EXCLUSIVE: Fox's Avatar Holiday Special Proposal

Having learned nothing from the catastrophic lessons of whoring out their previous game-changing classics for selfish, seasonal-variety-show needs, the Fox brainstrust had apparently been plotting an Avatar-themed holiday TV special, set to air shortly after the opening of James Cameron's half-billion-dollar sci-fi gamble. According to these pages from a leaked memo obtained exclusively by Movieline, the show followed an original plot taking place some years after the action of Avatar ends, and featured many original and several new characters, plus appearances from some surprise visitors to Pandora. Click on for two proposal pages of what could have been a monumental addition to the holiday special canon.

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Comments

  • Furious D says:

    For the love of Xenu I hope that's a joke.
    But being the cynical type, I'm surprised Cameron didn't go for it.

  • DHE says:

    What I really want to see is the District 9 holiday special.

  • el smrtmnky says:

    hometree kush will go well with this

  • Furious D says:

    The Aliens VS Predator Holiday special!
    Now I'd pay to see that!

  • Old No.7 says:

    Too bad that Bea Arthur passed away before she could reprise her role as Ackmena the Bartender.

  • Aaron says:

    There is no way this isn't a joke. If this is a real Fox memo, the writer and anyone who responded favorably to it should be dismissed for sheer stupidity.

  • Bob says:

    This is obviously a joke. You can tell just by looking at the formatting, before you even read it.
    And if you do read it, then you should be able to tell that the description of "Mr. Cameron's" response is obviously not something that would appear in this document if it were serious.
    Other things that make it obvious to non-retards that this memo is a bad joke:
    "290-inch 3-D flatscreens," "I'CEE and Y'IU" ("I see you?" How is that funny at all?), and the use of capital letters for no apparent reason.
    This isn't funny, and I'm not going to read another page of it.

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