Tag Archive | Al Franken

Ideas For The “Knight Rider” Movie I Hear They’re Making

– an electrical storm causes a Freaky Friday thing where Michael Knight’s brain winds up in K.I.T.T. and vice versa; things aren’t that bad until K.I.T.T. discovers human lust and forces Michael to stalk a teenage girl across several states

– a Hollywood agent overhears Michael and K.I.T.T. bickering; convinced the second voice is coming from some unseen figure in the backseat, the agent immediately signs “The Knight Brothers” and books them on several talk shows; “No, it’s really the car!” becomes America’s hottest catchphrase and the Knights ride high until Al Franken teams up with a VW Bug for his blockbuster return to comedy

– Michael Knight and K.I.T.T. spend two hours discussing the plot holes in Prometheus

– Michael Knight spends two hours getting a perm while K.I.T.T. pranks people at a nearby carwash (i.e. throwing his voice to make it appear as if other cars are talking)

– it’s a crossover with Jaws 5; they put K.I.T.T.’s brain into a shark so he can go in the ocean and try to reason with Jaws (who has returned thanks to the magic of the Leprechaun…so this is also technically a Leprechaun crossover)

– how about just ninety minutes of K.I.T.T. turbo boosting to Ozzy songs?

My Christmas Wish For 2012

Dear Santa,

This year all I want is for Al Franken to give up his senate seat (or senatorship, or whatever it’s called) so he can finally make a sequel to Stuart Saves His Family. Don’t even act like that isn’t the best idea ever, Santa. You and I would both pay top dollar to spend ninety minutes in the midst of another madcap Stuart Smalley adventure. Maybe this time he could go to England? I don’t know, I’m just thinking out loud here. Anyway, you seem like the type of person who could make this happen (all-knowing, all-seeing immortal elf), so see what you can do. Thanks a bunch, Santa. Merry Christmas, and hey, stay away from my tagalongs! Of course I’m kidding. Feel free to gorge yourself.

Yours ’til Niagara Falls,

Jim Greene