In this take-off based on the Old Spice TV advertisements, Justin Stewart plays President Obama in the 2010 Northwest Arkansas Gridiron Show.
From the 2010 Northwest Arkansas Gridiron Show, Sara Sullivan, Nina Criscuolo and Mille Appleton commiserate with celebrity wives who were jilted last year.
From the 2010 Northwest Arkansas Gridiron Show, Rusty Turner sings a song about what a nightmare the Arkansas state car scandal was for some officeholders.
From the 2010 Northwest Arkansas Gridiron Show, Charlie Alison plays an Arkansas “lottery scholarship” ticket vending machine. Bailey Elise McBride and Delcie Kincaid are the students.
From the 2010 Northwest Arkansas Gridiron Show, the writers wonder what it would be like to combine a local popular sport, rodeo, with a sport growing in popularity: soccer. The cast includes Jose Lopez, Ray Minor, Charlie Alison, Delcie Kincaid, Brett Bennett, Rusty Turner, Steve Voorhies, Bailey Elise McBride, Justin Stewart, Flip Putthoff, Natalia Pizarro … More World Cup Rodeo – 2010
After Russian spies were arrested in suburban New Jersey, Gridiron writers imagined where else Russian spies might be hiding, perhaps near Lake Atalanta in Rogers? Jose Lopez, Stacey Roberts and Charlie Alison play wayward Russians aboard a submarine while Sara Sullivan and Ray Minor are the suburban spies who have scoped out the local Walmart.
In the 2009 Northwest Arkansas Gridiron Show, Katherine Shurlds uses just a hint of Latino flavor to play the newly welcomed Supreme Court justice, Sonia Sotomayor. The high court includes Steve Voorhies, Dave Edmark, Rusty Turner, Natalia Pizarro and Flip Putthoff.
Shortly before the presidential election in November 2008, Dr. Red Neck decided to campaign for surgeon general. Red Neck, a recurring character at the Northwest Arkansas Gridiron Show, was running on a platform of ending childhood obesity with a program he named the Childhood Overweight Reduction System, or ChOReS, for short.
In the 2008 Northwest Arkansas Gridiron Show, Hillary Clinton, played by Katherine Shurlds, sings about what went wrong during the campaign and what her future holds.
In 2008, during the heat of the campaign for president, Gridiron looped the race into the musical Mamma Mia, letting a mother and daughter ponder whether John McCain or Barack Obama would be better for their future. The candidates offer their unguarded assessments of themselves.