K-Fed To Guest Star On Terrible Show

Seriously, what’s that show about? 40 year olds playing high school basketball stars and cheerleaders? I thought the age of that kind of old WB mess was over. How is that still going on? Because of the blond guy? Isn’t there another brown haired guy on the show? Is he jealous of the blond guy? Doesn’t the blond guy date underage extras? And now they’ve hired K-Fed?

TMZ has learned that Kevin Federline has signed on to guest star on the CW’s hit show, “One Tree Hill.”

Our source said that while Fed-Ex was extremely excited to star on the show, he would only agree to filming if his shooting schedule coincided with his custody arrangements. We’re told that he made it quite clear that if shooting interfered with seeing his kids, he would not be available.

Oh spare us, Weedy. Shooting begins in North Carolina this week. Is there a drug storyline going on? If so, I’m going to go out on a limb and say he’s going to play a drug-dealer. Keep reading for how it will go.

The dialogue will go something like this:

Blonde guy who dates underage extras: “Yeah, man. I really need something to stay up for finals and still make practice. And we’re goin’ to the championship….”
K-Fed as drug dealer: “No problem, man! I got whatchoo need! I got whatchoo want! Try this little baby! You’ll be cruisin’ ALL NIGHT LONG. And none of that hangover business in the mornin’.
Blonde guy who dates underage extras: “Ok, but uh, just this once. I just need to fit it all in. High school is a lot of pressure. I mean you’d think that someone as blonde as me would have it easy. But I don’t! I don’t have it easy! There’s basketball! And classes!”
K-Fed as drug dealer: “I know whatchoo mean, man. I was at Yale. Shit was off the chain. I had to bug out because no one tells Manny the Drug Dealer what to do! Now here, this one’s on the house. Be sure and come back when you want more so I can sell your ass to creepy older men. Shranks.”

What, you thought he was going to play an English butler? And yes, there will be an element of male prostitution because dramas need to be more and more shocking these days to keep up with our desensitized culture. You know it’s the truth.