Two White Guys, a Black Guy, and a White Girl Debuts Monday Night

Written by Dave Henry

Tuesday, 4 December 2018

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This show will play on TVs like this.

The NBS network is getting ready to roll out a new sitcom Monday night called "Two White Guys, a Black Guy, and a White Girl."

"Two White Guys, a Black Guy, and a White Girl" is about four friends living in the Big City trying to navigate through the ups and downs of life in their 20s. The show centers around one of the white guys, Tom, who has the hots for the cute white girl, Megan, but she doesn't know it. The other white guy, Brad, is a beer-guzzling party boy football player who constantly fights with the quirky Asian side character, Niko, who he secretly likes. Steve, the black guy, stars as the black friend. There is also a side character, George, who plays the stereotypical gay friend.

NBS executives feel confident that this new offering will be a hit. "We think this particular mix of people will be embraced by viewers," said Todd McGoowan, NBS's lead programmer and head sandwich maker for craft services. "It's still the story about primarily good-looking young white people, which we believe audiences love, but the addition of Steve the black friend, as well as the stereotypical Asian and gay characters, make this show very cutting-edge."

Michael H. Jordan, who plays Steve the black friend, is also starring as the black friend on the new CBN Show, "Annoying Family". "Annoying Family" is the story of a fast-talking family that thinks it's so friggin' cute. The family is so annoying, you just want to punch them in the face, especially the father.

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

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