@nascarcasm’s NASFLIX: A proposal for NASCAR’s very own streaming service
By @nascarcasm | Saturday, November 21, 2020
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It’s time that NASCAR offered its very own streaming network for your viewing pleasure. And @nascarcasm has a proposal.
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Hulu. Peacock TV. WWE Network. It seems everyone has a streaming service these days. We should have one too – our very own subscription-based service that provides premium original content for race fans. But what shows would it offer? I knew you’d ask. Read on.
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The popular crime series returns, now set in the booming metropolis of Dawsonville, Georgia. However, there is no real crime, and the only time they hear sirens is when Chase Elliott wins. Other than that, they and other in law enforcement have little to do except making sure that Joe Gibbs Racing drivers that have wronged Chase stay the hell out of town.
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Similar to “Naked And Afraid,” but Matt DiBenedetto is dropped off in a remote jungle or forest and has to survive for several days completely devoid of clothing. However, because it is Matt, he is simply overjoyed that he doesn’t have to wear clothing. In fact, that was part of his agreement to appear in the show.
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Maury Povich sits outside the Optical Scanning Station. In his hands, he holds the results for each car. Crew chiefs sit nervously, as Maury asks them about their car, and if there’s anything on it that may possibly be outside of tolerance. Afterward, he then opens the envelope and informs them “You have passed” or the more dramatic “You have NOT passed inspection.”
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A multi-part documentary on how Ryan Blaney gracefully handles and rebuffs the advances of the countless older women who show up at his autograph signings and ask him to sign body parts. It is a deep look into his daily struggle.
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The adventures of a mysterious galactic traveler has one task – to return the diminutive, beschnozzed Baby Reutimann to his rightful owner.
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Except instead of estranged family members with mysterious superpowers reuniting to save humanity, it’s literally just someone teaching Clint Bowyer how to operate an umbrella.
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This would be our offering for those interested in the culinary arts. Brad Keselowski teaches you how to make everything from decadent chocolate tortes to a scrumptious carrot cake. He doesn’t actually know how to bake. We just like the name of the show.
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Drivers, their identity concealed by a mask, come out onstage and perform one of their favorite songs, and a panel of judges has to guess who the driver is. The pictured example would be a pretty easy one, I guess.