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Ferris Bueller TV series

Posted in coming soon with tags , , on September 26, 2008 by Dr. Cochrane

Breaking news! Plans are also underway to revamp the short lived Ferris Bueller television series:

6 New Episodes

Ferris Bueller’s Power’s Off: FB’s neighbourhood experiences a black out and hi-jinks ensue. (AH)
Ferris Bueller’s Tee Off: golfing comedy, FB dodges his membership renewal at LA’s finest course. (AH)
Ferris Bueller’s Telling Off: Jeffery Jones finally gets to tell FB what he thinks in a 92 minute reprimand. (AH)
Ferris Bueller’s Fruit Goes Off: FB keeps forgetting to take the fruit bowl off the kitchen window sill. (AH)

Ferris Bueller’s Molotov: FB skips work to join an anarchist geurilla group only to find that his boss has invited the same group to perform some revolutionary theatre at the company barbeque! Ferris must play the lead role, even whilst avoiding being recognised by his boss and simultaneously bringing about the downfall of the ruling elite. (TC)

Ferris Bueller’s Take Off: FB takes an unsheduled day off work and goes to visit Cape Canaveral to see the Shuttle launch. Unfortunately his boss has the same idea and Ferris ends up hiding in the Shuttle toilet to avoid being seen. He gets taken into orbit only to die later on after his body weight causes the crew to miscalculate their re-entry trajectory and the shuttle burns up in the Earth`s atmosphere. (EL)


Upcoming from Tom Cochrane

Posted in coming soon with tags , , , on September 26, 2008 by Dr. Cochrane

Also coming soon…


Stressed toy executive Tom Hanks starts to develop lymphatic elephantiasis and must seek out a Zoltan funfair machine to reverse the consequences.

D.A.R.Y.L.: The Return

Summer 2009 welcomes the robot genius DARYL back to the big screen! Now all grown up, and having finally learned what a hooker is, Daryl (Ethan Hawke) has become a big time pimp trying to keep the Peurto Ricans from muscling his territory. And he can still play the shit out of ridge racer! (TC)

The Post-Graduate

Dustin Hoffman revisits his most famous role in this update of the 60s classic. Now a professor at Berkeley, the 70 old Hoffman is supervising a PhD in medieval philosophy by sexy-but-nerdy Keira Knightley. With simmering sexual tension they must decide if the scholastic metaphysics of Duns Scotus is still relevant to current mereological issues.

The corpse of Anne Bancroft makes a guest appearance as Hoffman wistfully recalls his own student days. (TC)