Nicki Minaj and Serena and Venus Williams To Star In The TV Series, The Beverly Hills Fannies

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Thursday, 12 July 2012

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The three stars of The Beverly Hills Fannies will drive around in a 4x4 monster truck. (Photo courtesy of Jay Leno).

HOLLYWOOD - Hot on the heels of the brand new reality show The Beverly Hills Nannies comes the new show The Beverly Hills Fannies.

While The Beverly Hills Nannies deals with an exclusive Rodeo Drive nanny placement agency, The Beverly Hills Fannies deals with an undercover drug agency that tracks down illegal drugs that are coming in from Mexico by way of Vancouver, British Columbia.

Nicky Minaj stars as Pagoda Bisbee, who is the owner and chief agent of the agency. Bisbee was once married to Beauford B. Bisbee, the owner of the minor league baseball team the Bakersfield Bakers.

World renowned tennis players Serena and Venus Williams star as the Butterstick sisters, Razzie and Kazzie, who were once world champion female golfers but who have since retired due to golf elbow.

Comedian Andy Dick will star as Quirk Muddymixx, III, who is the eyeliner-wearing male receptionist at The Beverly Hills Fannies Agency.

The show will be shot in La Habra, where set decorations will make it appear very much like modern day Beverly Hills.

SIDENOTE: The producers of the show originally wanted Russell Brand to star in the role of Quirk Muddymixx, III, but he was rejected due to the fact that he has a very pronounced British accent and Muddymixx is a native of a very small rural town in Arkansas.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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