Tuesday 29 November 2011

Desperate Scousewives to address Euro financial crisis and Egyptian elections


After their television debut last night on E4, producers of Desperate Scousewives have told viewers that next week the cast will be addressing the Euro financial crisis and the ongoing battle for democracy in Egypt.

Despite warnings at the start of the show that “some scenes have been set up in the desperate hope of making them seem like human beings”, many viewers found it hard to relate to people that make the cast of The Only Way Is Essex look like attendees at a Mensa conference.

An E4 spokesperson said, “Critics might say that the show is nothing but an endless parade of vacuos simpletons without a single redeeming personality trait, but I would say wait until you hear what they have to say about the military control of protesters in Tahrir Square.”

One of the blonde ones was asked for their opinion on the German Chancellor and her stance on bailing out faltering economies, only to reply, “Angela Merkel? She’s the one who makes the shiny handbags, right? I want to marry a footballer you know.”

Desperate Scouswives

The debut programme has elicited a range of responses from viewers, ranging from anger to total apathy about the state of our society.

Confirmed Liberal David Matthews watched the show and told us, “Yes, I saw it, and by the end I was pretty sure I could make a reasonable argument for enforced sterilisation.”

“I’m not saying it’s the worst thing ever created in the history of mankind, but it’s a guest appearance from Katie Price away from being exactly that.”

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