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Thu Nov 8, 2012, 04:26 AM

Mitt Romney Gets New TV Show!

It's called, "The Right Wing."

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Reply Mitt Romney Gets New TV Show! (Original post)
Britethorn Nov 2012 OP
MyOpinion-2 Nov 2012 #1
johnny156 Nov 2012 #2
Window Nov 2012 #3
Carolina Nov 2012 #4
DreamGypsy Nov 2012 #5
Britethorn Nov 2012 #6

Response to Britethorn (Original post)

Thu Nov 8, 2012, 08:42 AM

1. Thank you for sharing the new TV show

I love it.

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Response to Britethorn (Original post)

Thu Nov 8, 2012, 09:30 AM

2. LOVED IT!!!

 

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Response to Britethorn (Original post)

Thu Nov 8, 2012, 10:15 AM

3. ROTFL!

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Response to Britethorn (Original post)

Thu Nov 8, 2012, 10:52 AM

4. K&R

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Response to Britethorn (Original post)

Thu Nov 8, 2012, 12:17 PM

5. Wow. A primetime SitCom pilot that cost ~ $750 million is canceled!

Seems like the Republican party and its SuperPacs spent way too much on a bunch of no talent actors:

How much does it cost to produce a single professional television sitcom pilot?

Jon Lawrence, TV business refugee. Provided Exec i... (more)

The primary goal of all of these things is to make the production and post production take as little time as possible; because the longer a production takes to deliver, the more it costs. All of the professional equipment needed for a studio production is billed daily or weekly, so the longer it takes you to finish a show, the higher those rental bills are going be.

(Oh, and a primetime 30 minute studio sitcom pilot these days typically costs between $1.3 and $3m - depending on talent deals. Rumors have it that some hour-long scripted pilots are now closing in on $10m to produce, which is nuts.)

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Response to DreamGypsy (Reply #5)

Thu Nov 8, 2012, 12:33 PM

6. Wasting money is what Mitt does bet.

He's the champ!

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