: Pitch a rubbish tv idea

Postby THE FILING FEE » 05 Aug 2017, 09:29

Move it back!

This is FABULOUS!
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