CBS, a television network perhaps best-known for having slightly-better programming common sense than the other three "big" networks, announced an all-female sports show that will air on CBS Sports Network starting in September. The show is being described as "akin to The View meets Pardon the Interruption". Because THAT'S what the world was missing.
Naturally, the most elite of snarky Internet media jumped on this announcement, and this exchange came across my feed this morning:
CHALLENGE ACCEPTED, RUBENSTEIN
Dora the Explorer, but for sports:
Jim Mora the Explorer - Jim Mora, with the help of his trusty map and you, the viewer, follows clues to try and find the Pac-12 Championship trophy.
Sex and the City, but for sports:
Rex and the City - The pilot begins one week after the 2003 NFL Draft, when Rex Grossman's plane touches down in Chicago. Bimbos, one at a time please, Sexy Rexy has arrived in Chi-Town!
Breaking Bad, but for sports:
Breaking Badgers - Bret Bielema is the one who knocks.
The Chew, but for sports:
The Lou Chew: Lou Holtz makes lip-smacking noises and says nonsense for sixty minutes straight. Oh wait, that's already on TV.
iCarly, but for Sports:
iCharlie: Charlie Weis starts his own Internet TV show, in which he sits at his desk and eats hoagies. Kansas goes 2-10, but Charlie's tuna salad episode garners over a million hits in 24 hours.
The Brady Bunch, but for sports:
The Brady Bunch: This one is simple: reshoot old Brady Bunch episodes, with Brady Hoke playing every part. His doughie-ness makes him a natural Peter, but he's got range.
The Crocodile Hunter, but for sports:
The Brock-odile Hunter: A nature show starring Brock Osweiler. Every episode is about giraffes.
Will and Grace, but for sports:
Will and Grace: Will Muschamp has an encounter with an angel. Despite the fact that Muschamp screams at her, she blesses the Florida football team. They finish an unfathomable 8-5.