If you like situational justice drama with a twist of otherworldly non-comic relief with a Sci Fi backstory, then TVHump’s new series may be your next must-see show.
Based on the graphic novels of Gopher Ferst, “Bonermaker” follows the exploits of Sheriff J.T. Bonermaker as he battles for justice in a fictional West Texas town, whose residents harbor dark secrets about conspiracies you’ve never heard of. This series is so wild that some critics have stopped watching for fear it may cause a psychic break in their brain chemistry and turn them into the very creatures Bonermaker contends with each episode.
The reviews are in.
“I watched Bonermaker and now I can’t unwatch it. Literally. I think it did something to my brain where it plays on a loop and won’t turn off. Please kill me.”
“Bonermaker is the rare drama where fiction and reality don’t matter anymore and instead are both…”
“I saw a show like this once. It was when I legally died on an operating table and Jesus forced me to watch it before doctors brought me back to life. I thought Jesus was supposed to be cool. I guess he’s the opposite.”
“I have a boner for Bonermaker. I’m sure no one else will say that ever.”
A show like no other.
What makes Bonermaker different than other shows? It could be because no two shows are exactly alike in every way. That would be impossible. Another reason is because every episode of Bonermaker is a completely different plot that doesn’t seem to correspond at all with previous episodes mostly because it was written by groups of elementary school students, mental patients, and a computer that makes nonsense scripts out of words and pictures it finds on the internet. The result, is, well, magic, if by “magic” you mean a totally unintelligible story about a guy who looks like a cowboy and says stuff like, “Murder me? Ima carpagoogoo.” Then it cuts to a literally twenty-minute fart where it’s a closeup of a butthole.
Changing how we watch t.v.
Will Bonermaker change the way we watch television? Yes, if the way you watched television before was without Bonermaker. Now, it’s with Bonermaker, which is a change.
Season two in the works?
TVHump has ordered 75,468 episodes that will play out over the next 42 and a half years. The final season corresponds with a Mayan prediction that the world will reach a new golden era, mostly because Bonermaker will finally be off the air.
Who is the mysterious woman who keeps appearing at the end of Bonermaker episodes?
That’s the 4th grade teacher telling her class to turn off the Bonermaker script writing app and start on their math.
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