Even though the writers' strike is dragging on–it's depression with picket signs now–television has thus far only been hobbled, not killed. In fact, some television still exists. How do I know? The plentiful, plentiful ads.

Below you'll find some ads for writer-free shows, complete with alternate eye-catching taglines.

Bravo's Project Runway 4

Actual Tagline: "It's sew time."

Alternate Tagline: "Like fashion, button TV. See what we did there?"

Alternate Tagline 2: "You're either in or you're tethered to a giant spool of thread being pulled around by a 50-foot-tall German model."

Discovery Channel's Man Vs. Wild

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Actual Tagline:"It's Bear's world. Wanna play?"

Alternate Tagline: "Lions, and Tigers, and a dude named Bear who drinks his own urine for "educational" purposes. Oh my."

Alternate Tagline 2: "Learn how to survive in the harshest of conditions, in the extremest of climates, while being trailed by the most rugged of camera crews. Wanna watch?"

The American Music Awards

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Actual Tagline: "The ultimate playlist takes the stage."

Alternate Tagline: "MP3s come to life! Holy shit, run! Oh wait, nevermind. It's just Beyoncé."

Alternate Tagline 2: "'Big Girls Don't Cry' while using their Maroon 5 "Umbrella" on the Rascal Flatts of Daughtry! What? Yes."

The Tyra Banks Show

Actual Tagline: "Conversationista. Gabologist. Intalksicating. Glamunicator."

Alternate Tagline: "Do you like incoherence? Watch Tyra."

Alternate Tagline 2: "Crazypants Insaneface turns the Relatableosity up to Gorgeoustupid levels."

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