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4 Sequels to Family TV Shows That Need to Be Made


4 Sequels to Family TV Shows That Need to Be Made

If we at The Laughing Stork had the power to produce sequels to family and children’s TV shows currently on the air, we believe these four follow-ups would be guaranteed hits…

4.  Once the stage lights (finally) go down on Toddlers & Tiaras, producers should follow up with the contestants in twenty years in a show called…

Adult Women & Their Therapists.

3.  Once Max and Ruby, the children’s cartoon about a three-year-old rabbit and his bossy older sister, goes defunct, perhaps they will finally come clean about their REAL story in a sequel called…

Teen Mom: Rabbit Edition, in which Ruby admits she has actually been a teenage mom in denial — and not Max’s sister, as claimed — thus explaining the absence of Max & Ruby’s parents all this time.  (With thanks to Laughing Stork reader Miriam for this totally plausible theory.)

2.  It’s about time that Minnie got her own spinoff series from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse

…Called Minnie’s Foot Therapy, a reality show where we follow Minnie’s painful struggle to overcome the hammer toes, bunions and dislocated ankle caused by wearing high heels around the clock.

1.  In a year or two, The Fresh Beat Band will move on to a new ensemble show…

…Named Golden Girls & Boys, a sequel in which they realize they’re not exactly high school-aged anymore and move into a Miami home together, where they exchange witty barbs, drink smoothies and sing songs such as, Here We Go… to The Early Bird Special and Just Like a Retired Rockstar.

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Candy Kirby is the founder of The Laughing Stork and a professional fun-maker who will never stop chasing her lifelong dream: to find the Pomeranian or porn star after whom her parents must have named her. A humor columnist for Disney, Nickelodeon, Scary Mommy, Reductress and Redbook, she also used to be a staff writer for the soap opera, The Bold and the Beautiful, where she penned many scripts featuring prolonged heated stares and countless “Who’s the Daddy?” story lines. Candy lives in Los Angeles with her husband, two young kids and three rescue Persian cats, the latter of whom are the real brains behind this operation (so send all complaints to them).

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