Thursday, April 10, 2008

Stephen A. invades primetime television

Say goodbye to Stephen A. on your radio dial. It was a short time coming. First Stephen A. lost his Inquirer gig because he forgot to actually write articles. Then his radio co-host Mike Missinelli left to do Philly radio and go head to head with the Burger King. His blog hasn't really taken off like he hoped, he is too busy messing with the title and CAPITILIZATION of words and letters.
So what is next for the Screamin one? Well ESPN alluded to giving Stephen A. more 'television time' but they didn't necessarily say Sportscenter, NBA Tonight, PTI, or any other specific sports show. The Worldwide leader is owned by Disney. Maybe they are thinking of some other shows to slide Stephen A. in to, on Disney Channels or elsewhere along the dial.

Super Nanny- Imagine unleashing Stephen A. on some unruly toddlers to whip them into shape. His ace in the hole is popping in old tapes of 'Quite Frankly.' Little bastards are out cold in no time.

To Catch a Predator- You see the surprise on a guy's face when all they wanted was a little kiddie loving and they find Chris Hansen pouring them iced tea in the kitchen. Imagine the shock to find Screamin A. in the living room reading from the online chats.

'Then YOU WANTED to put your SNICKER-DOODLE in her LUNCHBOX!....is that ANY WAY FOR A GROWN MAN to speak to a YOUNG, INNOCENT WOMAN? I DON'T THINK
IT IS! TRUST ME, ME AND STEW SCOTT HAVE TRIED!'

Myth Busters- They do an entire episode about people having careers even though they have no talent. They prove it is possible. Stephen A. is the main example.

QVC- The late night shift or only when the Quaker Factory lady is on.



Zoey 101- He would obviously play Coach Smith, the school's Athletic Director. Every week he can bring in a different NBA star for a cameo spot and all season viewers try and guess which one fathered Jamie Lynn's baby. Of course, the answer is given with the season cliffhanger. Coach Smith will be the daddy.


Without a Trace- Stephen A. disappears for good. Detectives spend no time looking for him. Series ends after one show.

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