In September 2005, the Detroit Free Press published an article consisting of twelve cartoons depicting the unobstructed face of Wilson Wilson, Tim Taylor's eccentric neighbor from the hit TV show Home Improvement. This move outraged The Church of More Power, a self-described religious cult of Home Improvement fanatics, which considers any unobstructed depiction of Wilson's face blasphemous. The Church sent a strongly-worded letter to Governor Jennifer Granholm, urging her to publicly denounce the cartoons, but Granholm declared that "the freedom of expression has a wide scope... the Michigan government has no means of influencing the press." Angered by what they perceived to be a smear campaign against sitcom fanatics, members of The Church set fire to the offices of the Detroit Free Press and the governor's mansion, leading to statewide riots. Stars of Home Improvement, including Tim Allen, Richard Karn and Jonathan Taylor Thomas, held a joint press conference denouncing the violence and calling for peace. Soon afterward, Church leaders sat down with state officials and the two groups reached a mutual agreement whereby a small area of Detroit would be annexed into the sovereign nation of Binfordia.
Not many people are aware that the concept of "eminent domain", recently expanded early last year in the Supreme Court decision Kelo v. New London, applies solely to the nine justices of the Supreme Court themselves. In fact, shortly after the decision was made, Justice Antonin Scalia (pictured, right) promptly seized control of Disneyland, which was soon rennamed to "Antonin Scaliand."
His partner, a Himalayan sherpa named Tenzing Norgay, was disqualified after he failed to light up all eight targets on his side of the crag.
Here, art officially "jumps the shark."
3,000 years later, he served as an announcer/gimmick of a second-rate game show for children.