LeBron James to Bring Back Old TV Show Are You Being Served?

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Sunday, 2 June 2013


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LeBron James will revive the old classic BBC television program Are You Being Served? LeBron wants to set the series in an American sports store instead of a department store.

LeBron hopes to showcase sneaks and wide-fronts from his endorsement advertisers.

Some argument has erupted among producers as to whether LeBron will re-enact the role of Mr. Humphries, the sassy and mincing salesman of jock straps, or whether he will play the pompous team leader, Captain Peacock.

LeBron has taken some umbrage at being asked, "Are you free?" His paycheck is astronomical.

Pressure is mounting to have Kevin Garnett play the head of women's sports equipment, Mrs. Slocumbe and Rajon Rondo as his assistant Miss Brahms. Garnett is adept at "pussy" jokes and Carmelo Anthony is said to be signed on for a guest role as a paying customer.

Chris Bosh is a shoo-in as the obtuse head of the store, Mr. Cuthbert Rumbold. And Michael Jordan has agreed to play the aging storeowner with a bevy of buxom girlfriends, Mr. Grace.

Men's sporting department salesmen will be Shaquille O'Neal and Charles Barkley, though Shaq has been telling everyone he can also play Mrs. Slocombe in his Shaquita drag costume.

A pilot is playing on YouTube for a limited time to gauge public interest.

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