Given the many television shows that have returned or are returning for the fall season, one thing, it seems, has been missing: "breastaurants," an actual term used to describe restaurants that employ scantily clad women as waitresses.
Well, push pause on that remote control, my friend, 'cause these breastaurant ta-tas are ready for the boob tube. Literally.
Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, the Tempe-based, Celtic-themed sports pub with 70 locations in the United States and Canada, will be the setting for its president, Rob Lynch, when he appears on the CBS series Undercover Boss on Friday, November 9.
The show, which "follows a different executive as they leave the comfort of their corner office for an undercover mission to examine the inner workings of their companies," (translation: rich people get their hands dirty) will feature Lynch in what is said will be a "remarkable disguise," allowing him to see the pub in a new light.
If that disguise is a large-breasted woman in a short plaid skirt and push-up bra being ogled by dudes then, CBS, you have our attention.
According to a press release, Tilted Kilt jobs that Lynch participated in during the show included bartender, line cook, manager, and buser/security guard.
Damn, no breastaurant server disguise. Instead, Lynch gets done up like a dude. So much for ratings.
What there does appear to be a lot of in the episode is corporate gobbledygook (yawn) like Lynch hoping to "inspire other leaders to look deeper into the everyday experiences of their employees" (translation: show more skin), having passion for something called "The Code of the Clan Tilted Kilt" (translation: virgin sacrifices), and being responsible for spreading the concept of traditional public houses (translation: hahahahahahahahaha -- boobs.)
The Tilted Kilt episode of Undercover Boss will appear Friday, November 9, on CBS. Check your cable guide for details.
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