Friday, November 17, 2006

Fox Quietly Shuns Drama Exposing Masonic Iniquity

It seems the wife of Senator Collins from the drama "Vanished" is not the only thing that has disappeared.

Those looking forward to the thriller will be disappointed to learn that the remaining episodes have been quietly shunted to the program’s page.

Frankly, who wants to watch TV over the Internet?

Though it was rumored about that the show would be ending in a few weeks, I guess the past few episodes were more than the powers that be were willing to tolerate.

Two weeks ago, one of the conspirators (who just happened to play a similar role on "John Doe" several years ago before that show was suspiciously cancelled after only one season for getting to close to the truth) slit his own throat as FBI agents closed in around him and last week Masonic operatives with RFID identification chips were depicted trying to decipher a secret code contained within one of the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Are network executives really going to keep a straight face as they tell us that a two-hour block of Trading Spouses makes for much more compelling television?

By Frederick Meekins

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