If Hollywood had a speed Producer, there would be a hit comedy series on premium cable right now. Twitter would be aflutter with thousands of identical tweets that say,
“I’m Watching the WackyRomneys! That show is cray cray!”
It is time to explore a family so obnoxious that they have become the political equivalent of “pants on the ground!”
Let me pitch this and make it easy for The Learning Channel:
The setting is a mansion in Utah. The mansion is home to a family of politicians known as “Those WackyRomneys”. The mansion is the narrator and Samuel L. Jackson or Ted Nugent would be perfect for the voiceovers.
The mansion injects hilarious insults like:
“Daddy has Romnesia.” And,
“Whoa! Mommy just punched a hole in my sheetrock! She puts the ‘yotch’ in ‘Beyotch!’"
The show’s comedic treatment of serious political issues is as funny as a heart attack and as deadly as a silent fart. The audience will be rolling in their floors shortly before they die from ingesting unregulated snack foods.
Dad WackyRomney never seems to get it right as he leaps from frying pans into fires on a daily basis. He brings up memories of the characters portrayed by Dick Van Dyke and Chevy Chase, but he causes shrill and uncomfortable laughter in the same way that Ted Bundy and Charles Manson made us laugh so hard.
(What what? Oh! My bad. That was Al Bundy and "Charles in Charge"! It's the Romnesia, ha ha!)
Mom WackyRomney flips birds at the President of the United states and barks at her followers to “Stop it!” But when she goes on women’s talk shows, her medications turn America's barmy sweetheart into something as sweet as shoofly pie! That quirky gal does not show up in mirrors and she never has enough sunblock. She wants to be a vampire when she
sobers grows up.
Son Taggy is a feisty little fellow. He writes checks with his mouth that he cannot cash with his fists.
In the opening episode, titled “50 Shades of Ofay”, Taggy wants to take a swing at the President, but is treated to an anti bullying message from guest star Lawrence O’Donnell. In his Emmy award wining cameo, O’Donnell offers to slap the boy down like a bowl full of bread dough.
The second episode begins at the thirty foot long WackyRomney breakfast table. All of the servants are lined up against the wall. They came from Dad’s Binder Full of Women and they all wear ankle bracelets. One servant looks out the window and screams when she sees concertina wire, vicious attack dogs, a moat and secret service agents.
Mom WackyRomney yells, “Stop it, sweetie! That’s for your protection! We don’t want those unemployed people to break in and try to work here, now do we? We got the idea from the slave camp... uhm... that... Sensata factory Daddy visited in China!”
Taggy brings up his latest idea. He plans to buy shares in an electronic voting equipment firm so he can doctor the Ohio voting results. He yells, “I’m going to help Daddy get a job! It’s all top secret right now, but I guarantee that Dad will be a shoo-in for that White House job!”
This blockbuster comedy is guaranteed to become a White comedy classic on the lines of “Hogan’s Heroes” or “M.A.S.H”! Hey! Hollywood made concentration camps and Army meatball field surgery funny. Today's audience is bound to go all bath salts crazy for "The WackyRomneys"!
"The Wacky Romneys" will drive Cable viewers so wild that they leave their homes, run into the streets and start eating faces! I guarantee that America will pee its flag draped pants when it watches the WackyRomneys!
Did I mention that the audience would go wild... oh I did? Well that’s just the Romnesia working! Ha ha!