Stephen Colbert pitches potential Trump TV programming (Video)

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Should Trump TV actually become a thing, Stephen Colbert may become its president of Programming.

The "Late Show" host shared some series suggestions on Friday for the potential Donald Trump small-screen vessel. The CBS personality's pitches were naturally toplined by "Bad Hombres," a complete stylistic ripoff of "Breaking Bad."

And who would miss the Chris Christie and Rudy Giuliani buddy sitcom, "Bridge & Tunnel?" One is probably a crazed lunatic, while the other is probably a crazed lunatic. Classic.

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CLEVELAND, OH - JULY 17: Comedian Stephen Colbert tapes a segment on the floor of the Republican National Convention for CBS's The Late Show with Stephen Colbert at the Quicken Loans Arena July 17, 2016 in Cleveland, Ohio. The Republican National Convention begins tomorrow. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
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Of course, The Donald wouldn't be the only Trump getting camera time from this too-big-to-not-fail venture. Colbert foresees a children's show starring Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump titled "Daniel, the Tiger I Shot This Weekend."

That one probably doesn't have legs, however — you know, after they shoot Daniel.

Colbert, on the other hand, sounds like he'd be among its initial subscribers.

"This is vital, because until now, the only place you could see 24 hours of Donald Trump was CNN," he quipped.

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