She has a wad of cash in her wallet, and a loaded gun in her bag, and she's about to make a fortune. Frau Stassi, a super dangerous lady spy (of questionable gender) pays a behind-the-scenes visit to station KNG-TV in a clandestine meeting with Mo Flemkoff aka Agent Dos, KNG-TV's new accountant. They are in cohoots, keeping abreast of the questionable activities of KNG-TV station owner, billionaire Maroney Sparks.
Frau Stassi , whatever else she may be, is blond and ambitious, and armed and dangerous. Mo Flemkoff, aka Agent Dos, and whoever else he may be, is rumored to be under a FBI witness protection program. He once did something very bad with numbers. Now he's indulging in a little corporate espionage. He's a very big fan of the hit comedy variety show hosted by the wacky Chuck E. Baby and Miz E with a Z, "The Kong Show on TV!" A show that just so happens to be broadcast from station KNG-TV. If this espionage pays off, Mo Flemkoff could make millions and complete his plan to take over the station.
Outside station KNG-TV, danger lurks, money changes hands! Inside station KNG-TV, the heartless scumbag scoundrel, billionaire station owner Maroney Sparks and the crazy conflicted station manager Madison Lynne are up to funny business, trying to quietly ruin the station so as to make millions in a convoluted tax write-off scheme. It's a Kongspiracy! What's a secret agent, a super spy, and a dirty rotten billionaire and his minon to do? Just for the Schitzengiggelz, have a few laughs and watch "The Kong Show on TV!"
Filmed almost live from KNG-TV studios somewhere in New York City. It's "The Kong Show on TV!"
This pilot episode, presented in the network TV three act format, features New York City performance artist Killy Mockstar Dwyer, a mock rockstar rocking the stage in her pink tutu; and the as seen on Saturday Night Live, comedian Bob Greenberg impersonating comedy legend Jackie Gleason; and the amazing stand up comedy magic of New York Times featured performer Irish Dave Cremin.
There is also a surprise visit by actor/magician of the year, Rene Clement, playing Marty Portebra an undercover FBI agent/talent agent! He's KONG-tastic!
Spying on all the shenanigans behind-the-scenes its "The Kong Show on TV!'s" mascots Kong the King and Cool Cat. Now, what are they doing out of the studio, sneaking around the station's underground parking garage? Find out on the next episode of "The Kong Show on TV!"
It's more than just sketch! It's more than just stand up! It's more than you can imagine! It's "The Kong Show on TV!"
Written by Powell Leonard. Produced by Powella Productions. Tom Bibla, Editor, Director.