Discussion in 'The Lighter Side' started by okie, Sep 26, 2004.

  1. okie

    okie GT Mayor

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    Oct 28, 2001
    Muskogee Ok.
    The recent announcement that Mattel and the producers of "Baywatch"
    have joined forces to create Baywatch Barbie came as no surprise.
    After all, both companies have made millions off airheads with
    flawless skins, Malibu tans, and synthetic breasts.

    If Baywatch Barbie sells well, other Barbie/TV tie-ins seem certain
    to follow. Some possibilities:

    Melrose Place Barbie: Comes complete with her Barbie Dream Apartment,
    where Skipper and the rest of the gang live rent-free. Other accessories
    include a bottle of vodka, silk sheets and an arrest warrant.

    Dr. Barbie, Medicine Woman: This helpful doll offers other homesteaders
    important tips like what conditioner to use out on the Plains and how to
    take care of their nails while shoeing a horse.

    America's Most Wanted Barbie: She's on the run after 30 years of crime
    against feminism.

    Oprah Barbie: Push a button on her back and this Barbie actually speaks!
    Hold your very own talk show with topics like how tough math class is,
    Ballerina Barbie's struggle with bulimia, and Kens who wear Barbie's clothes.

    My So-Called Barbie: She faces the same troubling issues as regular teens who
    don't have huge wardrobes, pools, ponies, and perfect bods.

    Roseanne Barbie: The dark side of the American dream is explored with this doll,
    which shows what happened after Barbie graduated from high school, married too
    young and ate too much.

    Murder, Barbie Wrote: Whenever this elder stateswoman of the Barbie set (she's 27!)
    arrives in the playhouse, all the other dolls mysteriously disappear.