The year: 2025. The world looks very different than it did even 15 years prior. Cars are now airborne, normal glasses have been replaced by Google Glass have been replaced by Bing Glass have been replaced by a resurrected Ask Jeeves Glass, Justin Bieber has racked up seven straight 10.0 albums on Pitchfork, and TV, well, TV is basically nonexistent, what with our insect overlords forbidding it. Oh yeah, insects are now our overlords. But King Xzyxsyfns and his six-legged cronies do still allow three shows to air: NCIS: FU, The Simpsons (“Homer and Marge, like, break up or something”), and The Walking Dead. He’s a big T-Dog fan, that King Xzyxsyfns.
AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan said Wednesday that Breaking Bad, which ends its run next year, and Mad Men, which ends the year after that, are a couple of the best shows in the history of television, and that he sees no end in sight to The Walking Dead.
“We hope that zombies live forever, and we’ve just begun to find out what the post-apocalyptic world is like,” said Sapan, “so that we’ll be sitting here at the Barclays conference in 2022 discussing the fact that Walking Dead is not over…at that point, I think any one of the companies will have replaced the United States government and we’ll be in a complete free enterprise world in which there are no nations.” (Via)
Maybe by then, Zombie Lori will have FINALLY learned to separate the whites from the darks (“AW HELL NAH”).
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