Pop Art here...
piece is entitled "impact
of frying pan on typical celebrity skull." Catalogue
of everyday celebrity boxing matches say they are 'no longer
a survey carried out for NBC, viewers have said they want
to see celebrity's doing something 'more violent still', possibly
involving 'household appliances'.
on this research, the network has commissioned a series of
10 programs for the summer season where celebrities compete
in the before now little acknowledged sport of Frying Pan
will compete in a ring armed only with frying pans with the
intention of smacking them down squarely on top of their opponent's
bout will be of 5 rounds, 2 minutes each round. Each of the
fight programs will follow a celebrity's progress through
a tough training regime.
boxers whose careers have seen better days, will learn how
to defend themselves from being attacked with ordinary everyday
on the show will be made to wear safety head guards to prevent
injury and celebrity rules prevents any blow other than the
straight down 'plonk' on the celebrity head. (In the unlicensed,
underground frying pan boxing circuit, vicious blows are permitted
with the pan being sliced from side to side, and sometimes
heated up during the break between rounds with frying oil
added - this will not be allowed in this series of the prime
already NBC admits it may have bitten off more that it can
chew as health food experts are already complaining that using
frying pans gives younger viewers the wrong idea about healthy
should be encouraged to eat fresh fruit and vegetables wherever
possible," said an expert.
is rumoured that ABC is developing a celebrity fight show
based on the use of fruit and vegetables as offensive weapons.