And by no means is that all. I realize that no individual show can have all of the good aspects of these things at once, but I've put together a general framework for the show. Over time different elements can be used.
The show is hosted by some type of monkey. His co-host is a crazy mule. The mule has ribbons in her hair and is always playing tricks on the monkey. They host a show that goes like this: there are three men sitting in chairs, tied up. Each man is in a different room on the stage. Two of these men are convicted criminals, the other is an ordinary man picked from the studio audience. The show starts with a story about each man's crimes. The story about the innocent man is purely fictional, but the monkey and the donkey donít know this. They have to decide which men they think are guilty. The donkey chooses his man by touching a picture of said man with his nose. The monkey does the same.
Now, the man chosen by the donkey is doused in gasoline and set on fire. The man the monkey chooses is put in a big glass case with millions of angry bees and wasps. And, if either the donkey or the monkey accidentally choose the innocent man, the leftover guilty man has to wrestle with some sort of dangerous animal in a cage or tank. If both men chosen were guilty, the innocent man wins a pastel sport jacket and a trip to Miami. Then after that, a tiger fights an alligator and a woman eats a plate full of broken glass and dirty needles we found on the ground.Of course the show is not limited to this, but it definitely must always have the monkey, the donkey, the bees, and the burning of one man. Feel free to send me suggestions for other segments of the show.
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