Tuesday, August 10, 2010

57 channels and nothing on

Levi Johnston to run for mayor of Wasilla, Alaska, in reality show

(MSNBC) The Palins might want to start thinking about moving.

Levi Johnston has teamed with a production company to shop a reality series called "Loving Levi: The Road to the Mayor's Office," which will—just as the title implies—chronicle his life as he runs for mayor of Wasilla, Alaska.

Or since the mayor's job won't be up for grabs until 2012, as his new campaign manager points out, maybe he'll make a run for city council in the meantime.

Best idea ever, right?

Let me think about that for a sec…no!!!

We can’t get a decent cable network that will show classic television shows in the same manner as Turner Classic Movies…but they’re willing to put on utterly useless crap like this. Where are we and how did we get into this handbasket?

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Jeff Overturf said...

We are definetly in a handbasket

James Briggs Stratton "Doghouse" Riley said...

1971: In Bananas the Castro character comes to power, and announces that henceforth everyone under sixteen years of age is...sixteen years of age.

1981: The Ronald Reagan character comes to Washington ("Jimmy Stewart for Governor" ran the joke in 1966. "Ronald Reagan for Best Friend."), and announces that henceforth all Choice Beef is Prime, all Good Beef is Choice, and all Standard Beef is Good.

I think we laughed at the wrong one.

Brent McKee said...

And yet he's still as qualified to be mayor as his almost mother-in-law was to be Vice President of your country. Maybe more qualified.

Amanda said...

Definitely nothing good on today. Had to leave the TV off.