CBS To Cancel “Ronald Reagan At The Neverland Ranch” By Steve Tanner

by John Hawkins | November 20, 2003 11:59 pm

Santa Barbara – Once again CBS bows down to pressure from above over an upcoming mini-series revealing the Reagans. GOP members have managed to block the upcoming biopic “Ronald Reagan at the Neverland Ranch”.

The show stars Alec Baldwin and Susan Sarandon as President and Mrs. Reagan. It also co-stars Woody Harrelson as the King of Pop. The actors have come together announcing that if the series is dropped by CBS, they will threaten to move from the United States… again (although it is said that this time they really mean it.)

The network released a 15 minute segment of the series during a press conference this afternoon. The Clip shown depicted a touching moment with the Reagans visiting the Neverland Ranch. Michael Jackson was upset over accusations of inappropriate conduct with a young boy. President Reagan stepped in to try and buy the family off with a small arms deal. After a dramatic speech outlining how a family should shut up and be good obedient Americans, Nancy beats the family to death with a shovel. They then all laugh and ride the Ferris Wheel.

CBS is worried about a replacement series for the cancelled show. The mini-series originally was a quick replacement for the recently cancelled ‘It’s a Merry Gary Ridgway Christmas’.

If you enjoyed this satire by Steve Tanner, you can read more of his work at Broken Newz[1].

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