Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Yet another insane reality TV show

Erik Estrada and other lesser celebrities have apparently been sworn in as reserve officers of the city police department in Muncie, Indiana, allowing them to carry badges and guns as part of a reality television series.

About 200 people were packed into a Muncie City Hall auditorium for the Tuesday ceremony to swear in the former CHiPs star, along with La Toya Jackson (lesser known sister of Michael and Janet), Jack Osbourne (scruffy offspring of The Lord Of Darkness), Wee Man (of Jackass antics) and Trish Stratus (a WWE bimbo).

"Roll call is at 6 o'clock," Muncie Police Chief Joe Winkle told the celebrities. "Do not be late."

The CBS show, Armed and Famous, being filmed in this east-central Indiana city, population 66,000, follows the celebrities as they enforce the laws alongside city police officers.

Estrada joked with the crowd that people may not recognize him as an officer because he would not be wearing his toupee. He pulled up the back inch of his hairpiece and wiggled it, drawing laughter from the crowd.


Anonymous said...

I wonder if I got Trish to arrest me, would 'subduing me' involve her giving Stratusfaction?

Lieutenant General Creedon said...

It that some semi-perverted fantasy or an actual wrestling move?

Anonymous said...

It's just a posh name for a Springboard Bulldog!

Lieutenant General Creedon said...

Which is?

Anonymous said...

A standard diving bulldog sees a wrestler jump down on an opponent from an elevated platform and apply any version of a headlock to take down the opponent to the mat.
In some cases a headlock is first applied before the wrestler bounces - springboards -off the ropes. The most popular version of this was used by Trish Stratus, who called it Stratusfaction.