Today, we have with us in the
studio, one of the greatest leaders out country
has ever seen...that's right, Mr.. George
Washington! he'll be interviewed by our own king
George V...George, take it away!
King George V: Thanks Ironman...odd name.
Anyway, George, you led the revolt of the
American colonies against England, what was that
like for you?
George Washington: Well, er, sir, it was a
bitter struggle, and we fought for what we
believed in and-wait, wait, wait, i can't do
this! Why the [delicious mangos] would you be
KGV: Well George, that was quite rude...I
thought we could put our differences aside for a
little chat about how you totally and completely
are sorry for the terrible wrong you did.
GW: WHAT? YOU [spotted weasel]!! you were a
tyrannical, dictating, cruel, unjust, [baboon],
and I cannot tell a lie!
KGV: WELL SIR! I won't be spoken of in such a
manner, IF, YOU, PLEASE!
[this little bit here replaces a rather long
scene of violence and profanity. when we resume
the interview, King George V is being carried
away, and Mr. Washington is perspiring slightly]
Ironman: well, I think I can take it from here,
Mr. Washington. I don't know what our executives
were thinking when they put George in with you!
[flashes over to executives office]
Executive 1:[watching replay] hehehe, look at
hey, john, you were right! this is
hilariou-terrible, dreadful, awful, disgusting,
get that camera out of here!, bad, not good, a
IM: anyway, what was the key point in your
strategy to succeed?
GW: well, I was focused on-
IM: [cuts in] wait a second, are your teeth
wooden?! whoa, Nellie! some people worry about
plaque, do you get termites? and I thought you
cut down a cherry tree! what if you hit yourself
in the face with an axe?
GW: what? no! the dentures! why is it always the
[George Washington in angry rage and tirade
destroying things in background...rather loudly
IM: [shouting] and that concludes our interview
for today, next week, Martin Luther! interviewed
by Pope- wait a second...I think I'll handle
that one too...anyway, thank you, and good
[little theme music]