Shithome World Premiere! Season Two! TV Guide
Season Two Continues!
A shocking turn! Pinocchio B!
And the death scenes! Sickening real life photos of the last moments of Marilyn Monroe, Elvis Presley, and Michael Jackson!
Plus ... THE SUPER-FAT, UNFLAT, TRIPLE XXX PACK OF THE SARAH PALIN PRESIDENTIAL PLATFORM!
Or … go back to where it all started:
The World Premiere of the Shitty Mickey show!
Which features the financial collapse!
Guns, hot musketeers, coprohillia and Disney!
Dick Cheney, a coke orgy, and a bloodbath!
The whole crew is at Neverland!
It's real Shitty!
See it ALL! Or forever live with regrets.
John Reed's novels include A Still Small Voice (Delacorte 2000) and Snowball's Chance, which will be published by Roof Books this September. He lives in Manhattan.Michele Witchipoo
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