- Gritty, Scrappy, Gutsy White Guy Inducted Into MLB Hall of Fame
- Bucs Turn To 80’s Video Game Icon To Fix Jameis
- Clyde McFly argues over an eggplant, a peach and a smiley face
- Traded 4 Times in 6 Days, Luke Ridnour Asks Himself … ‘Who am I?’
- Five Thirty Eight Sets Internet Ablaze With Shocking Report
- Johnny Football’s Money Sign Becomes Latest NFL Star to Retire Early
- Learn The Ins & Outs Of Beer Can Chicken From Clyde McFly
- LeBron’s Wild Hairline Fits Larry O’Brien Trophy … and a Chew Toy
- “Danny Farts Ball” Video Has 500K Views
- The Boston Globe Has Officially Stopped Giving A Shit
Hernia’s Fall TV Preview
- Updated: September 14, 2007
Whose Line Is It Anyway?
Starring Steve Howe, Leon Lett, Darryl Strawberry, Doc Gooden and Michael Irvin, the premise of this one is pretty self-explanotory. A blitzed Gooden and crew will sit around in a
different guy’s house each week violently chanting along with NFL Countdown’s "Jacked
up!" segment while repeatedly wondering, "who’s f**king line is it anyway?"
Each week Bill Walton and his 14 sons build a teapee, then light up in
the teapee, get really high in the teapee, accidentally burn down
the teapee, then smoke outside the remains of the teapee, before drawing
up blueprints for their new teapee.
Everybody Loves Romo
Tony Romo and everyone that lives for him. Common catch-phrases heard
throughout the show:
"Does it look like this guy is having fun?"
"Hey, does this guy love football or what?"
"You gotta love this guy, he’s just havin’ fun out there"
"This just in, Tony Romo is pretty good"
Barber seemlessly takes on role of Steve Urkel in ABC’s sure hit of a
re-make. The white-strips addicted douche will use Urkel’s common catch phrases which will also be featured on NBC’s Football Night studio show in a painful
cross-promotion: "Hey Costas, did I do that?"
"Mmmm Collinsworth, got
M.A.S.H. – Marv Albert Seeking Hair
Despite overwhelming popularity of the rodent living atop Marv’s head,
the show centers around the legendary broadcaster searching for hair
solutions across the world, mainly seeking out exotic animals with
interesting coats to replace the now famous species currently residing in that
Sex in the City
Set in Beantown, the show follows current athletes and their sexual adventures in ‘the City.’ Stars Tom Brady as Carrie (both have that annoying dimple on their chin), Curt Schilling as Samantha (a whore in his own way), Brian Scalabrine as Miranda, and Dustin Pedroia as Charlotte.
Featuring an ensemble cast headlined by Larry Johnson (the Grandma-ma LJ), the O’Bannon Brothers, Gregg Jeffries, Jerome Walton, Dino Radja and Timmy Smith.
Starring Jerry Jones as Michael Scott, Theo Epstein as Jim Halpert and Tom Crean as Dwight Shrute.
Jerry Jones gets cheekbones in his ass; Serena Williams finally gets that pesky penis removed.