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Her, Boy. C'mon, Boy.
May 14 2010, 12:49 PM EDTSCI FI Channel
30 Rockefeller Plaza
New York, NY 10112
David Howe, President
Mark Stern, Vice President of Programming
Thomas Vitale, Senior Vice President of Programming
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I’m blank, and an incredible loser.
I’m delusional in thinking any network will pick up Jericho (it’s more likely the Pope will become Jewish) even though it has been cancelled twice by CBS for bottom-feeder ratings. Saying, “It is my firm belief that this show would be a great ‘fit’ for your station,” means I know nothing about programming, contemporary audiences and demographics; I’m just a rabid fan who believes getting this show back on the air is a misguided Holy mission.
Instead of treasuring the show on DVD, I’m throwing a temper tantrum and will hold my breath until you bring it back. 1 – 2 – 3 . . .
In a fit of egomania and false, magical belief I continue to attempt to force this dead show back on the air for the pleasure of a very small band of fans. Guess that’s why Network Execs snicker when expensive ads are placed in Trades, or tons of food are wasted.
I don’t give money and effort to worthy charitable causes. Instead, I have a false sense of power. Imagine how good I’ll feel when Jericho is revived. All that effort, all that money, all that passion. And still no viewers because Jericho has no brand recognition and would get pulled after a few episodes. I mean, it was an okay drama, but I’ve forgotten that, “It’s only a TV show.”
But the really scoop is Jericho taught me things. Important things about Corporate Greed and fighting against it. You know: real Davy and Goliath stuff. But I really didn’t learn anything from Jericho at all.
I used to be a normal person. Now I’m just a stupid goof.
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