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Let's boycott reality TV until they make a reality show for writers.

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People should boycott reality tv...
because...come on...really?

Carlas avatar Carla Agree +1Reply
@Carla People should boycott reality tv... because...come on...really?

Agreed.

But if there were one for writers, then I would watch it. Because I'm biased like that

@BlindMist Agreed. But if there were one for writers, then I would watch it. Because I'm biased like that

:)......i would much rather watch people writing than mugging for the camera or whatever they do.

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Neither do I

A good reason to join the boycott!

I think a old sitcom came close...it was called NewsRadio....

It was more about media but a reality show about just writers? C'mon.

@BlindMist Why not?

Then there was another old show WKRP in Cincinnati...

Take the above show for example...you need more elements than just writing, altho writing is a big part.

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@2627425

Valid points

I still want a reality show for writers. Then, I get on it, win, instant success.

And then shoutout all my Amirite people for helping to bring it into fruition.

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@2627525

Exactly. Everybody can't be a MasterChef or a Real (but probably fake?) Housewife.

A reality show for writers? Why not just sit in a starbucks and watch them there? I can't imagine that show being entertaining whatsoever.

@Skr3wBall A reality show for writers? Why not just sit in a starbucks and watch them there? I can't imagine that show being...

I don't know, might be interesting. Apparently this guy has thought a lot about it: http://ew.com/article/2012/05/0...-reality-show/

To be honest, I think if there were such a show, it would have more of a cult following and probably wouldn't attract a large number of viewers.

@BlindMist I don't know, might be interesting. Apparently this guy has thought a lot about it:...

yeah definitely a cult following show. I imagine there's a market for it, I just think it might be other writers.

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