Glenn Beck Discovers Glee Three Years After Its Premiere, Plans …
Glenn Beck might be many things—a New York Times best-selling author; a multi-media, multi-millionaire showman; a prime incarnation of Calvin if he had sole Hobbes for a chalkboard and Nazi swindling theories—but a former pundit is decidedly not adult to date on his TiVo. Proving so, a former Fox News horde praised a hip new radio uncover during a Faith Freedom Coalition discussion on Friday: Glee. “It’s brilliantly done,” Beck announced. “It’s produced, brilliantly. Its music, brilliant. Its acting, brilliant. Its cinematography, brilliant. All of it!” Well, all of it solely for a “horrifying” messages, that Beck skeleton to invert in a opposition array that a tears-prone regressive has announced.
Beck pragmatic that his untitled anti-Glee will underline characters that aren’t “sleeping with everybody else” and who have values other than self-gratification. To infer that he is severely deliberation appealing to America’s girl in musical-TV-series form, Beck has suggested that he is even operative with a rapper on his project. When not pulpy for a name, he explained, “I can’t contend who yet—but my assembly and his assembly will say, ‘What?’”
In jubilee of this coldly awaited regressive spin-off of a array that many viewers, including those during VF.com, have already given adult on, we’ve fast brainstormed a few bizarro Glee personalities that we’d many like to see on Beck’s reboot:
Ramone Berry, a ardent guitarist/lead member of his school’s joviality bar who aspires to be like his purpose model, Ted Nugent. (In a pivotal episode, Nugent will guest-star as a Regionals decider alongside Tom Selleck and Bo Derek.) In annoy of his stone and hurl aspirations, Ramone preaches avoidance until marriage. Each year, Ramone takes a initial day of sport deteriorate off from propagandize to rivet in a activity with his parents, who, notwithstanding their same-sex relationship, trust that matrimony should legally be between a male and a woman.
Lynn Moray, an concerned cheerleader (played by Bristol Palin) who is castigated by a whole tyro physique when she becomes profound during her sophomore year. After holding shortcoming for a child and re-pledging her abstinence, she is begrudgingly supposed behind to propagandize and to a joviality club.
Bill Huster, a joviality club’s teacher, who seeks matrimony conversing rather than a divorce after he finds out that his mother calculated a pregnancy and attempted to buy an unborn baby from one of Bill’s students. (Forgivable offense!)
And Patricia Heaton as a surrogate economics clergyman whose doctrine skeleton on mercantile conservativeness are so voluptuous to Bill that he represses his unfaithful urges and sets her adult with his brother.
Make your possess impression suggestions for Glenn Beck’s anti-Glee in a space below!