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Lifetime originals

Lifetime original programming is known for tackling issues that hit home with its core demographic: women aged 20-50.

Does this fit in, or has it gone too far?

Time will tell....

Posted: Jun. 15, 2015

Nature fiiight!

Nature shows are boring. Even when they get great footage of animals fighting, it's all been done before. I propose new animal fights, still all nature, but with a few jazzy additions that make it 10x...

Posted: Jun. 12, 2015

Proverb #1

Ah, the zen philopsphy of the Far East. Such wisdom contained in but the briefest of phrases. How profound. I think I might have to meditate.

Number 1 in possibly a series?...

Posted: Jun. 09, 2015


Have you ever dreamed of a better way to manage your goiter, and/or streamline the process of purchasing goiter-related supplies?

Well, from the makers of "We're sure it's cancer" WebMD, comes Goit...

Posted: Jun. 07, 2015

Arsonist of Hope

A man travels the countryside, finding lost souls and sob stories as he goes. His magic gift with arson, however, leaves everyone he touches looking at life in a new light.

Golly, I love these hear...

Posted: Jun. 05, 2015

Waffle House Bathroom TV

You know, I used to think I hated reality TV, but sometimes they formulate just the right concept to give everyone what they really want to see. What they want to see is humanity at its worst.

I re...

Posted: Jun. 04, 2015

Adventures in clickbait #2

Ok, I'm trying once again to make the most soulless, manipulative graphic possible, for the sheer sake of pulling traffic.

I'm not quite certain I've got the hang of it yet.
I think I somehow need...

Posted: May. 28, 2015

Caveman TV

From the network that brought you "Orangutan Paternity Suit," and "America's Strongest Mormon," comes a riveting hour-long drama about an unfrozen caveman who is recruited into the Detroit Police.


Posted: May. 25, 2015

Clickbait project

So, in my ongoing experiments on how to be completely unscrupulous for personal gain, I'm launching some laboratory-grade clickbait on to social media, to gauge if my "click sense" is tuned to that of...

Posted: May. 20, 2015

Marky's Ark!

Ah, how could the world have forgotten the works of Marcus Q. Mark? Oh wait, they didn't!

In this delightful summer comedy vehicle, a young Mark Wahlberg goes back in time for no good reason and wi...

Posted: May. 17, 2015

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