|In the world of entertainment, it is an unfortunate
fact that, for one reason or another, there are many very talented and creative people who
seem to fall through the cracks.
When you are one of those people to whom no one has ever said yes, you are
inevitably faced with one of two options
or to create an
opportunity so compelling, it becomes impossible for others to say no.
It is also a fact that, despite the networks constant struggle for their respective
share of ever-diminishing ratings they, for some reason, insist on developing programming
that all but ignores the more than 142 million Americans over the age of thirty-five.
At a time when television is saturated with images of giggling contestants covered with
cockroaches and skinny, 21-year-old Gap-models trying to convince viewers that they
represent the average American, the portion of our population that is generally
acknowledged as our nations most affluent consumer segment waits for a reason to
watch TV again.
The most popular sitcoms of each generation, from The Honeymooners to I Love
Lucy, followed by All In The Family and then Seinfeld,
offer indisputable proof that the secret of a successful sitcom still comes down to the
basics of providing intriguing characters and creative writing
another detail that
appears to have been lost in the mix.
With all this in mind, if a picture is worth a thousand words, then a videotape must be
worth many, many more... so I am offering the pilot episode of A Fine Mess to the
television industry in order to save you the time and effort of having to search for
the next big thing.
Thank you so much for your consideration,
Sitcom Info Page
Full Pilot Script
'A Fine Mess' Cast & Credits
2nd Script Synopsis
'A Fine Mess' Production Photo Pages:
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