Skip to comments.Les Dowrey Occupies Wall Street
Posted on 11/17/2011 8:56:28 PM PST by LesDowrey
Episode Synopsis of the new conservative cartoon, The Les Dowrey Show
After proving how worthless foreign aid to Africa was, and teaching them how to fish instead of giving them a fish, Les Dowrey continues to fight the powers of liberalism wherever they may be, which has led him to the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City.
While broadcasting live from the middle of Zuccotti Park, Les Dowrey interviews several of the senseless protestors, only to discover that there is much more than meets the eye at Occupy Wall Street. The protestors are actually an army of unemployed Zombies. With the help of his faithful sidekick, Captain Sully Sullenberger, and his trusted pet Bald Eagle, Gipper, Les Dowrey rounds up the Occupy Wall Street Protestors and takes them to the one place where there are no brains to eat The Democrat National Convention.
Surprisingly, the zombies are embraced by the Democrats because after all, Dead people have been voting for them for years they are just glad that theyve decided to finally join them at the DNC. While at the new Zombie-filled convention, the Democrats get ready for their keynote speaker Nancy Pelosi, but is it really Nancy Pelosi or just another zombie? Its really hard to tell have you seen Nancy Pelosi!
And just like that, once again Les Dowrey saves the day with a good old fashioned conservative solution!
If you havent seen the latest episode of the show, be sure to check out the second episode of the Les Dowrey show here!
And if you havent seen the first episode of the show yet, be sure to watch Episode 1: Les Dowrey Goes to Africa here!
Excuse me. What was your name again?
I think it was Less something.
Is he Don Imus?
I don’t get it.
That was painful. I need to go watch Manos:The Hands of Fate to cleanse my brain.
MST 3000 Mod. 2....lol!
“Les Dowrey” - that’s not his name. It’s what his father-in-law said upon first meeting his daughter’s intended husband.
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