It is alleged that the three big television networks have produced contingency plans for their programming if Rick Santorum is elected president in November. Astonishingly all three will run exactly the same programs from February first 2013.
I have been led to understand that the networks will respond to the country's return to traditional American conservative values, and will reflect the new mood in its selection of programs. At the end of the day the networks are commercial entities, and will not wish to run counter to the forces which gave an overwhelming election victory to President Santorum.
Crime shows, vampire shows, same sex relationship shows like "Modern Family", sex scenes, Letterman, and the like are out. In are situation comedies that reflect the typical American family and its ups and downs, women at home, wholesome entertainment for children, and lots of religious content. Here is the tentative schedule, which will be revised to further reflect conservative values, if it proves a bit too "racy" for some.
NBC/CBS/ABC Sunday To Saturday From February 1st
2013 Same Programs With Different Episodes Each Day
7:00 The National Anthem.
7:05-8:00 Religious Program
8:00-10:00 "From The Vatican"
10:00-11:00 Documentary Series; "Our Founding Fathers" 11:00-12:00 Sesame Street (Without Bert and Ernie)
12:00-1:00 Health Education For Young People. Program One; "Abstinence After Childbirth" With B.Palin Followed By; "Aspirin Between The Knees Is The Best Pregnancy Preventer" With Foster Freiss.
1:00-200 "Ozzie And Harriet" Festival
2:00-3:00 "Leave It To Beaver"Festival
3:00-4:00 "My Three Sons" Festival
4:00-5:00 "Father Knows Best" Festival.
5:00:5:30 "Lassie" Festival
5:30-6:00 "Spin And Marty"
6:00-7:00 The News With Special Input From Fox Television.
7:00-8:00 "Our Beloved President's Day" A Round Up Of President Santorum's Activities With Commentary From Fred Thompson.
8:00-8:30 Adult Viewing Only; "I Love Lucy"
8:30-9:30 "The Honeymooner's"
9:30-10:00 "Uncle Miltie" The Milton Berle Show
10:00-10:30 "Grand Old Opery"
10:30-11:30 Late Night Viewing "The Very Best Of Lawrence Welk"
11:30-12:00 Religious Programming And Close Down With The National Anthem