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Wow, we are so pumped up here at WHACKO-TV. To celebrate Earth Week 2014, we have been recycling some old bits from the 50s and 60s. And we have been only eating biodegradable food. It’s been fun seeing how the whole staff (and the rod) pulled together to honor the earth in such a nice way. Wolf Douglas even cooked up this demonstration to prove how doomed we are as a planet. Do I smell EMMY? Are those biodegradable? 
There is nothing like a beautiful garden to keep you happy about the birds and the bees. This is much better than what your parents told you. Our new garden correspondent Teabag Benny has put his political posters away for the summer and brings us a great report on how to deal with little four-legged friends. This is WHACKO-TV outdoors video that doesn’t need to be fertilized. It already smells. 
Most of America has been suffering with ice, snow and loss of electricity. With the snow falling in the northeast, WHACKO-TV took its camera into the streets to see how much snow fell. While our team was in the thick of SNOWGASM 2014, we started to daydream about how things were before the snow. So, we gathered some footage we shot right before the blizzard and it brought to mind that old saying: If it isn’t one thing, it’s another. Enjoy the snow and STOP COMPLAINING. 
This LABOR DAY in the USA, we celebrate all those people who have worked hard to feed their families, own a house and work toward the American dream. We couldn't help but notice that some of the creatures in the backyard don't necessarily play fair. For those who dance for a living, this video is dedicated to your hard work and hope the grind reaps you the proper return.
Before we close the WHACKO-TV studios and head on out for that big New Year’s Eve party, we let some of the college interns put together a little tribute to 2011. Being of a noir nature and attempting to use a drained lake as the metaphor for the close of a tough year, they presented this to our staff. We thought it was a bit much, but we were impressed they shot it on film at 24 frames a second, which is more retro than video. Who paid for the damn film? We just wanted to wish everyone in the viewing audience a HAPPY NEW YEAR; onward to better things in 2012. 
With the economy being as bad as it is, many people are planting gardens to harvest some food to eat. WHACKO-TV brings you a new show called The Risky Gardener. This first episode looks at the friends and foes of every garden and how to keep the bad guys away and let the good guys in. This natural-off-the-grid kind of philosophy can help you plant a better garden.
Super moon makes rare TV appearance on WHACKO-TV and the first thing the man in the moon does is use his appearance to spout off about the environment. Why is it his business? He just sits up there and makes waves. Well, he was so close we couldn't resist having him on as a guest. He really doesn’t sing that well, but he is bright
When filmmaker Josh Fox is asked to lease his land for drilling, he embarks on a cross-country odyssey uncovering a trail of secrets, lies and contamination. It is rare that WHACKO-TV actually recommends that you watch another TV channel, but if you haven't see GASLAND on HBO, you are clearly missing something great. STOP THE HYDRAULIC FRACTURING in mining today.

WHACKO-TV, from time to time, will take advertising from sponsors that might be in a bucket full of crap. Well, this is one of those times. BP is dealing with their recent embarrassment in the Gulf of Mexico and their first real commercial since the accident on the oil rig is clearly an attempt to save face. But wow, what a face? That guy has some face!



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