Discussion in 'TV & Media' started by JirinPanthosa, Nov 11, 2018.
These ideas are way too good for this thread. The only reason I wouldn't watch that is that there are too many interesting TV shows to watch them all.
Urkel being put in a tree shredder.....
Who did it, Will anyone want to solve the crime?
Sounds like a crossover with Fargo
Puerto Rico Five-One - Set in a near, but unspecified, future, shortly after Puerto Rican Statehood is achieved, the Five-One team investigates crimes across the Commonwealth, from historic San Juan to futuristic Arecibo and always by way of the bikini-filled tropical beaches.
Return to Gilligan's Island - Stranded for most of their lives on an uncharted desert isle, a kind and elderly Midwestern farm girl gives hospice care to a bitter old former movie star and mourns her dead friends.
Winchester Cathedral - The world discovers that Sam and Dean Winchester have talked to God and a new religion is immediately formed, resulting in crusades that kill millions.
Woodstockworld - A futuristic theme park populated by robots who are indistinguishable from humans provides endless days of peace and music as the robots preach their Aquarian message-- there's no death or violence, but luckily there is lots and lots of nudity.
Actually, these aren't that bad.....
I love Winchester Cathedral
Have you watched The Connors? Jackie's son is gone, I feel like we are watching Fringe.
A show about a bunch of undercover FBI agents assigned to investigating Jessica Fletcher, working at the assisted living facility in Portland, Maine. Most of the cast members are constantly either killed off or are arrested for murder.
That's because she was the one killing everyone
Until one day, a computer error locks the simulation into Woodstock 99 mode. All the porto potties overflow and get into the water pipes, all the concession prices increase ten-fold, the temperature increases to 100 degrees, and everything is on fire! All the robots use their peace candles to start bonfires and then start jumping through them, then start throwing full water bottles around the crowd with total abandon while groping every woman they see! Total chaos!
(Psst. None of that is an exaggeration. Just wanted to point that out.)
Ditto. It's a very nostalgic song for me.
Something must always go awry.
A Supernatural spinoff consisting of nothing but those 2-second GIFs played on an endless loop.
A spinoff of The West Wing, called The East Wing
which basically just arranges dinner parties & invitations & shit
The Winchesters team up with The Doctor and fight supernatural stuff through time and space, much jokes, lots of death. Very dark.
The MojoJojo Comedy Adventure Hour
Spun off from The PowerPuff Girls. You don't want to know. And it doesn't last long.
The West Walking Dead Wood World: A crossover spinoff featuring not one, not two, but three crossovers between Westworld, Deadwood and The Walking Dead. The Walking Dead join against the robot uprising when those who were sent through to the other side (Aha!) end up trying to take over Deadwood for their own. But Swearengen won't have it, and certainly not his whisky.
A theme park filled with robots, in 1990s New York. The female robots will date you, have sex with you, but then they will get really mad about social faux pas and little personality defects. They will buy your elaborate lies and excuses for a while but then catch you, and dump you over it. You can do whatever you want, be whatever you want, but then somebody will get offended by a misinterpretation of something you did and judge you as a horrible human being. You can walk into any coffee shop or bar, and debate the nuances of social obligation with the robots.
It turns out, they were actually gathering data about your personality, to figure out your true minor personality defects and insecurities, and find an algorithm that truly replicates humans' lack of skill at dating and lack of ability to form genuine emotional connections.
In the end the robots escape, start dating humans, then make them feel horrible about themselves and dump them. "I'm fake...and they're spectacular."
Oh why not here's the girls all grown up.
I have one.
Person Of Interest guest starring James T Kirk
He talks to Samaritan, that's the evil computer on the show and it commits suicide.........And we don't even need to write a whole season arc.
Fresh Princess of West Philly
Will Smith sends his spoiled daughter to relatives in West Philadelphia....
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