Brian Newport, a single, conservative journalist, finds himself at odds with his liberal friends, and the absurdity of the politically correct world, married couples and hot women who are turned off by his politics.






2004   Unknown  


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Series cast summary:
Steve Marmel ...
 Brian Newport (3 episodes, 2004)
 Craig Tindle (2 episodes, 2004)
 Sami Ruiz (2 episodes, 2004)


Brian is a conservative-leaning newspaper columnist who voted for George W. Bush over Al Gore, enjoys the single life over married life, and isn't afraid to voice his opinions, even when it means not having sex with politically liberal hot women. His friends include house-husband Craig Tindle, who is "whipped" by his neoconservative Korean wife, Hu, and teacher Jimmy Townhouse, a moderate Democrat who tries to bring his Republican friend off his high horse. Brian and his friends spend their time drinking at a local bar and commenting on the week's events as they unfold via TV news as they're served drinks by attractive Latina bartender Sami Ruiz, who Brian wouldn't mind sleeping with if she didn't support Ralph Nader. The series finds the group encountering caricatures of known figures like Wayne Brady, who is running for president, a drunken Ted Kennedy, and George W. Bush. Written by Anonymous

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14 March 2004 (USA)  »

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Steve Marmel, who created the show and voices the politically conservative Brian Newport, is a liberal in real life. He described his political views as "raging moderate". See more »

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Good political Satire, but biased
18 April 2004 | by (PA) – See all my reviews

I find this show to be very well done, and anyone with a good grasp on current politics could enjoy this show. Brian Newport represents the Republican side of politics, while Sammy, the waitress at the bar he frequents, represents liberals in America. The show will very likely p*** off a lot of people, as it tends to lean a lot more to the right than the liberal agenda. Still, if you try to look at the show objectively, it takes a good look at both sides of the political spectrum. Honestly it pokes fun at both sides, but since the show really revolves around Newport, it seems to show more of a conservative viewpoint. Behind the stereotypes and outlandish plot lines, there is a lot of comedy. I like to think of it's political satire along the lines of the last few South Park seasons, although it is much more overt in its political "moral" in each episode, if you want to call it that. I encourage people to watch the show, unless you don't like having your political party getting made fun of.

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