The Al Jazeera television network announced today that it would start producing its first situation comedy, and they had signed Mouammar Khadafi and Charlie Sheen as its leading men. This press release was sent to all the major wire services today:
What happens when a deposed dictator with a quick temper but a heart of gold is forced to move in with a former star actor with a coke problem? That's right. Hilarity! These two will constantly be butting heads over everything from religion to culture to "whose turn is it to buy weed?". When you take the zany antics of Khadafi and add the gravitas of Sheen you know this show can't help but be a huge hit. Of course we will also have special guest stars including Mubarak, who plays "the other dictator down the hall" and John Boehner as the "crusty but lovable landlord". Production of the as yet untitled sitcom is set to begin next month..."
Qhadafi is set to play a deposed dictator in exile with a last name that is impossible to misspell. Sheen will play a former star who is in exile from Hollywood when his career implodes after stints in jail, rehab, and the hospital, and whose very public meltdown makes him virtually unemployable. Sheen says his character is "very loosely based" on Lindsay Lohan.
Both men are very excited to work with each other. Said Ghadafi "I can't wait to work with him. He is an amazing actor and, more importantly, if you put Charlie and I in a room together and someone else walks in... I am no longer the craziest person in the room! My Allah! Do you know how long it's been since I wasn't the craziest person in the room? Not since college. If people see me next to him all the time it will only make me seem more and more sane. 'Tiger blood powers'? More like bat shit crazy! And the more stable I appear the more it will help in court during my custody battle for Libya."
Sheen was equally excited. "This may be the one other human whose charisma wattage is close to mine. The blood flow to his brain is like an antelope on fire with steroids. I think we will understand each other the way no other humans can understand us. Plus, he can score the most amazing cocaine. You want good blow? The best in the world? Other than Pablo Escobar nobody on the planet has better stuff than Q'Dhafi. It makes the best stuff I ever scored in L.A. look like a homeless orphan beaten to death with the bloody stump of a Gulf war vet with a lazy eye and hepatitis. Know what I mean?"
Producers hope to add the show this fall to their "Must See (or we will come to your house and stone your children) Thursday" lineup. The show has not been named yet, but possible working titles include "Mo' Mar, Mo' Problems", "Two And A Half Yemen", Shiite My Dad Says", "The Oil And The Sheen", and "Manics". The first episodes will revolve around Charlie always doing something to make his new roommate go crazy. In the pilot episode Mouammar comes back from the store to find out that, thanks to Charlie, none of his 18 virgin female bodyguards are virgins anymore. Upcoming episodes include one where Charlie ransacks Momar's wardrobe so he and his children can dress like the members of The Village People, and another where Charlie doesn't want to be roommates anymore when he realizes Mouammar was not the supreme ruler of labia.
Khadafy and Charlie Sheen inked to costar in Al Jazeera sitcom.
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The Al Jazeera television network announced today that it would start producing its first situation comedy, and they had signed Mouammar Khadafi and Charlie Sheen as its leading men. This press release was sent to all the major wire services today:Posted 2 years ago #
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