In I Have Til 5, 3MB will Pick a Topic and Discuss the 5 Finer Points of it
Everyone in the WWE Universe is trying to figure out who the Secret Admirer of Kaitlyn is. So far, we know 2 things: The Admirer sent Kaitlyn a leather hat covered in spikes. The Admirer texted Kaitlyn an odd poem, including with a “Choo-Choo-Choose You” reference probably learned from our RAW Recaps. But maybe that Simpsons reference was not just an indicator of great television tastes; what if Kaitlyn’s Anonymous
General ManagerSuitor is actually a resident of Springfield, USA?
We came up with the five best possible guesses for who could be Kaitlyn’s Animated Suitor.
In Cheap Pop, Three Man Booth discusses random topicswith a slight historical bend.
Recently, Network Television had their version of the WWE’s Black Friday, that infamous post-Wrestlemania day when the WWE trims its Superstar roster. Television opted to cancel a slew of shows: CBS dropped Dramas like Vegas, Golden Boy and CSI: NY along with the “I can’t believe this show is still on” Comedy Rules of Engagement. FOX has been trimming the fat all year long, pulling the plug on the Mob Doctor, breaking up the underrated Comedy Ben & Kate, and finally quarantining Touch. NBC canceled … everything! Well, almost everything: Both Parks and Recreations and Community were renewed! ABC made a lot of sensible decisions, dropping 666 Park Avenue, Malibu Country and anything they aired on Thursdays at 8pm (We watched you, Last Resort). But when it came to their Comedies, we disagree with the cancellation of Don’t Trust The B in Apt. 23 and, especially, Happy Endings.
Our hearts broke upon hearing the news that Happy Endings was canceled. Especially since we’ve talked about its wrestling connection not once, but twice. There is a little bit of a silver lining though: rumors say that USA is interesting in picking up Happy Endings, similar to when Cougar Town was picked up by TBS after ABC dropped it. So, here we are, thrice discussing Happy Endings, in the hope to persuade USA to pick up the show. Here are some ideas that have the comedy crossover with the longest running weekly episodic series on television, Monday Night RAW.
5. Penny B. Ware*
The Pitch: Tired of Dave using his 1/8th Cherokee ancestry as a defense, the group all take a home genealogy test. When the results reveal that Penny is related to Koko B. Ware (possibly her daughter), everyone thinks there’s a mix-up: clearly, those are Brad’s results, right? Penny, determined to find out the truth and Brad, confident that his dad isn’t the Birdman, track down Koko, who is in town for a WWE event. They discover that Koko is related to someone in the group: Max.
*Inspired by our Twitter Conversation with @Happywrites
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