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Tuesday, 30 October 2012

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Uncle Poodle lives in The Cornbread & Grits Trailer Park. (Photo by June "Mama" Shannon).

McINTYRE, Georgia - It had to happen sooner or later. The TLC reality show Here Comes Honey Boo Boo will be giving birth to a spinoff.

According to a network spokesperson, the new show will feature the uncle of Honey Boo Boo, Marvin Lee Thompson.

Thompson, 29, is a redneck gay rights activist who has been nicknamed Uncle Poodle by his niece Honey Boo Boo.

The show will revolve around the exploits of Uncle Poodle and his gay partner Joshua Yarbrough.

The name of the show is The Gay Hillbillies of Georgia. The show will feature next-door neighbor Cornelius "Chawbacon" Chawfish who just happens to be the Grand Exalted Dragon Wizard of The Georgia Order of The Knights of the Off-White Bougainvillea Chapter of the Ku Klux Klan.

Also appearing on the show will be another neighbor Misty Jo Toonweather, 27, an amazingly erotic divorcée who works as the featured pole dancer at The Gold Pole Strip Lounge.

Miss Toonweather really thinks that Marvy is a marvelous guy and she would love for him to stop being gay and become her boyfriend.

SIDENOTE: A spokesperson for the show has said that each episode will feature a Southern guest star. Cooking maven Paula Deen will appear on the first show and gay singer Clay Aiken will be appearing on the second episode.

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