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Funny story: "It's reality Jim, but not as we know it!"

"It's reality Jim, but not as we know it!"

In keeping with its 'right on' left wing stance and cheap programming, the BBC has announced it is to broadcast a special edition of its flagship religious programme 'Songs of Praise' from a notorious Calais shithole migrant camp. Regular present...
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Funny story: Holly Willoughby In Need Of Plumbing

Holly Willoughby In Need Of Plumbing

Holly Willoughby has admitted to needing urgent medical plumbing on her eyes, to stop a persistent leak that has been getting worse over the last few episodes of the revamped hit TV show 'Surprise, Surprise'. The seals around Holly's eyes have bec...
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Funny story: The Case Against Television: Part 6 - Soap Operas

The Case Against Television: Part 6 - Soap Operas

Soap Operas- These low budget drama series were once used as an early springboard to launch the careers of some big stars. That was before the pornography film industry was deregulated. Now, soap operas are receptacles for washed up has-beens and sex partners of the show's producers. The contemporary soap operas do not enjoy the popularity that their early predecessors once did because the she...
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Funny story: The Case Against Television: Part 5 - Game Shows

The Case Against Television: Part 5 - Game Shows

Game Shows- The scourge of games is so entrenched in our culture that its no surprise TV games shows are a big hit, and a big problem of society. The attraction of these shows appeals to some of our basest animal instincts; money, material possessions, fame, etc. It's all self-satisfaction and greed gratification in all it's glory televised from coast to coast into the homes of homely housewiv...
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Funny story: The Case Against Television: Part 4 - Sitcoms

The Case Against Television: Part 4 - Sitcoms

Sitcoms- Sitcom fans are very depressed people because their lives are so sad and boring. They seek refuge in sitcoms where it appears that the characters are having a fun time, or at least a less boring time than the viewer. The viewer wants to ignore the fact that the characters are highly paid actors faking it, pretending that the sitcom is real life, in effect lying. The viewer wants to...
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Funny story: The Case Against Television: Part 3 - Reality TV

The Case Against Television: Part 3 - Reality TV

Reality TV- This latest TV trend is sometimes interesting but usually boring because it accurately presents the boring activities of the people on the show. It's popular because ordinary boring people can relate to it, and the networks love it because it's always a fast and easy low budget production. Producers figure that if you shoot enough home movies you're bound to catch something worth b...
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Funny story: The Case Against Television: Part 2 - The Nightly News

The Case Against Television: Part 2 - The Nightly News

The Nightly News- TV newscasts are part tabloid, part propaganda, part PR and part lies. It's not just news; it's a sophisticated tool like a software program that manipulates the audience by suggestion and deception. If you watch closely you'll notice how they use mental tricks to control viewers. Talking heads must sit behind a desk because their lower bodies underdeveloped. News ancho...
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Funny story: New BBC News Scandal

New BBC News Scandal

Millions of television viewers around the world were shocked and confused by a controversial report aired on the evening news by the British Bullshit Cabal (BBC). Ratings plummeted when home audiences watched the provocative segment with jaws dropped...
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Funny story: The Case Against Television: Part 1

The Case Against Television: Part 1

When you add up all the hours spent by all the people who have ever watched TV, the scope of the loss of life becomes clear. Viewers can't resist the spectacle of the glowing screen and fall victim to its hypnotic effect, and sit spellbound for hours. Whoever calls it entertainment only shows the sorrowful state of their mind. This device is responsible for the imprisonment and execution of mil...
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Funny story: Kelly Carlin Revises George Carlin's List of Words You Can't Say on TV

Kelly Carlin Revises George Carlin's List of Words You Can't Say on TV

DAYTON, OH - George Carlin's only daughter, Kelly Carlin, has updated her father's famous list of the "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television". The first list that George Carlin made was presented in his 1972 monologue "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television". The words are: shit, piss, fuck, cunt, cocksucker, motherfucker, and tits. Kelly Carlin's revised list includes 42 words yo...
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Funny story: Brian Williams plans comeback strategy

Brian Williams plans comeback strategy

While it remains unclear as to whether NBC will allow Brian Williams to reclaim his anchor chair on its prime-time NBC News with Brian Williams program (now called NBC News without Brian Williams), the disgraced reporter has reportedly begun to craft...
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Funny story: TV's "The View" Announces 2016 Presidential Bid

TV's "The View" Announces 2016 Presidential Bid

New York, NY - In a rare political move not seen since the early '70's, Rosie Perez released a message via Twitter and Instagram, that her and her colleagues are collectively running a bi-partisan bid for the 2016 White House. "That is, if we don'...
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Funny story: NBC Announces Bizarre Deal With Brian Williams

NBC Announces Bizarre Deal With Brian Williams

Trying to stay hip and relevant, NBC released late last night via Twitter and Instapoop, (their latest news flushing service,) that they have reached an all binding deal with Brian Williams, in what seems to be a winner-take-all bid to retain the new...
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Funny story: Nine Things You May Not Know About "Orphan Black"

Nine Things You May Not Know About "Orphan Black"

Acclaimed by the Lobotomized Millennial Weed-Head Alliance as the "most awesomely awesome TV viewing gig!" Cited by the World Linguistics Congress as presenting the most meaningful use of "Shit" as an expression of the central character's deepest...
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Funny story: Benson Is Least Remembered Sitcom

Benson Is Least Remembered Sitcom

Media-Stats Inc. a data collection hub based in Burbank, CA. has revealed that the 1980's sitcom "Benson" is the least remembered show ever to air on television. David Weintraub an executive for Media-Stats said; "To say Benson is least remembere...
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Funny story: Labour Leader Decides to Campaign on TV Debates

Labour Leader Decides to Campaign on TV Debates

There was shock in Westminster when the Leader of the Opposition, one Ed Miliband, declared his party's main issue in the impending election. "As a party we have in the past fought elections based on the economy, the future of the NHS, unemploymen...
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Funny story: C4 Promotes 'Skunk'

C4 Promotes 'Skunk'

Renowned medicinal and social drug suppliers Mary Jane, Bud Pot, and Herb Hemp have taken to television screens to promote the recreational use of 'skunk.' Skunk Life: Selling It, Smokin' It, and Lovin' It debuted on C4 to critical acclaim, with m...
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Funny story: 'Ireland's RTE player consistently crashes, stopping viewing of anything better

'Ireland's RTE player consistently crashes, stopping viewing of anything better

Many Irish TV viewers tune in to yet another ITV or RTE-grown broadcast of boring crassness, try to switch over or indeed, if they are very bored, try to access the RTE Programme, only to find that RTE Player freezes everything, including the possibi...
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