- FriendZone, a reality show in which teenagers ask their best friend to help them prepare for an upcoming blind date. After asking for advice on style and how to make all the right moves, they reveal that the date is actually intended for the two of them.
– Savage U, which follows columnist Dan Savage as he gives advice to college students while touring different campuses.
– The Substitute, which is sort of like a school-based version of Cash Cab—a substitute teacher (Jon Gabrus) surprises unsuspecting students by transforming their classroom into a game show.
- Money From Strangers, another game show in which guest comedians convince contestants to pull pranks on strangers.
“And the experience does not change based on what it is she catches you drawing in the margins of your math notebook or whatever. No matter how well you’re drawing it, there’s nothing good you can be drawing. You can’t win. If you’re drawing superheroes, that looks nerdy. If you’re drawing landscapes or things girls might actually like, like animals, that looks girly. If you’re drawing the female form, you’re a pervert. If you’re drawing the male form, you’re gay. If you’re drawing superheroes and you haven’t gotten around to drawing masks or capes or whatever yet, you’re gay. Do yourself a favor: Don’t start with the muscles. Start with the rocketpack and work your way out. You’ll still be nerdy, but everybody knew that about you already. I mean, come on: you’re DRAWING.”—
A sitcom about a guy, Gregory, who is single and lives in a crappy apartment. The show deals with Greg’s life, strictly while he is in the apartment. He has no friends and all of his family died in a plane crash. Also, he has no job and no ambitions. Can Gregory overcome his crippling social anxiety and fear of women, and start a family and move on?
I just came up with this sitcom idea on the spot and on the fly, who wants to finance it?
A man comes into possession of a rare and unreleased original Monet piece that is worth billions. He sells it and lives the life he always dreamed of at the cost of his family and the woman he is crazy about.
Blank Check meets Mr. Deeds
This is a movie idea I just created on the spot, who wants to finance me?
1. A character is in a zone of comfort, 2. But they want something. 3. They enter an unfamiliar situation, 4. Adapt to it, 5. Get what they wanted, 6. Pay a heavy price for it, 7. Then return to their familiar situation, 8. Having changed.
I just wrote and recorded this short, short song in the last thirty minutes. It’s super short and straight to the point, but I like it. Ignore my shitty voice.
Here are the lyrics (purposefully mispronounced facade so that it would fit the rhythm!)
“It’s been a long time since I ran away from the alien nature of those towers of facades. But I’ve been trying so damn hard to get back where I ran away from. It’s been a long six months of waking up and hating myself. So, I’ll try and get back to New York City”