Wednesday, September 19, 2012

World Record Perhaps?

Post Represents: Tuesday, September 11, 2012 

Moments after I arrived in the limo, a particular sheet of paper surprisingly indicated to me that things will be bit different on my 3rd appearance on Excused.

Ha ha ha ha ha. There is hope. 

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Limo driver...

Arrived safely. 

Arrived at the same house from last season. 

Motown Maurice & Donald Roberts. 
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Things are going well so far. 

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Its time for the night date. 

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I'm smooth. There is no way I can't win. 
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Why me...

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I'm so sad I'm going to break into song. 

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Final Thoughts

I came on the show with the intentions of setting the world record of being rejected on national television the most times. The change of power gave me a sense of hope. I really thought I had a chance. Then the inevitable happened. What can I say. Nothing much really other than I'm a loser. I don't necessarily mean that in a negative light. I'm good at losing and soon enough I will make a career out of being a losing. 

I did end the night with a massive brain storm. I found a way to immediately convert the losing energy into a show idea. It took a few circles up and down my block to develop its landscape. I couldn't stay put. I had to get out and allow my mind to flow. The every next day I emailed some of my Excused contacts informing them about my spin off idea and of course none of them responded to me. 

Here is a sample email I sent them. 

Being Excused has literally become the staple of my life. On and off television. On a brighter note, becoming a product of rejection has actually inspired an idea with a lot of potential.

I have begun drawing out a synopsis of what I believe will become a hot new CBS dating spin off of the show Excused.

If possibly I would like to be bestowed with an opportunity to share this vision. 

I'm not sure of the best way to approach this but I want to maintain professionalism. Or maybe you can point me in the direction of the right person.

In the meanwhile, I'll be writing out the treatment building up to shooting a pilot.

Thank you for your time. 


After being on the show 3 times it would be nice to have earned some type of response for having creative suggestions. Oh well, that's Hollywood for you. I'll continue on this Loserville train ride.

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