Maybe if they had a pr department and some Hollywood agents, they could have fun with it. Create a tv show called "Droppin' The Ball" with writing about the scale of "Two And A Half Men". And throughout, they just...drop stuff.
Matt: What happened to Rhonda?
Bill: Your girlfriend?
Steve: Don't you remember - you dropped her!
Matt picks up his cell phone, drops it. Looks to audience.
Matt: Rhonda? Hey it's Matt. Listen about the other night I...Rhonda? RHONDA?
Steve: She hang up?
Matt: Nah, AT&T. Dropped the call.
Enter the dog, LEON.
Bill: Leon! Leon catch!
Bill picks up a rubber dog-bone, tosses it to Leon, but Leon misses and it goes between his legs.
Bill: Good boy!
You get the idea. Ron Santo can be the crotchety neighbor who lets out a yell every time something is dropped...Brant Brown can be the milkman with the signature "No use crying over spilled milk!" line. Plus there could be a parade of minor characters coming through, depending on who "dropped the ball" that week. This week could guest star the ump that missed the fair ball call in the Yankee/Twins game, or even David Letterman.