It’s the final nail in the coffin for most TV shows. They’ve had a long run, were probably the most watched show at one point but like any frothy entertainment (sans The Simpsons and Law & Order franchise) the audience finally grows bored and ratings drop. The producers gather in a scrum and brainstorm how to inject more life into the show. “Producers” and “brainstorm” prove oxymoronic as they always come up with the same answer—a kid. Such was the case with The Brady Bunch when they brought in the John Denver homunculus Cousin Oliver. And history is laden with similar examples: Scrappy Doo in Scooby Doo, Sam in Different Strokes and John Houseman in The Paper Chase.
What these shows should have brought in was the 24 In. x 36 In. Two Shelf Industrial Polypropylene Service Cart from Harbor Freight Tools! Boasting a 500 lb. capacity, the industrial-strength polypropylene cart features large 3 in. trays, hardware bins, cup holder, comfortable handle and smooth rolling 5 in. casters. It’s ideal for the shop or garage and will quickly become your go-to for transporting heavy work items as well as carting around hand and power tools.
So, how would the 24 In. x 36 In. Two Shelf Industrial Polypropylene Service Cart have saved The Brady Bunch? Well, they could have place Cousin Oliver in the cart and then rolled it over the side of the Grand Canyon. Ratings would have soared through the roof! The cart would have been retrieved on a nearby river bank and the Brady family would have then opened up their own auto shop (much more interesting), using the cart of course. The revitalized marketshare might have also prevented the show Chico and the Man (set in an auto shop) from ever being produced, thus killing two birds with one stone. Now, don’t get all upset about Cousin Oliver. Thanks to the durability of the cart, he survives the fall and follows the Colorado River down to the Gulf of California where he washes ashore in Puerto Peñasco and becomes a billionaire by developing multiple condominium retirement communities for expats earning him the moniker El Jefe con Pelo Rubio.