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Thursday, 16 December 2010

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Ah Shit - You See Who's Playin' Us Bro?

Hollywood insiders today revealed to Skoob Entertainment News that popular 80's cop soap opera Hill Street Blues could be reborn, with staffers from TheSpoof.com playing the leading characters.

Hollywood producer, Bernard Isotope, told SEN's Buffty Ginslinger that he'd stumbled upon the popular satirical website and marvelled at how the site's writers conformed to the stereotypically depicted characters in the original show.

Mark Lowton, the Spoof CEO would of course assume the role of Frank Furillo, the show's Captain, and sole voice of reason in a world of insanity.

Frankie the J would play Mickey Belker, the undercover cop who has a tendency toward growling and biting people, but who really has a heart of gold.

Thai expat, Monkey Woods has been pencilled in for the role of Howard, the SWAT guy, who always insists that his ideas are the only valid ideas, and that because he's a pedant, he couldn't possibly be wrong.

Charpa would assume the role of Lucy, the hard assed policewoman with a heart of gold, the partner of that guy who was a pro footballer for the Minnesota Vikings in the original series, but who has since morphed into somebody vaguely resembling Captain Morse, the New England Patriots fan.

Abel Rodriguez and Bureau are thought to be in line for the parts of Patrolmen Renko and Bobby Hill, although the Spoof writers ain't as good lookin' as Renko and Bobby. Make-up should help.

Former Spoofer K, (no names mentioned) will probably play Furillo's crazy assed ex-wife, and Colonel Juan (in drag) is expected to have his Thespian capabilities pushed to the limit by playing public defender, Joyce Davenport - the one who always snuggles up to Frank Furillo at the end of each episode and calls him 'Pizza Man.'

Further details are sketchy, but if this news story gets more than eleven internet hits, they may be forthcoming in future press releases.

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