Posts Tagged ‘Terminator’

Watch “Double Bill” from Top Story! Weekly Episode 169: “The Call Heard Round the World”!

October 2, 2012

This was one of my favorite sketches I’ve written in a long time, and people said some nice things afterwards. And it was a great example of how actors can and should generate their own material; Brian O’Connell suggested playing Clinton, Phillip Wilburn pitched the two Clintons, and the rest of the sketch fell together.

DOUBLE BILL by Michael Hughes

Starring Brian O’Connell (1998 Bill Clinton), Phillip Wilburn (2012 Bill Clinton) and Damien Fahey (David Kendall)

Directed by Kristina Adelmeyer

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Top Questions To Ask Yourself Before You Get Castrated!

September 28, 2012

Researchers say men who are castrated live longer. If going to that extreme to extend your life interests you, first take a second and look at the Top Questions to Ask Yourself Before Getting Castrated:

Do I want my only choice at karaoke to be Bee Gees songs?

If I have the operation, what will I scratch mindlessly?

Will the operation make it easier to get elected as a Democrat?

Will my favorite movie change from “Terminator” to “The Notebook”?

Could I get the same effect by watching nothing but the OWN network?

Do I need to get them back from my wife first?

Can I have them back afterwards to tie to the back of my pickup?

Will I still be eligible to compete in drag beauty pageants?

Will they use the same procedure Angelina Jolie used on Brad Pitt?

Can I donate my “equipment” to Chaz Bono?

Arnold Schwarzenegger Meets His Illegitimate Son – with Parvesh Cheena from “Outsourced” – from Top Story! Weekly Episode 103: “Apocalypse Now?”

May 26, 2011

Arnold Schwarzenegger has a secret love child. Top Story! Weekly has the awesome Parvesh Cheena from “Outsourced.” I have an idea for a sketch with a lot of mirroring…

LIKE FATHER, LIKE SON by Michael Hughes

Starring Parvesh Cheena (Joseph Baena), Phillip Wilburn (Arnold Schwarzenegger), Kipleigh Brown (Maria Shriver) and Jen Cain (Patty Baena)

Directed by Michael Hughes


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