On the Buses to be remade starring Rees-Moog as Blakey & Boris Johnson and Michael Gove as unlikely, master-shaggers Jack and Stan
LONDON — A crack comedy writing team are seeking permission from the estate of the creators of On the Buses, Ronald Chesney and Ronald Wolfe to remake the popular raunchy, sexist, misogynistic 1970s sitcom starring members of the cabinet.
The plot remained the same each week; two loveable sex pests chase new female staff. For those unfamiliar with the sitcom, it stars two incredibly ugly guys twice the age of the busty birds and crumpet they were trying to bed, while still living at home with their extended family. They were also trying to take advantage of the officious boss, Blakey.
When pitching to BBC chiefs, the writers were surprised when they said yes. They agreed. The time is right for a sexist racist non-PC sitcom.
“We were actually pitching our sitcom, called Crumpet! made by our company, Nickynackynoo Productions. They suggested why not a remake of On the Buses with the cabinet and PM and set it on the red Brexit bus?”
The project has been given the green light with Johnson and Gove perfectly cast as Jack and Stan while Rees-Mogg is wonderful as Blakey.
“The world has become so right on and uptight that it’s forgotten the simple perversion of a Carry On style mildly amusing slap and tickle, sexism. Women secretly love it,” said a white, privileged, massively out-of-touch Oxbridge writer. “Yeah it works on so many levels. I don’t see it as sexist or racist. I see it as postmodern.”