Sunday, November 16, 2008

Amuse-Biatch Programming Note: The Formation of Team Rainbow

The video clearly demonstrates that, as usual in the gay community, it was the lesbians doing the organizing while the twinks were off somewhere procuring booze or making coffee for scary-looking tops with German accents.

Bravo wasted no time in trying to capitalize on Team Rainbow (somebody in marketing give Jamie Lauren a job, stat) with t-shirts. In response, and overcome by a bout of civic-mindedness, the Gals have offered a host of brilliant marketing suggestions to Bravo. And now we have put our nonexistent Photoshop skills to the test to join our voices with theirs, but this time to address ourselves to NBC itself. NBC, like all the broadcast networks, is in desperate need of a hit. Queer Eye for the Straight Guy is no more, and Heroes is on life support. So why not take synergy to the next level and greenlight Team Rainbow as a midseason replacement? Picture it: a trio of gays with super powers who travel back in time to prevent disasters such as the passing of Proposition 8 in California, Michelle Obama’s Election Night dress, and Madonna’s discovery of Kabbalah.


(Although, for obvious reasons, My Little Pony hairbrush not included with action figure).

Think about it, NBC. Save the male cheerleader, save the world. (Oh, and need we mention that Richard Sweeney was, in fact, a male cheerleader).


Anonymous said...

are you guys on facebook? you guys should really check out ryan scott's profile.

Big Shamu said...

Can My Little Lesbian also go back in time and keep Ms Degeneres from hooking up whacktoid Anne Heche?

Charlus said...

You know, I thought about that, but then I worried about the Lesbian Butterfly Effect. Maybe if Ellen hadn't met La Heche, she never would have met Portia, and we wouldn't want that, would we?

Big Shamu said...

Perhaps. Or maybe she would have found her sooner and we would have been spared Anne's Alien Walkabout.
I would we happy if we avoid the Angry Lesbian Syndrome.

Anonymous said...

I heard that Showtime was actually doing a gay superhero show this season...