He's back! Arnold Schwarzenegger to voice animated superhero, 'The Governator'
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Gone are the scourge of chronic budget deficits, replaced by the global terror crime wave. Gone is governor's smoking tent, replaced by a subterranean man-cave that includes an array of “SuperSuits” that make him invisible, let him walk through walls, or turn into a submarine. Instead of his famous cigars, the Governator can reach for a throat spray that lets him speak any language.
Far more camera-ready than Assembly Democrats, likely opponents will include an organization called Gangsters, Impostors, Racketeers, Liars, and Irredeemable Ex-cons (G.I.R.L.I.E. Men for short). He will have a pet shih tzu named Foofi. Wife Maria Shriver and his four kids will help.
“Arnold Schwarzenegger is returning to his acting career, providing the title character’s voice for an animated action-comedy cartoon TV series," notes Iowa State University political scientist Steffen Schmidt.
This is in contrast to his term as governor, which was an “inaction comedy,” he quips.