Straight Line of the Day: NBC Is Asking Viewers for Suggestions for Better Sitcoms. How About…

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NBC is asking viewers for suggestions for better sitcoms. How about…

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  1. … a show where the men aren’t dunces, the wives aren’t always right about everything, the kids respect their elders, and the religious people aren’t gun-totting child molesters.

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  2. NBC is asking viewers for suggestions for better sitcoms. How about…

    “Left Wing” : A kooky Komedy about an “in over his head” President who falls back on his early socialist training to get through one crazy adventure after another. Includes a silly sidekick of a moronic Vice-President, several bossy women who spend too much money and a series of very nervous dogs.

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  3. “Dumb, Dumber, and Dumbest”: Barack, Joe, and Eric get involved in wacky situations that require them to know things like the difference between a door and a window, which way you turn a screw to tighten it, what the three branches of the federal government are, how many states comprise the USA, and how to balance a checkbook.

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  4. Pun time…

    “How I Meat Your Mother” – Teenage boys and the cougars who love them (long time).

    “Two and a Half-Man” – Romantic comedy love triangle between two gay guys and a transsexual.

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  5. NBC is asking viewers for suggestions for better sitcoms. How about…

    Ultimate Survivor: A group of rich hypocritical liberals live on Manhattan Island and each week vote off the island the person with the worst carbon footprint until there are none left.

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  6. Come ride the little train that is rolling down the rail to the junction.
    (Pettifog Junction)
    Forget about the truth, there’s no threat of jail at the junction.
    (Pettifog Junction)

    Lotsa lies, you bet. Even more when you get
    To the junction, Pettifog Junction.

    There’s a little cabal run by shady pests at the junction.
    (Pettifog Junction)
    It is run by Barry, no one fears arrest at the junction.
    (Pettifog Junction)
    And that’s Uncle Joe; he’s a thinkin’ kind of slow at the junction,
    Pettifog Junction.

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  7. “The Life And Times of Al Gore” – it’s funny, of course, because, like the man, it’s all fake.

    “Whose Life Is It, Anyway?” – a superman-like character rescues babies who are about to be aborted. The aborting doctors get thrown in dumpsters, instead.

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  8. “The Boston T.E.A. Party” – a Conservative comedy set in a Liberal city where bloggers play tricks and pranks on stupid Federal agents. It’s a real, embarrassing “Who Dunnit?” as the Fed’s never find out who… did it.

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  9. …Two and a Man Half: Gay cannibals gone wild.

    …Roots 2014, Americans who have grown into their sofas.

    …Two and a Half Men, Sandra Fluke’s Got Talents.

    …Friday Night Live With a Drunken Alec Baldwin Jello Wrestling Lana Wachowski.

    …In Search Of… Leonard Nimoy searches for a liberal funnier than Leonard Nimoy.

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  10. “Monk” starring bill clinton

    “two guys, a girl and a pizza” starring joe biden, barack obama, michelle obama and

    (premier only) Bo the portuguese water dog

    “Stalag 13” starring Vlad Putin and barack “i know nothing” obama

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  11. “Secret Agent” starring eric snowden and (redacted)

    “I Was a Teenage Werewolf for the FBI” starring Lena Dunham. sponsered by NAIR

    “Friday Night Fights” starring Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton and special guest star Monica Lewinsky

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  12. “What’s Yours Is Negotiable” – somewhat like Wheel-Of-Fortune, contestants spin a large Federal tax wheel with prizes while avoiding landing on squares that strip them of their property. Of course, the game is rigged and the loser’s antics (like wailing and crying) is hilarious. Bankrupt players are booted into an actual poor house called “Camp LaLoser” (for re-education).

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  13. “Kill Your Television” – led by the new superhero “Teleman,” families and their kids are convinced to sledgehammer their TV’s. This one promises to be a lot like the movie “Death Race 2000,” with lots of collateral damage. Show sponsors include talk radio stations and restaurants.

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  14. “Sanford & Sun”
    (hilarious disappearance of a governor for South American extramarital affair)

    or

    “Sanford and ‘Son’ ”
    (not-so-hilarious hijinks of a president interjecting himself into a shooting in Sanford, Florida)

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  15. NBC is asking viewers for suggestions for better sitcoms. How about…
    Max Fredroom: Fred Thompson wills a version of himself onto the internet, who then pops up on TVs and computer screens of government employees doing wrong things. Max Fred then punches the wrongdoers into the sun. Or converts the people who attend their fundraisers into penniless hobos. Or something else that wrecks their evil plans in a very humiliating and awesome way.

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  16. Lets try for “Reality”.
    The Liberals scream at everyone, cry when they don’t get their way, refuse to look for “Gainful Employment and accuse everyone else of being unfair to them. They want money for nothing, free healthcare, free sex and bitch if someone complains about them not doing their share.

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