G’day, out there! Byron the Quokka here with another weekend of fabulous TV brought to you by Quokka University. Honest, someday we’ll offer courses in something! Meanwhile, here’s a sample of our weekend menu:
7:30 P.M. Ch. 08 MATT BODICE, P.I.–Mystery/adventure
Bodice (Sen. Hiram Fong) infiltrates “the Church of Evolution,” where he finds the members evolving backwards into murderous primitive ape-men! Mr. Rogers: himself. Grannie: Irene Ryan. Murderous primitive ape-men: Themselves (don’t ask!).
Ch. 14 WORLD NEWS WITH ITCHING–News with a stupid gimmick
Have you ever wondered how news anchors and reporters could do their jobs if they were uncontrollably itchy and couldn’t stop scratching? This show lasted only two weeks on CNN, where it had the highest ratings of any other news show on the network. Host: Greta Thunberg. Sports: Rutherford B. Hayes (itchy beard).
8 P.M. Ch. 66 BACK TO HIGH SCHOOL!–Reality TV
The contestants are all convicted felons who’d been given a choice: state prison, or back to high school. This is about the ones who chose high school… and never came back. Principal: Ragnar Hairy-Britches. NOTE: The ACLU has condemned this show as a cruel and unusual punishment as forbidden by the Constitution. Especially the episodes about dating.
Ch. 71 MOVIE–Historical Mish-mosh
Could a pair of American cowboys (Roy Rogers, Gene Autry) have prevented the Norman conquest of England in 1066? “Conquer This, Podnuh!” (Ethiopian, 1989) explores this fascinating might-have-been. King Harald’s bodyguard: The June Taylor Dancers. William the Conqueror: Tim Russert. Queen Matilda: Paris Hilton.
8:30 P.M. Ch. 41 THE FLOBSTERS–Totally tasteless sitcom
It’s the ritziest neighborhood in Boonton, New Jersey–or was, until the Flobsters moved in. This week: Moko’s efforts to clean his clothes subject the entire neighborhood to unendurably rancid odors. Meanwhile, Dayzee (Gloria Scott) is caught hiding in the mayor’s house again. Moko: Jerry Springer. Mayor Schwab: An unidentified cartoon character.
I don’t know about you, but I’ll be watching these wonderful shows today!
Bloody computer! Wouldn’t let me post pictures of anything but puppies. Byron the Quokka, signing off (I know when I’m not wanted!).
3 comments on “Byron’s TV Listings, March 18”
The June Taylor Dancers might have made a pretty good bodyguard. A few high kicks strategically placed could protect against assassins … unless the assassins were using crossbows, of course.
Had they been there, the Normans wouldn’t have stood a chance.
Another great lineup. I want to watch each one.