Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Bring Home A Redneck


I watched the TLC program, Take Home Chef. The premise is that a chef ambushes women in a supermarket and asks them if he can go home and cook for her and her boyfriend or husband.

This led me to think that this show needs a spin-off to cash in on the new redneck chic trend. I would gladly volunteer for the new show. My take on it would be 'Bring Home A Redneck Barbeque Guy.'

But then again it probably wouldn't work since most all men are under the misguided opinion that they are barbeque experts and would be offended at someone showing them how to do it right. Maybe I could stick to lesbian couples. I might have to rename the show though. How about ' Hey Darlin', Want Some Hot Meat Tonight'?

Hey, it's a work in progress.

24 comments:

The Phoenix said...

I'm thiking your BBQ idea would be the equivilant of having an interior designer going to the home of a gay couple.

I like the lesbian couples idea. Maybe have a handyman show them how to build a deck.

angel, jr. said...

I think you are onto something there. Yes, we all think that we are experts at the grill, however, what we don't always have is a drinking buddy at the grill. You can provide this, while giving some helpful tips.

Catch said...

lesbean couples dont leke decks...they dont leke big decks..and they dont leke lettle decks...they leke someone who doesnt have a deck....my I es not workeng today...lol

Perplexio said...

I don't care how much of a grill master most guys think they are-- a guy like Bobby Flay WILL school them on the grill. Some of the shit he comes up with for grilling is rather mind-boggling. He even does grilled vegetable salads! Grilling meat well isn't all too difficult-- grilling veggies and making a salad that makes a red meat loving carnivore like myself salivate like Pavlov's favorite pooch-- now THAT'S an accomplishment!

Green Eyes said...

Hell, Fuzz, you can bar-b-que for me anytime!

Metal Mark said...

Sounds more like a show they would stick on Fox for maybe two weeks during the Summer.

:P fuzzbox said...

phoenix: I like the interior decorater analogy. That rocks.

angel, jr: That is a great idea and more up my alley. It could be titled, 'Bring Home a Drinking Buddy.' That would freakin' rule.

catch: That is phunny!!!

perplexio: Bobby Flay is married to a good ole' Texas gal. She probably taught him all he knows about grilling. I was watching one of his shows the other day and she taught him how to make the perfect root beer float. Add Bourbon.

green eyes: I would be honored.

mark: I could go for that. Then it could be picked up by the food channel or WE.

Mimi said...

I am not big on reality tv. But I would watch any show you would make. I have seen previews though for a show I am interested in. They put hardcore hillbillies in LA. The previews look pretty damn funny.

siren said...

I think that sounds like a great idea. Although, if you come to my house you'll have to bring the grill too :)

Pixie said...

I am sure someone will do something like that after all what else is there left to do ?
;)

dragonflyfilly said...

hey fuzzy just for the record, that is not me, (except in the group photo) -- i'm the one taking the pics.


great post...but darn it all anyway...i've been ordered to stay away from red meat...only extra-lean Turkey for me!!! hah hah

Bruce said...

I thought Bobby Flay was married to that blonde actress who once played the D.A. on Law and Order: SVU; she's on Conviction now.

:P fuzzbox said...

mimi: Real life Beverly Hillbillies is a scary concept.

siren: Have grill will travel that could be another concept.

pixie: Reality tv has no limit it would seem.

dragonfly: Sorry about the mix-up.

bruce: I knew she was an actress but I did not know what show she was on. She is Texan though.

Jamie said...

90% of the time I will gladly give up cooking duties to another person. Unless it's my grill. Then, you can prepare it all, but I MAN the damn thing!

And while I don't know many lesbians, the ones I do know could build that deck without anyone elses input, ha ha!

michaelm said...

A wonderful concept, Fuzz.
You truly missed your calling.
Head to Hollywood. They need a brain like yours. Right now I'm envisioning a BBQ cowboy in black leather chaps, sans pants.
LMAO...

~m

Phats said...

I think you ought to pitch your idea to fox, I am sure they'd jump right on it!

:P fuzzbox said...

jamie: Input huh huh huh. Phunny. How do you spell out the Beavis and Butthead laugh anyway?

michael: That is one scary ass concept. Or is that a hairy ass concept?

phats: It might just be worth a shot.

RAVEN the PITA said...

can i volunteer to be a weenie taster fuxxie?

Gerald Ford said...

Care for a meat in that bun?

heh heh heh...yeah yeah! (beavis)

uh huh huh uh huh huh (butthead)

:P fuzzbox said...

pita: Send me a list of your qualifacations. ;)

gerald: So thats how you do it. Cool. And you said meat in the bun. uh huh huh uh huh huh. Typing that out I realize how big a slacker Butthead really was it is really a minimalist approach using only one finger to laugh. That's cool.

Ol' Lady said...

If your going to do Redneck Grilling and need any roadkill recipes let me know, I can help.
Eating meat from the grocery store is uncommon in this part of the world, ours usually
come from the bush or ditch ;)

ozymandiaz said...

Cummon, ya know the real premise of the show "Bring home a Redneck" would be the redneck comes over, drinks all the beer, pisses on all of the bushes in the yard, does donuts on and off the street, and eventually get in a fight with either the occupants or their neighbors. Now thats a show. (albeit mayhaps more suited for Crazy Dan to star)

:P fuzzbox said...

ol' lady: How else can you verify freshness?

ozy: That would also fit the Extreme trend in tv programming.

phlegmfatale said...

you may have found your true calling, my dear!