FCC HEADQUARTERS-- At a packed press conference today, FCC President, William Kennard issued a statement about obligatory viewing of the former hit T.V. series, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, at least once a week for all American citizens. With the once popular show already airing on: Fox, The WB, UPN, WGN, TBS, and recently added onto Nick At Nite, the FCC has made future plans for other networks to begin airing it to accommodate America's sudden need for more Will Smith.
The FCC, Federal Communications Committee, has been the staple for regulating what is viewed and heard by the American public ever since it's foundings in 1966. Now, for some odd reason this powerful organization has felt compelled to air The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air on almost every single T.V. station by as early as next Fall. Stations recently accepting deals for the Fresh Prince agreements are as follows: ABC Family, TNT, The USA Network, TVLand, and Spike TV.
"The overall consensus by the FCC is that we shouldn't have to force every single American into viewing the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, but deemed necessary we wil," stated FCC President, William Kennard.
"I was starting to wonder why I was seeing that shitty show on T.V. almost every time I turned on the television," expressed one concerned citizen. "They don't need to put it on another single station." "It's on at least one station every time throughout the day," he went onto say.
But, the FCC has made its intentions quite clear. That's what they plan on accomplishing. Taking over each 1-hour timeslot on 24 different networks to make it to were no one can make any excuse as to why they were unable to view the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Some citizens have been befuddled by the FCC's Fresh Prince issuance. "What if I don't want to watch it," said one American. "What are they going to do?" "How will they know if I watched my mandatory hour or not?"
"Oh, we will find out," said the FCC President. "Special transmitters secretly placed on T.V.s will transmit signals to our headquarters showing who has been viewing and who has not." "Tickets and citations will be mailed to negligent viewers." "If went unpaid some viewers could face possible jail time considering the offense," he added.
When asked what was the motive behind this obligational viewing of the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Kennard shoved our cameras out of the way and refused to give a comment on the matter.