Friday, January 15, 2010

Comment of the Week


"'After alienating their only remaining viewer, NBC will become the first network to pull a 0/0 ratings share in the history of broadcast television.'

In the year three thousand...

'The long-dead and rotting corpse of Jay Leno will finally retire, passing the reins of The Tonight Show on to rising NBC star, Luke Russert XVII.'

In the year three thousand...

'Gigi Ebersol Leno Wright-Zucker, President of NBC/Omni Consumer Products, will preview an exciting fall lineup of brand new shows including, Manimal: Redux, Mr. T and Tina: The Early Years and Survivor: Serial Killer Edition.'

In the year three thousand...

Feel free to pile on."


-- Kanye

6 comments:

em said...

"'The long-dead and rotting corpse of Jay Leno will finally retire, passing the reins of The Tonight Show on to rising NBC star, Luke Russert XVII.'"

...and, the re-animated corpse of Jay Leno, thanks to the significant advances made in the field of cryogenics, will request that he take over "The Tonight Show" again after Luke Russert XVII's reign of only seven months.

Chez said...

Oh that's good.

kanye said...

Woohoo...I've been comment-of-the-week'd! No Cordoba though? This fucking recession blows.

em...that was perfect.

Chez said...

We're all out of Cordobas -- although you can go ask Morty/Mickey if he has one. His bed's floating out in the middle of the lake.

em said...

Aw, shucks. Thanks, you guys.

Fungi said...

Hi Mickey!