QUEENS, New York - The Fox Network has approached John McCain and Sarah Palin about staring in a semi-reality quasi-situation comedy show named "The Wasilla Hillbillies."
Genghis W. Frisbee a high-ranking Fox Network executive stated that since everyone pretty much knows that McCain is going to lose the presidential election his network has decided to get a jump on the competition and offer both McCain and his running mate their own television show. Mr. Frisbee did not want to give away too many of the show's details except to say that it will be a type of Beverly Hillbillies but in reverse.
John and his wife Cindy will portray Max and Clementine McBush. The McBushes are rich millionaires who own seven homes, a beer distributorship, and half of Arizona. They sell some beer that has gone past the expiration date to a Mafia boss. And when he tries to return it for a refund, they refuse to give him back his $700,000. The Mafioso puts out a contract on them and they decide to leave the country and move up to Alaska.
Sarah and her husband Todd will play Sally and Timmy McHuckabee who run The Rah Rah Rah Sis Boom Bah Rackem' Up Pool Hall Bar & Grill, which is located across the street from The Snow Tire Tire Shop and next to Saint Sally A&M University. The McHuckabee's hire Clementine to be one of the barmaids and Max to be the bouncer.
The show's producer, Layla Giancarlo says that she feels fairly confident that they will be able to start filming on location up in Wasilla, Alaska on November 5. Giancarlo added that she has already talked to a well-known individual about guest staring on the show. And Giancarlo was so excited about having this individual appear on her show that she accidentally gave away the name...George Bush. She added that he will be playing the part of Jean Claude Soup Du Jour, a third-rate con artist who deals in stolen snowmobiles, snowplows, and snowsleds.
She said that when she first called President Bush and asked him if he would appear that Bush replied, "Hell yeah girl, I'll be more than glad to come on your little show, damn it's not like I'm gonna be busy running the country into the ground, I meant running the country. Shucks there's another one of the Freudian slippers that I'm known for." When Bush was told what he would be getting paid, he remarked, "Goodness, gracious, that much??? Hell it looks like I'll finally be able to buy me some cattle, and healthy ones at that."
So the way it looks. As of today, filming on the new show, 'The Wasilla Hillbillies' should start on November 5 of this year. Giancarlo hopes to also convince Dick Cheney to guest star, with the understanding that he leaves his rifle locked up in his truck.
In a related story, Senator John McCain's campaign manager is denying the rumor that the Fox Network has also approached McCain about taking Sean Hannity's place on the Fox show 'Hannity and Combs.' A very reliable source did say that Sean Hannity was not a happy camper and that Fox executives had already started working on the logos of the show's new name, 'Comb-Over and Combs?'
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