TV Acres Clubhouse is a creation of Jerome
A. Holst, the owner
of the TV Acres.com website.
Set in a big red barn in a cornfield somewhere near the majestic
city of Cleveland, Ohio, the TV ACRES CLUBHOUSE is a place where
TV fans can meet and greet and share their love for television.
Each month the TV ACRES CLUBHOUSE recaps the best of what's
happened on primetime TV, answers emails from fans, highlights a
Website of the Month, plays a few games, and even takes a visit to
"Collectibles Corner" to talk about TV memorabilia from classic TV
The program also features a CLUBHOUSE pledge which is recited at
the beginning of each show.
Regular features of the show include: The Email Grabbag, Website
of the Month, Question of the Month, Collectibles Corner, Spin
That Darn, Wheel and TV News and Month in Review.
The show also contains fictional advertisers who support the
program such as Wally's Fillin' Station from Mayberry, North
Carolina or Simon and
Simon Investigators from San Diego, California. All sponsors are
based on fictional programs and characters that have aired on TV over the past
The show's co-host, the beautiful Tey-Vey-A-Tuba, the digital diva of channel surfing, is a fictional character. Tey-Vey-a-Tuba
(aka "Tuba") rules over the digital pathways that deliver TV
signals everywhere on earth.
Tuba is assisted by an army of elf-like wranglers called "zappers"
who make sure that the TV signals keep "rollin" to their proper
destinations, so that TV viewers everywhere can flawlessly switch
from one channel to the next to obtain their favorite TV shows. An
elf-like creature called Clyde is the Chief Zapper who coordinates
all of the regular zappers. He reports to Tey-Vey-A-Tuba.
being a digital creature, can change her appearance and clothes at
will, but most of the time, she appears as a beautiful and
blue-eyed female, with a fantastic athletic physique and a
dazzling white smile.
The show is scheduled to run about 60 minutes. It currently
exists as a "transcript" which can be viewed at (http://www.tvacres.com/archives_clubhouse.htm)
Anyone interested in getting the TV ACRES
CLUBHOUSE on the air should contact Jerome Holst at email@example.com