cman: Surely interestingI might watch that show
ilikeracecars: Let predict the cast. Homophobic and closeted gay man whose wife knows but says nothing because she's as ambitious as he is, an education guru that wants to replace science with creationism, a religious nut that doesn't actually believe in god but only pretends to get votes.I would love to have the Boondocks version of Ann Coulter though.
Alphax: Well, that should be a madhouse, if done correctly.An 'idealistic cowboy'... a literal cowboy?
skinink: Fark too scared to say "queer" in the headlines?
Road Rash: //Do you want to learn about Texas?
Blathering Idjut: Road Rash: //Do you want to learn about Texas?No.
xanadian: Shouldn't a show about Texas politics be on Comedy Central?
Road Rash: I'm absolutely certain this will be non-partisan and not have any political bias in the way it depicts Texas and Texans./rolls eyes//Do you want to learn about Texas? Then go to Texas, don't go to Hollywood.
HaywoodJablonski: Blathering Idjut: Road Rash: //Do you want to learn about Texas?No.Are you comfortable with your willful ignorance?
kbronsito: So is this going to be like GoT in Texas... and is Rick Perry gonna be getting it on with his sister?
2xcited: Typical HBO and their Bill Maher agenda. If you want to do poltiics, do a show in Cook County, Illinois. If you want to do Texas do John Wesley Price, the biggest racist since Lester Maddox. Plus in an interesting twist John Wesley is black. Too bad Molly Ivins and Ann Richards are dead on their most serious days they were the funniest comics alive.
the money is in the banana stand: Considering they are building a $40mil movie studio on acres and acres of land right north of Austin, this doesn't surprise me. There are enough California transplants for it to be another Hollywood. What people have to realize is that Texas cannot be stereotyped. The cities in Texas can be. Each major city is like its own unique little world. Austin is the furthest thing from what people classically portray Texas as. Dallas, is closer to the general view of "Texas".
Stratohead: never heard of a John Wesley.
Stratohead: did you also study Texas history in the 7th grade?
Kirzania: Stratohead: never heard of a John Wesley.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_WesleyStratohead: did you also study Texas history in the 7th grade?Strangely, no one outside of Texas ever had this class. I've taken my husband to San Jacinto Monument and he's all "Who's Santa Anna?"
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