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Dear Mr. McMahon,

Vince, baby! Congrats on the whole network thing. As you know from my many letters and packages over the years, I did not pursue my dream of moving to Stamford to become an intern at Titan Towers, alas, but we can assume that if I had then by this point I would be in a position of no little influence. In that spirit, I trust you will read these program ideas and promote me toot sweet to a job where we can get together and implement them. It’s would be what’s best for business - show business, that is! Call me.

Wildfire in the A. M. (talk/variety) - Tommy Rich discusses current affairs with his guests and visits places of interest. He is drunk throughout. First episode features Bobby Eaton, Ian Rotten, Deepak Chopra and a visit to a Buck knife factory.

Gruncle Ole Anderson’s Cartoon Cavalcade of Bitterness  (children) - Ol’ Ole provides intros for Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling episodes and one lucky viewer each show can appear and take Anderson’s Sugarhold Challenge! He needs the payday.

In The Kitchen With The Ox (cooking) - Ox Baker makes dishes from his cookbook and punishes the unworthy. On the opening show, watch Abdullah the Butcher make BBQ Pansit noodles and Guy Fieri is the recipient of the dreaded Heart Punch.

Hunting The Wild Brunette (nature) - Your host Mick “Just A Friend” Foley invites you along to stalk both professional and amateur height-challenged females via social media. Watch Cactus Jack devalue his legacy even more!

Jesus Was A Worker (finance) - Join Tully Blanchard, Ted Dibiase, Nikita Koloff, Bill Watts, Blackjack Mulligan, Ivan Koloff and a host of others show you that no one has to take bumps in a pulpit to make money.

Andre und die Kacke (adult) - German language documentary highlighting live action recreations of real road stories of Andre the Giant making the scheisse in bathtubs, plane aisles, in the ring, on dojo boys and more.

The Rooster Crows (call in) - Viewers call in and name any wrestling personality and Terry Taylor  will demean, insult, trash talk and/or diss him or her. Try to stump this perennial territorial mid-card face - you can’t!

CSI Texas (crime procedural) - Watch as Sgt. Dusty Rhodes leads a mismatched team of renegade forensic specialists (Dory Funk Jr., La Parka, Enzo Amore, Daffney) as they try to solve "unsolvable" crimes. There is always lots of high tech plunder and heiney clobbering to be had. In the first episode, “Who Killed Capt. Redneck?”, all Thee American Dream and his misfit crew have to go on is a shard of a Lone Star beer bottle, a used muffler and a scrap of white sheet. Special Guest David Alan Coe stops by as well.

ciao,

RAF

 

If any DVDVR comrades want to add their own, feel free. I would love to use hear them.

 
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As long as Dusty Rhodes gang eventually go in search of Stan Hansen, i'm down for that show

 

oh and this: Wildfire in the A. M. (talk/variety) - Tommy Rich discusses current affairs with his guests and visits places of interest. He is drunk throughout. First episode features Bobby Eaton, Ian Rotten, Deepak Chopra and a visit to a Buck knife factory.

 

...sounds like the latest Highspots shoot interview concept

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I've always thought a Dinner for Five type show with one wreslter almost mediating (Colt Cabana would be good for it) while him and four other wrestlers (current and retired) shoot the shit over dinner.

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I've always thought a Dinner for Five type show with one wreslter almost mediating (Colt Cabana would be good for it) while him and four other wrestlers (current and retired) shoot the shit over dinner.

Basically Legends Rountables with food. 

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I'm down for Pete's idea of a poker themed show hosted by the APA or just Ron Simmons. Wrestlers playing poker, telling road stories or stories about shows from the past with matches/angles clipped in would be entertaining as hell.

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Sticking with my original idea: 2-hours, every Sunday night from 1 AM to 3 AM; Vince McMahon pours a glass of scotch, sits in front of a fire and talks straight into the camera (was it Tom Synder who used to have the weird monologues like that?). Could also be broadcsat from a leather chair on the Corporate Jet. He just sits and explains.

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Saved by the Bell: The NXT Years.

AC Slater is now coaching wrestling at the training facility in Tampa.  The rag tag bunch of NXTers get into all kinds of hijinx, all under the nose of the lovable yet bumbling COO Triple H.  Zach Ryder has already been cast as one of the nerds on the show.  

 

Will Val Venis appear in one episode to get revenge for Slater spearing him?

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