New Show "Our Favorite Suckers" A TV 'Twilight'?

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Tuesday, 2 February 2010

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A new show on CW scheduled for the summer of 2010 will be called "Our Favorite Suckers" and will feature a mostly female cast.

There's young Jennifer who is a modern vampire and of the more tame type, like the Cullens, but she has one big problem. Although attractive and very popular with the nickname, "Jen The Sucker", she faints at the sight of blood.

Then there's Cloy. Cloy uses the street walker disguise to catch the guys off guard as she poses as being a teenager, and shyly asks to allow a little hickey making before the 'John' does anything else. The next thing he knows it's the next day, he's weak but feeling great because that weakness and hangover must have meant he had a really great time the night before. Although he doesn't remember anything beyond the hickey.

The third member is big boob Betty, who appears grandmotherly at the nursing home where she volunteers to help the older guys act younger, eat their oysters and suffer from eyestrain. Her speciality is back rubs and neck nuzzles.

By constantly moving from city to city and limiting themselves to 'snacks', the three do well until a male vampire shows up, who simply cannot eat just one.

That brings suspicion on the other three.

There is also an undercurrent of comedy throughout and the show has invited any of the "Twilight" movie group to come over for a quick nip in and out.

Like the now defunct 'Ugly Betty', canceled this spring, look for a lot of stars to drop by, especially from Twilight...but not all of them actors.

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

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