Skip to comments.Universal Studios denies removal of incriminating Romney bashing audio
Posted on 10/11/2012 10:14:55 AM PDT by T.O.K.
Thanks to a Biz Pac Review reader who was not willing to stay silent, BPR broke a story yesterday about an offensive live performance at Universal Studios theme park in Orlando. Allegedly, the parody bashes Mitt Romney and praises Barack Obama in a comedic song and dance show, Bill and Teds Excellent Adventure.
The story was picked up as front page news on Breitbart s Big Hollywood website. Wednesday, the publication contacted the theme park, and reported the following statement given to them by Universal Studio officials.
The Bill and Ted show has been part of Halloween Horror Nights for years. Its a comedy show that is heavy on pop culture, parody and satire and none of the personalities or issues we deal with receive glowing treatment. This years show contains three-minutes during which actors portraying the candidates engage in a rap song battle. The rest of the 40-minute show pokes at pop culture 2012 everything from the Mayan Calendar to Honey Boo Boo Child. Were not sure how anyone could think this particular segment flatters one person over another, but we know people sometimes interpret things their own way.
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Not a lie. Not a denial either. They just aren't sure how anyone could think there was anything political in this. Benefit of the doubt says I will say they are being disengenous. However, the needle on my BS Detector is pinned.
I think it was just hilarious-
They had a Black character grab a white characters nuts and he says “that’s what million dollar balls feel like”
Isn’t that just so funny?
I bet they hired the same writers that made the show “Ow my balls”
I contacted their public relations dept yesterday...said my large group wanted to know before coming...NO REPLY YET!
We will not go if no reply or an unsatisfactory one.
Can I assume you didn't go to the jump?
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