One of the first (not to mention most famous and successful) situation comedies of all time, "I Love Lucy," has finally made its way down the parody slaughter mill and onto the bloody dissection table to be hacked up.
Yes, LFP has finally gone and done it, handing down a parody worthy of outrage and indignation with the release of "Everybody Loves Lucy," due out next week.
Jerome Tanner (or as he's better known to his porn mafia associates, "Ace Up His Sleeve" Jerry T) is the hack, err, hacksaw at the helm. Through his perverse juvenile jibs he slaughters one of America's most beloved shows, completely desecrating the female icon of television comedy in the crassest way imaginable with his raunchy take on our favorite redhead. Everything from aliens to tattoos make its way into his skewed comically pornographic reinvention—and he even insisted on creating a 'black&white' viewing option for people who wanted to fantasize that they were really watching the original sitcom. Can you believe the balls on this guy?
Real life husband and wife duo Otto & Audrey play Ricky & Lucy, while Chennin Blanc stands in for vaudevillian Ethyl and comedian Frank Bukkwyd plays her hubby Fred. Audrey Hollander merrily endures an explicit range of obscene sex acts, from double head to DVDA, and throws in some threeway sex and a lesbian encounter to round out the title's promise. In all honesty, it's nothing new for Audrey. She's no stranger to taking everything and the kitchen sink up her fine white ass. And she really does look quite a bit like Lucy when you pull her hair up (which, we're told, is how they came up with the idea in the first place).
Not satisfied with just giving the consumer a simple parody, LFP went ahead and threw in some extra scenes from movies like "Stripper School Orgy" and "Teen Cream." Thanks, Uncle Larry! Like a creepy touchy uncle with a pocket full of candy, you know the way to our hearts and into our pants.
"Everybody Loves Lucy" releases next week from LFP Hustler, but you can see what they did to our beloved Lucy now, in the pictures below. No word yet on when they'll demolish "The Honeymooners"—but stay tuned, because someone most certainly will.