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RE: Opinions About typecasting..

  • From: "Len Bullard" <cbullard@h...>
  • To: "'David Lyon'" <david.lyon@p...>
  • Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2007 19:24:13 -0500

RE:  Opinions About typecasting..
A series about a couple of mismatched room mates attempting to manage two
online encyclopedia sites comes to mind.  One is a rough-dressing pot
smoking former financier who believes in anonymity of contributors and the
other is a fastidious professor who believes every contribution should be
signed by people with their real names.   Their hilarious misadventures as
they overwrite each other’s bios, give out conflicting press releases about
who was the bigger schmuck and of course the intensity of their attraction
are the plot drivers.  We'd toss in the crazy but brilliant Canadian
neighbor who drops by to complain about the formats, a sexy Seattle ingénue
who thinks she can fix all of the security problems with an authentication
scheme, the lovable university grant guy who saves them from unemployment,
and of course the evil bumbling government regulator.

It’s a rip-off of “The Odd Couple”, but we’d call it the “The Modulo Factor”
so we could say it was an original idea.  The translation in English
speaking countries would be "The Left Overs".

Who knows?  It could be a hit reality series.


-----Original Message-----
From: David Lyon [mailto:david.lyon@p...] 
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2007 10:51 AM


While I was reading your post I was  thinking that maybe you should try
going on the comedy circuit or do something for tv.

It would make a good base for a tv series... now seinfield is over, there's
hardly anything good on anymore. 

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