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Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Hot Toddy's Toaster Oven - Season Two

In season one, Hot Toddy's Toaster Oven sure found himself in lots of crazy situations, didn't he? Open letters to wrestlers, commentaries on closed captioning, long distance crushes, sex parties and romantic dates were just some of the topics dealt with in season one.

What can we expect from season two of Hot Toddy's Toaster Oven? For one thing, expect lots of guest appearances by Toddy's future dates. Producers of Hot Toddy's Toaster Oven say the audience is tiring of Hot Toddy's search for love. They want more sex. More random flings. Less "love" and more "action".

Hot Toddy has a new job, so there are sure to be lots of zany shenanigans as Toddy attempts to manage a million dollar budget for the training department. We may even get to see Toddy on unemployment this season after he runs out of money for his department by the second quarter of 2005. What a hoot!

Readers can expect to see a change in locale this season when Hot Toddy moves into his own apartment and perhaps gets a dog or possum or something. When autumn comes, Hot Toddy will probably buy new furniture for his bachelor pad, and writers of HTTO are planning "A Very Special Toaster Oven" in which Toddy and the hunky furniture delivery guy break in his new sofa.

In order to pay production costs, Hot Toddy's Toaster Oven may occasionally air commercials like this one,

If you live in NYC, you should go check out Matt's brother's art show. (Matt, I'm only mentioning this because you call me "sexy" in your blog links.)

Welcome back. We're discussing the exciting antics of Hot Toddy's Toaster Oven in season two. Writers of HTTO have reconsidered their original plan to make Toddy a vampire slayer. "It's been done," they insist. "But Toddy may wake up on the streets of Hong Kong with amnesia, having lost two years of his life unless we find out that's also been done," said writers.

If you have suggestions for plot elements you'd like to see this season on Hot Toddy's Toaster Oven, please leave a comment or e-mail me!

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