Written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 25 April 2011

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Due to the extremely limited budget this is the camera that was used to film 'The Paul Reiser Show.'

LOS ANGELES - Paul Reiser who starred in the hit show Mad About You from 1992 to 1999, has reportedly been treated for second degree depression at The Greater Los Angeles Silver Screen Hospital.

The comedy actor's brand new sit-com named after him The Paul Reiser Show has been cancelled after airing only two episodes. A spokesperson for NBC Fuzzy Sizzlenickel said that the show was without a doubt the worst show in the Peacock Networks history.

He went on to say that the premier episode drew a nation-wide audience of 17,983. And that the second show was viewed by only 134 people.

Sizzlenickel said that on average a brand new show will at least be watched by 8 or 9 million people.

He shook his head and said that the show was not only beat out by the shows on CBS, ABC, and Fox, but that it also got beat by the Weather Channel special, Morning Dew and Where Exactly Does It Come From?

When Sizzlenickel was asked why he thought the show did so poorly he scratched his head and simply replied because it got put on the air.

He then stated that the show had an extremely meager budget and so as a result the producers had to hire third rate cameramen, make up artist, hair stylists, writers, and even a third rate catering service, Carbs On Wheels.

Paul Reiser could not be reached for comment. Reports are that he has gone into hiding somewhere high up in The Sangre de Cristo Mountains of Northern New Mexico.

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

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Topics: TV, Comedy, NBC, ABC, Sit-Com

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