The Devil’s Ride

April 13, 2012

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Finally! A brand new, ridiculous thing to mock.

A production company named Bischoff Hervey Entertainment Television has created a “reality” television show called The Devil’s Ride and they have sold it to the giant funhouse mirror that calls itself Discovery Channel. The “logline,” which is what entertainment entrepreneurs call a story after it has been boiled down to old bubblegum is: “It’s a bike club. It’s a brotherhood. It’s THE DEVILS RIDE.”

This improvisation on the ever fuzzier concept “reality” is a about a three piece patch club called the Laffing Devils MC. The club wears a white on red patch and has at least three chapters – in San Diego, in Santee north of Dago and a Nomads chapter, or charter, or lodge or whatever they call it. The Laffing Devils’ television program debuts May 8 at 10 p.m. after a show about fishermen called Deadliest Catch. “For the first time Discovery goes inside the world of motorcycle clubs,” the press release explains.

Episode Uno

The Devils Ride,” the promotional copy continues, “sports a diverse crew but one bonded by a commitment to each other and the club. Meet Laffing Devils president Gipsy, who must balance the club’s growing ranks with pressure from older members to maintain the status quo. An ex-Marine who served in Iraq, Gipsy credits the club for helping him deal with the emotional scars of war. Then there’s club VP Billy the Kid, who waits in the wings wondering if he’ll have the chance to lead the Laffing Devils. And younger member Snubz breaks all the biker stereotypes with his degree in finance and a full time corporate job.

The Devils Ride finds the Laffing Devils not only in open conflict internally but also at risk of losing their homebase. The Laffing Devils’ unofficial headquarters is the auto body shop owned by fellow member Hawkster but police pressure might force the club to find a new home. Moving is going to cost the club money so Gipsy seeks out security work for the Laffing Devils guarding a liquor store in a very dangerous part of town. Will their new responsibilities pit the club against one another?

“The Devils Ride also covers what would-be members must do to prove themselves to the club before they can be ‘patched in.’ In order to earn his spot, prospect Charles is out on an official club task of protecting some of the club’s wives and girlfriends, or ‘Ol’ Ladies’ on a night out. When a pushy photographer gets too close for comfort, blood boils and the situation gets physical. Will Charles’ actions protecting the women earn him the respect of the young blood and, more importantly, earn him his cut?”

Gratuitous Dylan Thomas Quote

“The force that through the green fuse drives” this flower is a production company called Bischoff Hervey Entertainment which is basically two guys named Jason Hervey and Eric Bischoff.

Hervey is a former child actor who appeared “in over 250 commercials for some of Americas favorite brands” – always a reliable strategy for ensuring the mental health of any young buy. Hervey also appeared in Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, Meatballs 2 and two seasons of Different Strokes. He eventually did some business with Time Warner’s World Championship Wrestling which is how he met Bischoff. Bischoff portrayed an “on air character on the highly successful USA Network Series ‘RAW.’ He worked with Vince McMahon’s WWE from 2002 through 2006. Bischoff is also the author of the New York Times bestselling book Controversy Creates Cash.

Bischoff Hervey Entertainment Television “specializes in the creation and production of television content. BHE has created, developed, and produced both television pilots and series for NBC, VH-1, CMT, A&E, E!, TruTv, and SPIKE TV, including two seasons of the hit series Scott Baio is 45…and Single and Scott Baio is 46…and Pregnant on VH-1, and Home Again with Billy Ray Cyrus on CMT. In 2008 BHE produced Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling for CMT.”

Can’t wait for the special RICO episode!


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155 Responses to “The Devil’s Ride”

  1. OG East County Says:

    I’d Have a hard time buying that @William Pike is a snitch. Grew up and ran in the same circle. Played street football with him in Lakeside stood toe to toe with him against some rednecks that wanted to start a fight with the local white boys. Knew him when he drove a nissan frontier back in the day. Know him to be a down ass white boy. Anyone thats trying to put bad on his name might wanna show proof first. I haven’t seen anything to prove him a snitch. At this point in my life I am able to look for it trust me. @William Pike stay straight bro.

  2. William pike Says:

    @ No One…. Nice name…. Coward!!!! You your gonna say William pike is a snitch come up with some fucking paperwork or something and quit hiding and talking behind backs you fake ass coward. From no one, lmfao what r you scared of? He’s a snitch right? Hahaha

  3. JL Says:

    It definitely is a fake show. Some how trying to come across as being a real club being shown. Don’t believe it for one minute. First off with Bischoff behind it, it most definitely is a sham. I did some research and have found that the show is taped in El Cajon, CA. The Devil’s club house is just west of N.1st St. On Greenfield Dr. The crazy thing is that the Sin Mob’s club house is east of N.1st St. Also on Greenfield Dr. There’s an automotive shop on the corner that was shown in their last episode. Name of it is Javy’s. Look it up. Buildings match perfectly to their ‘copter view shots. Seriously. The Devil’s club house looks like it was a jet ski repair shop or something. And the Sin Mob club house is called Advanced Auto. It’s right next to Chief Auto Glass. All on Greenfield in the city of El Cajon. Crazy how two rival club houses are right next to eachother. I can prove it. Fake!!!

  4. LC Says:

    The Devil’s Ride is all staged by The Discovery Channel filled with make-believe tough-guys and want-to-be hard-core bikers as actors. “Snubz” would have been dead by now, if it were “real life”; but now he has a FB page!! …Get ‘real’ folks!!

    …but I must admit, it is comical to watch!


  5. No one... Says:

    @ lethal William Pike is a snitch. He truned on his brothers and is now exploiting the new 1% media craze with his book.

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