“Punk’d” should punk politicians

We all remember MTV’s hit show, “Punk’d,” where Ashton Kutcher mercilessly pranked his fellow celebrities in hilarious, even borderline sadistic, fashion. The show “Punk’d” is set to be released on the airwaves again, but I have some doubts.
Pranking celebrities has gotten, well, boring. Sure it’s fun to watch celebrities freak out over trivial pranks, but pranking has lost its luster, and in many ways it feels like beating a dead horse. This is why “Punk’d” needs to deviate from celebrities.