LOS ANGELES - Producer Jeff Mullen of X-Play and All Media Play confirmed to AVN that he is planning a pornographic parody of the beloved children's show 'Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood.'
"Yes, it's on," Mullen said. "Definitely."
Could this be the 21st century equivalent of Gerard Damiano's "Let My Puppets Come"?
"Mr. Rogers will be teaching sweet young girls about pulling down their pants and exploring their ‘dirty areas'," Mullen told AVN. "We are going to go into the land of the make-believe and fuck it up completely. Puppets are the least of what we are going to be doing, but I can safely say that a few puppets are about to get fucked. This will not be family viewing by any standards, but I really hope to bring back memories for a happier and healthier America."
The Not Mr. Rogers project is the latest in a string of pop culture parodies from Mullen and co-producer Scott David. The producers established a winning formula with the Hustler Video hit Not the Bradys XXX, which recently made its broadcast premiere on Playboy TV.
In quick succession, X-Play has developed spoofs of "Bewitched," "The Partridge Family," "The Beverly Hillbillies," Disney's "High School Musical" and John Landis' Animal House. The company has also wrapped a sequel to Not the Bradys for Hustler Video.
"Our goal is to own most everything we shoot and we are on our way to accomplishing that," said Mullen. "Our Not Mr. Rogers XXX Neighborhood will be cute, quirky, dirty and totally demented."
Yes, it's a beautiful day in the neighborhood for X-Play and friends.
Pictured: Jeff Mullen