November 29, 2004

Michael Moore on Jay Leno Tonight
— Ace

Hey, giving Leno ratings doesn't help Moore. I've got the DVR all loaded up.

I've been dying for a comedic premise for two weeks. Hopefully, the Husky Huckster will come through for me.

You know what I think would be a good show? A show about mismatched cops who at first hate each other and then become best buddies. And it would star Keith Olbermann as the fussy, kinda-gay one, and Michael Moore, as the enormously fat and unhygenic one who isn't really gay but you gotta figure he watches some really sick shit when he whacks off.

And of course they'd solve all sorts of "crimes," like the Halliburton corruption deal and the theft of Florida and Ohio. And the gimmick is that they're both a couple of douchebags who don't know a lick about detective work or research or even logical deduction, so they just sit in their Upper West Side apartments "solving" cases by reading BuzzFlash and

It would be called Internet Detectives, of course.

Jake and the Fat Man ran for several years. Why not my show?

P.S.: I think we could work in Oliver Willis too. He could be in a kind of lower-rent Lone Gunmen type group, along with Josh Marshall and Daily Kos. They'd be the exposition-bitches that Moore and Olbermann come to when the writers need to advance a plot point quickly.

Posted by: Ace at 05:13 PM | Comments (13)
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1 Michael Moore should be a guest on TV shows.

After all, he is the head of the Democrat Party. And he is the best man to represent the looks, ethics and sex appeal of today's Democrats.

Posted by: Jake at November 29, 2004 05:58 PM (h4tU8)

2 So I take it Oliver returned your calls regarding the "Ace and the Fat Man" vehicle?

Posted by: Alex at November 29, 2004 06:11 PM (PpBGs)

3 So I take it Oliver hasn't returned your calls regarding the "Ace and the Fat Man" vehicle?

Posted by: Alex at November 29, 2004 06:11 PM (PpBGs)

4 Oliver has return my phone calls and the vehicle will be named "Jake and the Ace"

Posted by: Jake at November 29, 2004 06:20 PM (h4tU8)

5 I'd throw my support behind any of these shows if I could play the sinister, Machiavellian puppet master who always seems to be involved in the worst kinds of cover ups and conspiracies. While the bumbling duo would foil my every plot, I'd always be a few steps ahead of them and avoid my just desserts.

And what would be the explanation for my brillaint scheming intellect? I never earned a degree at a liberal arts college.

Of course, I'd insist that I have a signature of some kind. A character trait that would make me seem both cool and dangerous at the same time. Something decidedly un-PC.

Just call me The SUV Driving Man.


Posted by: James R. Rummel at November 29, 2004 09:37 PM (VC3Ww)

6 I dunno, I kinda see Kos as the weasely little prick from Internal Affairs whom nobody likes nor trusts.

Would most of the cases examined on the show eventually prove how 1970s typewriters actually could produce MS Word documents? Keith could also probably crack the case of the Florida Dems who voted for Bush, and they could finally send Old Man Diebold up the river!

Posted by: Sean M. at November 29, 2004 10:29 PM (F168B)

7 Only if they can get George Soros to do guest appearances as the disembodied voice of Charlie.

Good morning, Angels. . .

Dave at Garfield Ridge

Posted by: Dave at Garfield Ridge at November 30, 2004 05:06 AM (rV7Dk)

8 We'd need a Colonel Decker type, who shows up just as they solve the case and flee back into the Los Angeles Underground. Or maybe they just walk into Moore's apartment building and the Colonel Decker guy gets stopped by the doorman.

Maybe Hugh Hewitt could play him.

Posted by: at November 30, 2004 07:15 AM (GEwFD)


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Posted by: None at December 05, 2004 08:25 PM (ywZa8)

11 Michael Moore is a Saint Jude. He sheds light on a hopeless cause, hopelessly, with passion. I fantasize of a Republican reality show where we actually could watch knuckleheads, like the new director of the CIA, speak for themselves-like with Moore's tape on Leno- thinking none of us are watching. You know, to see who these blokes really are. Then I'd whip out the popcorn and study the poor twisted bastards who still feel some neurotic compulsion to support their "leaders" and munch in the face of hyserical lying and disassociation and whatever other Coulter-esque madness these die-hard Bush voters conjure in order to live with themselves.

Posted by: Mimi Page at January 12, 2005 09:23 PM (oXpHg)

12 Mimi: What kind of obsessed nutjob responds to a post six weeks old? Oh, yeah. That nutjob be you. And since you're obviously not American, who gives a shit what you think of Bush. Wanker.

Posted by: julie at January 12, 2005 10:29 PM (N3ymc)

13 There is no great genius without some touch of madness.

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