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Monday, 10 March 2008

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Hills, Bills and O! Bama could run for 8-16 years!

The roller coaster that has been the Democratic Primary season continues its insane loop de loop! The dnc, also known as dilation and cutter age, has announced that the new Democrat Presidential ticket will also be a fall season sit-com called Hills, Bills and O! Bama.

The combination premise and platform presents a former president, his former first lady and a Black Irish butler named O! Bama living together in a big white mansion on Pennsylvania Ave in DC.

With the TV writers' strike rendering the boob tube addicts of America in a permanent state of the Joneses and the soap opera drama of the Democratic primary race drawing more viewers than American Idol and In Treatmentcombined, the geniuses at the DNC have conceived this new pilot. The plot, leaked to sources at DaSpoof, has the Black Irish butler preparing corned beef, cabbage and southern fried chicken for Hills and Bills' Arkansas cousins' family reunion. The chaos breaks out when Bills' brother Roger arrives drunk with Monica Lewinsky as his date. O! Bama tries to get a reconciliation going while Hills tries to scratch the former White House intern's eyes out.

Critics think this show may be the surprise hit of the season with its clever combination of Jack Benny's Rochester, The Beverly Hillbillies and Desperate Housewives. They think that it could run for 8-16 years!

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