New PBS Schedule

Here’s a future PBS schedule if public broadcasting leaders cave in to Republican pressure by Mark Harmon, Associate Professor at Texas Tech.

8:00 am
Morning Stretch: Arnold Schwarzenegger does squats while reciting passages of “Atlas Shrugged.”

9:00 am
Mr. Rogers’ Segregated Neighborhood: King Friday sings “Elitism is neat.” The House Un-American Activities investigation of Mr. McFeely continues. Mr. Rogers explains why certain kids cannot be his neighbor.

10:00 am
Sesame Street: Jerry Falwell teaches Big Bird to be more judgmental. Oscar the Grouch plays substitute for Rush Limbaugh. Bert and Ernie are kicked out of the military. Jesse Helms bleaches all the Muppets white.

11:00 am
Square One: A MathNet episode “Ernest Does Trickle-Down.” Jim Varney explains how cutting taxes for the rich and spending more on defense will balance the budget.

Noon
Washington Week in Review: Special guest Senator Bob Dole, explaining why the current pension crisis, budget deficit, bank closings, farm foreclosures, S & L bailouts, inflation, recession, job loss, and trade deficit can all be blamed on someone else.

1:00 pm
Where in the world is Carmen San Diego? Guest detective Pat Buchanan helps kids build a wall around the U.S.

2:00 pm
William F. Buckley’s Firing Line: Guests George Will, Rush Limbaugh, John Sununu, Pat Buchanan, James Kilpatrick, Mona Charen, G. Gordon Liddy, Robert Novak, Bay Buchanan, Pat Robertson, Joseph Sobran, Paul Harvey, Phyllis Schafly, Maureen Reagan, William Safire, and John McLaughlin bemoan the need for more conservative media voices.

3:00 pm
Nature: Join James Watt and Charlton Heston as they use machine guns to bag endangered species.

4:00 pm
NOVA: “Creationism: Discredited, but what the hell?”

5:00 pm
Newt Gingrich News Hour: Clarence Thomas and Bob Packwood present in-depth personal reports on sexual harassment. Pat Buchanan says he is being shut out from national exposure.

6:00 pm
Mystery Theater: Hercule Poirot, Jane Marple, and Sherlock Holmes team up to investigate Whitewater.

7:00 pm
Great Performances: Pat Buchanan is a guest conductor of Wagner’s “Prelude to a Cultural War.”

8:00 pm
Masterpiece Theater: IbsenUs RA DollUs House. Phyllis Schafly adds to this classic with an added scene here. Nora gladly gives up her independence while her husband chains her to the stove.

9:30 pm
Washington Week in Review: Guests George Will, Rush Limbaugh, John Sununu, Pat Buchanan, James Kilpatrick, Mona Charen, G. Gordon Liddy, Robert Novak, Bay Buchanan, Pat Robertson, Joseph Sobran, Paul Harvey, Phyllis Schafly, Maureen Reagan, William Safire, and John McLaughlin discuss liberal media bias.

10:00 pm
Adam Smith’s Money World: How to Profit from Ozone Depletion

10:30 pm
Nightly Business Report: Wall Street celebrates the end of all laws regarding antitrust, consumer protection, work-place safety, environmental protection, minimum wage and child labor.

11:00 pm
Insights of Dan Quayle

11:01 pm
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