Tribune Broadcasting and WGN, the television conglomerate who's cluttered up basic cable with such crap as New YORK'S WPIX-11, as well as the WB and the Food Network, has announced that they will be f--king up over-the-air broadcast TV with Antenna TV.
"Antenna TV is a new digital subchannel network that would feature a variety of classic television programming and movies," said Nils Larsen, Chairman of Tribune Broadcasting. "It's very exciting."
"What is this crap," asked Keyport, NJ resident Anthony Rosania, who receives broadcast TV in his top-floor home office, largely because he is too cheap and lazy to put a cable box in there. " 'Critter Gitters'? 'Benny Hill'? F--k, is this just all English, BBC sh-t?"
"We are proud to air shows like Critter Gitters and Benny Hill," continued Larsen. "Along with such other fine programming as The Adventures of Rin-Tin-Tin, Al;l in the Family, Burns and Allen, Circus Boy, Curiosity Quest, Denace the Menace, The Farmer's Daughter, Father Knows Best, The Flying Nun, Gidget, Good Times, Hazel, Here Comes The Brides, Iron Horse, Married With CHildren, The Monkees, Mustard Pancakes, The Nanny, The Partridge Family, Sanford and Son, The Three Stooges, Too Close For Comfort, Totally Tuned In and Wild Bill Hickok."
"Ah, you're right," said Larsen. "It's all crap."
"Well, not all of it," concluded Rosania. "Gidget and The Flying Nun were responsible for some of my earliest erections."