Here is Star Fury! The Micro-Pilot.
Its kind of like 30 Rock, only in space. Well, not in space, but about space. Actually, if you apply a mathematical equation, Star Furys heritage is 25% 30 Rock, 25% Star Trek, 25% The Office, 15% South Park, and 15% Extras, which totals 105% fun!
The poor cast and crew of the series try so hard to make a relevant science fiction show, but end up with, you know, Star Fury. From their overly-method lead actor (thats me!) to their feminist director who isnt above trying to sleep her way to the top, Star Fury has a cast who can just as easily play it slap-stick as they can skewer political sacred cows. Plus, to drive ratings, you can trot out science fiction icons as guest stars because, lets face it, they need the work.
All this hilarity, and on the cheap, too. Throw together a single sci-fi set (the beauty is, Star Fury is supposed to be bad science fiction, so you can go ghetto on the set design), a production office, craft services room, and you are good to go. Later, we can take our cast on the road to conventions, out on dates, and maybe a jail scene after a misunderstanding with three transvestites. The possibilities are as endless as the galaxies that Star Fury visits.