Sunday, July 19, 2009

A New TV Series

If you have always wanted programming that would seamlessly combine the faith and sacrifice of the early saints as they crossed the plains with the fast paced action of martial arts and Western justice, then you’re gonna love the new TV show I am developing for KBYU called Pioneer Children Sang As They Walker Texas Ranger.

24 comments:

Matsby said...

OR – if you enjoy church history and also those debonair English gentleman spy programs, I have another idea for an adventure series called Come Come Ye The Saint.

Matsby said...

And for the older Mormons out there who may not appreciate all that action and adventure, I am also currently developing a pioneer-themed game show called Put Your Shoulder To The Wheel Of Fortune.

Matsby said...

Okay, I'll stop now. It's 12:23 AM and apparently this is what my life has become...

I am going to bed.

David J. West said...

Could Come Come Ye Saint still have Roger Moore? I'd watch that.

And I haven't heard too much of them but LOW are great.

Tammy said...

Your posts always make me laugh out loud.

Thanks

Laura said...

Is it a spin-off of "The Lord's House on the Prairie?"

mindij said...

awesome.

Rusty! said...

It doesn't really work but have you heard of "Popcorn Popping on the Apricot Tree's Company?" Kind of a natured themed sitcom.

Jeff said...

can you imagine how many people would get kicked in slow motion through log cabin windows on that show?

I'm actually going to do a new romantic comedy called "Love One Another Actually."

rameumptom said...

I'm still waiting for the Romantic Comedy:
"Oh, How Lovely Was Your Sister."

Of course, how the LDS songs have gone liberal is just sad sometimes. Look at this verse from Joel Johnson's "High On a Mountaintop":

"Her light should there attract the GAYS of all the world in latter days."

David J. West said...

That made me laugh, rameumpton.

pam said...

"Put Your Shoulder To The Wheel of Fortune" . . . funny poops, seriously.

madhousewife said...

I would watch all of those shows. Except maybe not Put Your Shoulder to the Wheel of Fortune. I don't like reality TV.

Lori Ann said...

Well, if you are going to do the show, I would get on it..rumor has it that Chuck is about to get translated. (He's the only one that could w/out the whole baptism, calling and election made sure thing!)

Jessica said...

your life rocks, apparently.

eped said...

pioneer children walked as they sang and sang and sang and sang aaaand sang.

Dane said...

rameumptom, any song titled "High on a Mountaintop" is already suspect.

Thomas Parkin said...

Matsby,

Your site is pretty funny. But you should have captioned Will Brimley's picture with something about the devil, Diahbeetus. ~

Anonymous said...

I've heard a rumor that you are working with HBO on Big Love at Home. True?

tvcontents said...

I haven't seen it yet, but among all the boring stuff in TV contents, who knows what to choose nowadays?

tvmedia said...

It's this TV series that make TV media very popular, if you ask me, since they're such a relaxing way of spending your time.

Matsby said...

Thanks foreign TV guys.

Anonymous said...

Brother Walker, Scoutmaster, Texas Ranger Ward:
Now I've got you, Brother Villain!

Brother Villain: Look behind you! Its your hometeaching supervisor come for your report.

Brother Walker: Frick! Fricking A! [skedaddles]

-Adam Greenwood

Anonymous said...

Its time to think about franchise action. Ye Elders of Israel was big, but wait until you see my pilot for Ye Elders of Miami.