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The Onion News Network is a parody of television news. This show takes events that are happening in the world and makes fun of them. It often gives news that is funny and entertaining to watch. The Onion is a fake paper that reports fake news events. The creators of this paper decided to invest in a news network that follows the same reporting format of the Onion. This show is in the form of a web broadcast that is shown on a daily basis. The show has a cast that not only gives the news but writes the news as well. Even the news anchors on this show are played by different actors and comedians. The shows occasionally have some guest stars. In the past Ben Stiller and Ted Allen have appeared on this show. Stiller appear in a comedy skit, and Allen was on the show to promote his cookbook.

Like most news shows, the Onion New Network has different news segments. There is the Factzone, where a news anchor goes over the events of the world. The way these events are delivered is meant to put fear into people in a humorous way. There is also a parody segment made to resemble reporting from the Today Show. The news anchor will report the news in a quick manner and present some odd subjects for discussion. No one is off limits from this parody show. They make fun of everything from the White House to brothels. The show gets its parody from many well know news shows, including the likes of CNN and other serious new channels. One of the funniest things about this show is that many people do not know the news is fake the first time they watch it.

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  • Claiming that he just wanted to do something malicious to her, committed abuser Matthew Strachan, 29, surprised his girlfriend at her office Thursday with an unexpected threat, workplace sources confirmed.

  • A report finds Chinese third-graders are falling behind U.S. high school students in math and science, a nostalgic warden has seen 3 generations of a family come through prison, and a battle of wits with an unwieldly burrito nears its thrilling endgame. I

  • The pregnant starlet has finished reading her long-awaited first book and is currently traveling the country to promote the John Grisham thriller to her fans.

  • Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is being proactive in the face of his department's potential budget cuts by scouring the country for road signs, traffic lights, and other unattended resources before Friday's sequester hits.

  • Though presiding over a country hampered by war, an economic recession, dramatic cultural upheaval, and a partisan divide at the highest levels of government, the man responsible for shielding American citizens from reality declared tonight in his annual

  • Chick-fil-A debuts its new homophobic sandwich, the 'Queer-Hatin' Cordon Bleu,' a horrible couple really wants their wedding to reflect their personalities, and Uncle Ben's plans to compete against Apple with a brand new smart phone. It's the week of July

  • Comic Con is once again marred by the increasingly popular Bully-Con, a weird glitch causes 'The Amazing Spider-Man' to reboot in the middle of the movie, and the 'Richie Rich' comic strip introduces a new, even gayer character. It's the week of July 9th,

  • Americans enjoy three months of carefree vegging out before the responsibilities of fall programming resume, Herman Cain endorses who gives a fuck, and a pilot loses contact with '97.5 The River.' It's the week of June 18th, 2012.

  • An anxiety-ridden man is rightly ashamed of every single thing that he does, half a sleeve of Oreos is lost in a house fire, and a local man has had more than enough beach. It's the week of April 30th, 2012.

  • Female voters can't help fawning over sexist GOP candidates, a homesick kid on a sleepover just needs to tough it the fuck out, and Neil DeGrasse Tyson lets it slip that he's been to Mars. It's the week of March 26th, 2012.

  • An alien world agrees to help Syria since this world refuses to, the sale of BET to a white supremacist group results in no changes to programming, and a little turtle gorges an entire raspberry. It's the week of March 12th, 2012.

  • Meth addicts demand the government address the nation's growing spider menace, K-Y introduces a new line of jam, and Prince Fielder reports to spring training exactly the right amount overweight. It's the week of February 27th, 2012

  • The FDA urges Americans to check out a really weird-looking potato, a suitcase looks forward all year to the carousel ride, and Syria is running dangerously low on citizens to oppress. It's the week of January 30th, 2012.

  • In a major 2011 story, Queen Elizabeth claimed her sovereign right to deflower Kate Middleton immediately following the royal wedding.

  • Parents are lining up at disreputable hardware stores across the nation to get their hands on this holiday season's most sought-after item: a bucket of vivid, low-odor chinese paint.

  • Kenny and Doc look down the barrel of a gun as they discuss the top stories of 2011, including Tim Tebow, LeBron James, and that unspeakable college football thing.

  • Brooke Alvarez's icy demeanor is finally explained in a new documentary on public television detailing her dark childhood as a Russian girl cosmonaut locked in a space capsule with a vicious chimpanzee named Mr. Dmitry.

  • A recent report finds that one man is selfishly working thousands of jobs while other Americans go without even one.

  • Kenny yells incoherently at guest host Reggie Greengrass about Eli's temporary status as an elite quarterback and the saddest referee in the NFL.

  • The First Responders debate the U.S. military's use of drone planes to rain fiery death upon Afghanistan from above.

  • On Today Now!, Jim and Tracy talk to an 11-year-old who had his leg gnawed off by a cool-as-hell shark.

  • The U.S. puts more people into prison than any other country and Brooke Alvarez gives us two possible explanations for why this is the case.

  • One fan writes to Brooke in German, but that doesn't stump America's greatest newswoman, who's made it her business to know every language on the planet.

  • On Star Fix, entertainment insiders say this might be the year Hollywood's favorite leaf, which has appeared in more than 60 films, finally takes home the Academy Award.

  • The Onion looks at the discovery of a group of North Dakotan coal miners that would become the cast of 'Happy Days,' and the Supreme Court ruling that allowed black students to experience racism first hand in desegregated schools.

  • The Onion looks back at the release of David Bowie's 'The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust,' which popularized Glam Rock, Glam Politics, and Glam Sports, Charles Darwin killing and eating the last dodo, and D-Day, when brave U.S. boys in uniform blah blah

  • In this StarFix Quick Hit, Justin Timberlake finally receives the recognition he deserves for being everybody's favorite jokester, and the Supreme Court rules that it's okay to illegally download movies and music if you can justify it to yourself.

  • FactZone looks back at the most important events of 2011.

  • Brooke Alverez welcomes hot new anchor O'Brady Shaw co-host.

  • The FactZone studio develops artificial intelligence. Brooke introduces viewers to a new state of the art studio.

  • The network explores the important topic of sex. Brooke and O'Brady discuss human trafficking.

  • A very special takeover by the network's morning show Today Now! Hosted by Jim and Tracy. Tracy's son visits the set.

  • A documentary that exposes Brooke's true identity enrages her.

  • Shelby Cross warns parents that by letting their children trick-or-treat door-to-door in fancy little costumes, they are sending their little ones straight into the greasy arms of waiting sexual predators.

  • Tucker's new piece of technology reveals his Brooke fantasies.

  • The nation searches for a missing 1 year old girl. An extreme obese society tries to kidnap Michelle Obama.

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