Skip to comments.NBC asks viewers for better sitcom ideas
Posted on 04/09/2014 6:35:11 AM PDT by Buckeye McFrog
The broadcast network announced an unprecedented effort to discover fresh comedic voices on Tuesday by launching a national campaign offering aspiring comedy writers from around the country the chance to pitch their sitcom ideas. [snip]
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Unless it has a “gay” theme they won’t be interested.
I might be able to help them out with this...STOP SHOE-HORNING GAYS INTO EVERY DAMN SITCOM. I won’t watch any of those, and I bet I’m not the only one.
You beat me to it by a minute or so.
Zombies in Washington.
Zombie Biggest Winner(how many brains can you eat)
Zombie talk shows
Zombies Law and Order
I am with you. I believe that Will and Grace was probably one of the ten most destructive TV series of all time. Millennials support “gay marriage” largely because they grew up watching it IMO.
The Witless Protection Program.
They could cast the reverend Al, Lois Lerner, Eric Holder as a love triangle in liberal DC.
This gay guy walks into the White House.........
It started with “SOAP” with Billy Crystal’s gay character.
I have a good idea. How about a sitcom on how a major network has run out of imagination and ideas and needs a dumbed down country full of ignorant boobs to do what they are unable to do.
The network left has just about made fun of individuals to the point they may have to rely on the “old” ideas of comedy like Red Skelton or Carol Burnett or Lucille Ball!
Wasn’t this the same game plan for JC Penny?
STOP SHOE-HORNING GAYS INTO EVERY DAMN SITCOM.
Perhaps the well is dry for original sitcom material after all these years. It may be time for all of America to quit watching TV altogether.
Enough inane sit-coms. How about some heart-warming family oriented classics again, like The Waltons of the 70’s?
How about something devoid of queers???
According to the article, here is the panel of “celebrities” who will be judging the series pitches.
Aziz Ansari, Jason Bateman, Sean Hayes, Mindy Kaling, Adam McKay, Seth Meyers, Mike Schur, Amy Poehler
So yeah, it is gonna be “all-gay-all-the-time”.
The whitest white woman you've ever known decides she wants to run for Senator for an Northeastern U.S. state and it turns out she attended college on a program designed for Native Americans so she claims she is part Cherokee and uses as proof of this a photograph of a long dead relative who had high cheekbones and the people of the state she is running in believe her and next thing you know......
On second thought. Forget it. Nobody would ever believe something as ludicrous as that.
Go all gay. Pretend there are no straight people anywhere. I haven’t tuned in anything, sports included, on major networks for 6 years+.
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