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From The Desk Of Executive Insider – Getting It Stephen Colbert Tattoo!
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(Here at the CC Insider, we get a lot of email from our users with valuable feedback on how we can stop f**king around and start giving the people what they really want to see. And let's be honest, we can't read every one, but every week we get some gems that we have to pass on to Executive Insider, our beloved leader here at Comedy Central for his thoughts. Every week on Thursday he'll be greenlighting some of your ideas*, so who knows, this could be your big shot!)


"I have this great idea for a sketch, possibly for the Chappelle show. It involves the popular "roller shoes" and ghetto minority gang members using them as the new style. (running from cops). Cops also can have the roller shoes but with blue and red flashing lights. The ghetto people can "ice out" and hook up their roller shoes as if they were cars. This is a fast summary of my idea. Please let me know what u think." — Diego

Hi Diego! Thanks for your excellent idea! I'm going to personally guarantee you that the next Chappelle's Show will definitely feature this sketch! We can fire Charlie Murphy or something.

Just so we're on the same page, I wanted to clear up something I was a little confused about. By "ghetto minority gang members" and "ghetto people" are you talking about… Urban? We just had a presentation from our awesome legal team on the difference, but I got bored. Anyway, I just want to make sure we're not going to get into any trouble on this one. But we couldn't do our jobs without this great input from our fans!

"This is the only way I knew to get through with an idea (like you need one). The clip of the female blogger getting tazed could be used to show how they are using the same technology to make porn more believeable. You can have this one but the next one is gonna cost you." — Johnny

Johnny, Johnny, Johnny. Nice. As someone who both watches a ton of porn and has a direct line to The Daily Show, let me be the first to congratulate you on what's going to be a long and storied career in the comedy world. I can't wait to put this on the TV! One think I've noticed, though, is that a lot of people aren't as into Seizure Porn as you and I (were you at the convention?), and there's a worry that this might not go over so well with some of our more "vanilla" viewers. Anyway, thanks for the awesome idea, and don't worry about giving this one for free, your check is in the mail.

"I loved you show the other day about wal mart and I use to work for them maybe you can use this on a next show each store has 12 to 16 mgr to it and I seen first hand how mgr work they all got walky talkys and there was a peace of paper on the floor right under the store mgr foot he call the co mgr to call the asst mgr to call the dept mgr to call a asst dept mgr to call a assoc to pick it up right out from under his foot" – Michael



Well, it looks like the Executive is going to need a little nap right now, but please write in with more great ideas to and we'll see you again next Thursday!

* Obviously this isn't real. Obviously.

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