Meet the Candidates, the first family of Dysfunction Junction. When Old Grandpa Barry dies without a will, the family business is suddenly up for grabs. Watch as hilarious antics ensue as everyone from kooky Uncle Bern to the nutty old neurosurgeon at the edge of town scramble to get a piece of the business for themselves.
You’ll laugh until you cry as the Candidates and the folks of Junction resort to desperate measures to stop the family business from falling into the wrong hands.
But it’s not all fun and games. The very fate of Dysfunction Junction depends on their actions.
And no one knows how it’s going to turn out.
Marc Rubio as the Young Upstart who relies on good looks and charm to take him all the way to the top;
Ben Carson as the Crazy Doctor with a tin-foil hat who lives on the very outskirts of a neighboring town called Reality;
Bernie Sanders as The Leftie Uncle, the loveable old scamp who spent a year in France and came back with a suitcase full of brie and a bunch of kooky European ideas;
Ted Cruz as the Tantrum Throwing Tyrant who threatens to shut the whole business down unless he gets his own way;
Chris Christie as the Overweight Sidekick who just wants to be loved;
Hilary Clinton as the Ball-Busting Bitch who’s been plotting revenge ever since she was passed over in favor of the boys;
John Kasich as The Neighbor-Next-Door, the neighbor no one ever sees who offers advice over the backyard fence;
and finally Donald Trump as The Con, the shifty bastard who wormed his way into a seat at the table. None of the Candidates remember just how he got there and now they can’t get rid of him no matter how hard they try.
With cameos by Barack Obama as Old Grandpa Barry, Wayne LaPierre as the Gun-Nutcase, Bill Clinton as the Dirty Old Man, Ruth Bader Ginsberg as the Wise Old Crone, Salma Hayek as the Feisty Mexican Mayor, and Morgan Freeman as the voice of God.
This November, watch as the Candidate family puts the funk back in Dysfunction.
Tuesdays at 9 pm, USA this fall.
Critics love The Candidates of Dysfunction Junction:
“Dysfunction Junction is the must see show this fall. It sure gets my vote!”
Mary Mcmurtry, USA Today
“The Candidates is like sitting around your own dining room table at Thanksgiving. There’s your homophobic Great Aunt Bertha talking smack about “the gays” while Granddad Rodney gets drunk and threatens to shoot some Mexicans. That is, a family we can all relate to. Hilarious!”
Jim Kalamazoo, US Weekly
“Cruz’s take on the Tyrant is Emmy worthy. A Masterstroke!”
Cameron Carmichael, TV Guide
“I predict riots if this show doesn’t sweep the awards season!”
Karen Littleton, Entertainment Tonight
“Finally, a show destined to make American television great again!”
Dave Kirkpatrick, People