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A Kids TV Show
An energetic, even-handed edutainative Saturday morning kids' TV show.
I'm imagining effervescent, fresh-faced presenters, sketches, silly games, competitions, pop stars and - and this is what sets this programme apart from it's competitors - frank and unbiased information on the use of drugs running the full gamut from the dangers of drug addiction to how best to geez
up in piss-soaked multi-storey car park stairwell when you've no useable veins left.
(?) The Great Space Coaster
No gnus is good gnus [DeathNinja, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]
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||Kids shouldn't watch television. Instead they should be taught to brew beer and marinade pork chops for their elders.
||OK, [jutta]; teach them beer brewing, pork-chop marinades, violence and sex.
||See? I learned one can "brew" beer-and-marinade pork chops!
||Excellent. It's already working!
What time is it kids?
IT'S TIME TO SHOOOOT UPPPPP!
That's right, kids! First, I'm going to take this fuel and heat it up on the spoon! Can you say "spoon"?
OK, first I have tooooo...
That's right! Now I'm going to put the fuel in this tiny little...
Tha-ha-haaaaat's right, kids. I'm going to put this rocket in my arm, and...
FLY REEEEEAAAALLLLL HIIIIIIIGH!
||now THAT's a good show! I would watch that all the time. Although, [thumbwax]'s version would result in a lot of druggies. I think [my face your] was trying to do the opposite. Either show would be great, though. Maybe they could be opposing shows? Who knows.
||The show was to be called "Get Fucked!!" Two exclamation marks, yes. I'd envisaged a splodgy, multicoloured logo that would bosh onto the screen at the end of the bouncy opening theme, accompanied by the enthusiastic, though somewhat disconcertingly high-pitched, shouting of the show's name by the thororughly aspartamed studio audience. But I chickened out of using the show name as the idea name.