The BBC announced today they would be screening the raw episodes of the latest US Tits & Arse soft porn series, 'Spartacus' under the guise of 'Historical Validation', a decision which had an immediate effect in convincing Spoof Writers to adopt their serial collaboration of life in a looney bin, "Moorview Institute" to the Telly as well!
According to prior history, Spartacus is credited with leading a popular, and successful uprising of slaves and gladiators against the Roman Empire during which time much was made of rampant shagging, and in the series, full frontal fanny exposure allegedly to promote 'realism'.
Moorview Institute, with only a passing semblance to Spartacus, does however detail life in a Looney Bin where the inmates are really found to be running the asylum...in a much similar salacious way!
With a back round of sex, drugs and rock 'n roll, the inmates, all of whom are mesmerizing characters that carry on their daily activities in such intimate detail that readers are drawn into the hypnotizing mundanity of their routines.
That is, until the camera takes us deeper and behind the scenes of their very unusual lifestyles.
"Spartacus will be nothing compared to this," said co-producers Bargis Tryhol and Hal A. Peno," We'll be exposing our nuts too.....everyone will soon be identifying with our characters."
UK Arts Critic Skoop Shuttlecock concurred. " I think this show will be bigger than The Smothers Brothers...I know the censors will be trying to get it off the air but they'll fail...it's too late, the camel's nose is already under the tent with the approval to let Spartacus air it 'all out' here."
With no shortages of 'nut cases', producers say they are having their hands full sorting through the applications from actors and 'personalities' vying for cast positions. The producers say there will be shocks aplenty ahead, and are now sorting out 32 applications from Tabloid TRASH Figures who are willing to commit suicide by drug overdose in Episode V thinking that it will surely "ADVANCE THEIR CAREER."