Paris Hilton Lands Leading Role in New Broadway Musical Production of Prisoner in Cell Block H

Funny story written by Robert W. Armijo

Monday, 25 June 2007

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Street musicians rehearsing for Paris Hilton's in New "Off" Broadway production of Prisoner in Cell Block H?

Lynwood, California - Despite having her recording contract canceled by Sony, Paris Hilton was offered the leading role of "Frankie" in a new Broadway musical production based on the popular Australian women's prison 1980s TV series, Prisoner in Cell Block H. She got the good news from her mother who delivered it to her in person during her Sunday visit today.

Initially Paris was excited at the news. However, according to a prison guard who was present at the visitation, she began to change her domineer, even breaking out into tears as her mother explained the part she would be playing.

"She was real happy when her mother told her she was offered the leading role on a Broadway musical," said Leticia Brown, California correctional officer. "But when her mother realty got into it, telling all about the character she was to play and what she was all about, that's when she lost it and the tears came poring out. We had to carry her off back to her cell she was so upset."

Apparently, Paris was unfamiliar with the lead character that made the Australian women prison TV series so popular and did not realize what she was being offered in the lead role of 'Frankie,' the short-cropped haired small framed butch lesbian that eventually gets shot dead in the finale trying to escape.

"That ain't the end of it either," continued Brown. "When word got out among the general prison population that Paris Hilton was supposedly playing 'Frankie,' all hell broke loose with every bull dyke lesbian asking her if they could give her private acting lessons. Or telling her, she should try some method acting with them first before deciding on taking the role or not, asking her to let them be her 'understudy' and what not."

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

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