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Imagine that the next president of the United States is chosen on a reality TV show. The contestants will undergo bi-partisanship, personal contests, and grueling challenges. The winner will be selected as the next president of the United States. Written by sternsf

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STUMP! Ready for the Next President?
24 August 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What if the next president of the United States is chosen on a reality TV show? All the candidates live in one big house at "1600 Stump Street." The candidates have to undergo personal and grueling mental and physical challenges, compete as teams along party lines and demonstrate diplomatic bi-partisanship. Yeah, they wish. Eight ruthless (and sometimes clueless) back-biting political strangers fighting to the end, hoping to reach the coveted goal - President of the United States of America.

Had these people met on the sidewalk, they would have sneered, ignored each other and walked the other way. But in the STUMP! House, they are forced to try to be, well at least in theory, civilized.

Past president Amelia Worth, (The first woman astronaut AND president known to have Tourette Syndrome) played by Janet Wood (Young and the Restless, Foul Play) mentors the candidates, to be "At their '&*@&*%' best." Cedric and Fredrick (played by veteran actors Andy Forrest and Andrew Collins) provide the Dog News anchor desk commentary. News Babe Candi Cotton (played by Katharine Charbonnet) mediates the candidates in the STUMP! House. Frustrated field reporter Charlie Shankoff (played by Franklin J. Sterns) provides field reports, when he is not "drunk or sleeping it off." And then of course, there are the candidates. Catfights and surprises and massive comedy follow the candidates through their endeavors.

Watching STUMP! is a great relief from watching TV News, and following the November 2012 election. I vote for…..STUMP!


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