07.01.09 8 years ago 9 Comments

We’re here for the gang bang?

This hardly seems like news, but for whatever reason Hustler’s series of pornographic classic TV spoofs is making headlines, perhaps due to the popularity of “This Ain’t Star Trek XXX.”  (Strange… I somehow missed the first 29 installments.) Variety says:

Other programs immortalized under the “This Ain’t …” and “Not the…” umbrellas (as in “Not the Cosbys”) include “Happy Days,” “The Partridge Family,” “Gilligan’s Island,” “The Munsters” and “The Brady Bunch.”

Hustler’s infatuation with TV also encompasses current reality programs, such as “Hell’s Kitchen” and “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.” And there are more sitcom sendups on the horizon, among them the semi-sacrilegious “Everybody Loves Lucy,” which will be available, naturally, in both black-and-white and color.

Porn producers have had fun for years playing off popular movie and TV titles. The twist now is going the extra mile to invest projects with better production values that actually have scripts and genuinely resemble the source material.

Whoa whoa whoa.  They’re making porn with actual scripts now?  Well la dee dah, your highness.  “Oh, I only mahstahbate to pornography with a script; I need to be emotionally involved with the characters.  And don’t you find verisimilitude with the source material arousing?”  I didn’t realize I was hanging out with jerkoff royalty.  Everybody bow to Prince Harry Palms.

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