Secret Agent Award designed by Sandra Herbert
FROM: Simpson/Lynch Studios
SUBJECT: Spy Guys Sweeps Awards!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Pleasantview, AL - It was announced earlier today that "Spy Guys," an original made-for-Blogger series, has swept the prestigious "Secret Agent Awards" in multiple categories, which means "more than one." The awards, known in the trade as "Bondies," are considered to be the most prestigious awards in the business.
When the series' creator, Skip Simpson, was notified after the governing panel's decision, all he could say was, "Wow! I'm humbled and thankful. After all, this is a very prestigious award. I'm gonna wake up Sandy and tell her." He was in fact referring to the series co-writer and paramour of Mr. Simpson, Ms. Sandra Herbert, who was in fact sound asleep and making funny noises at the time.
Mr. David M. Lynch, the Executive Producer of the acclaimed series, could not be reached for comment.
The "Bondie" was awarded in the following categories:
Best Title Sequence Animation
Best Use Of Jerry Goldsmith Music Originally Written For Obscure 60's Television Series
Best Actor - The Foxster
Best Supporting Actress - Unnamed Receptionist With Nose Ring in Act IV.
A fan of the blog known only as "Sharp-Eyed Reader," when reached for comment, said "This is great! Those Bondies are really prestigious awards! But I'm hoping that when Spy Guys returns, it'll send our intrepid agents into outer space! If not... so sad..."
For those who might have missed it, here is the title sequence again.