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PostSubject: Re: TV shows   Fri Oct 08, 2010 1:49 am

Z wrote:
i would love to speak to puppets wearing full Z gear.

Sesame Street.

NOW.
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PostSubject: Re: TV shows   Fri Oct 08, 2010 8:04 am

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Well if I do do it now I'll have more of a Known name & a better chance of getting it out there. A LOT of people who do this may not be happy with it though... No

Not everyone will wear black cheers

Y'know...... if'n you need superhero costumes for your show...... Ummmmm..... Twisted Evil
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PostSubject: Re: TV shows   Fri Oct 08, 2010 10:58 am

"She Spies" season one, except switching the genre from secret agent to superhero, is basically what an RLSH TV show should be in a perfect world and in my slowly evolving opinion.

But it is perhaps worth noting that show was canceled due to low ratings.

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PostSubject: Re: TV shows   Fri Oct 08, 2010 1:05 pm

@raz: already on board.


I still say something more like that episode of Rookie Blue meets Special & defendor with some Tick in there.
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PostSubject: Re: TV shows   Fri Oct 08, 2010 2:07 pm

The APTN channel here in town have my number in case they need me for any of their segments They said they might get to me after Thanksgiving We did talk about some things that I could do on the show such as bully problems,gun safety as well as other things that they can come up with Im trying to steer them away from snowshovling for a while as that's what they get me to do every other time I'm on the show Im also trying to see if the guys from Ottawa might go for my movie idea that I have It would be really funny for me to find a magical amulet that gives me superpowers but there is no instruction manual to go with it However I have have to return the amulet to the owner and save him from a vicous bad villan Mahaha The Tickler
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PostSubject: Re: TV shows   Fri Oct 08, 2010 3:26 pm

Y'know, if you're talking about a fiction show, the trailers I've seen of "The Cape" look pretty cool.

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So really, Hollywood is doing an RLSH show without any of our involvement. They don't need us.
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PostSubject: Re: TV shows   Fri Oct 08, 2010 3:57 pm

I'll always be talking about a fiction show. & "the cape" is way to serious for me. If i write it it'll be more like the Monkees.
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PostSubject: Re: TV shows   Fri Oct 08, 2010 7:30 pm

You could always do something like Smallville but change "no flights, no tights" to "powers no; tights yes."

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PostSubject: Re: TV shows   Sat Oct 09, 2010 12:06 am

Thanks SH! And I agree man, the Monkees format would make an awesome RLSH show! LOL
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PostSubject: Re: TV shows   Tue Mar 01, 2011 1:28 am

OK... I was going to pitch a RLSH series to the IFC Independent Film Channel.

Each episode would be a different RLSH.

It would show them being interviewed with questions like for instants, reasons for doing what they do, stuff like that.

They produce anything. I don't think they care about ratings.

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PostSubject: Re: TV shows   Tue Mar 01, 2011 6:05 am

there are those who say i make the comunity look bad but i really don't.i have had so many offers but most were reality shows i turned them all down.i was even approached to do porno and of course i turned it down.i could have made some big money and i need it but i will not disgrace the real life super heroes though some act like i am.i do have one deal i have excepted and it is taking forever.it is for an HBO series which will be based on my real life adventures.i am not going to be in the show, i don't know who is going to play me.
i do know it is going to be serious.i could have even gone on nickolodean but i turned it down.i have had some other great deals but because i'm under a contract i have missed out.i was even removed from the movie poster because of it.so becareful .a contract can be like a jail sentence.
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PostSubject: Re: TV shows   Sat Mar 05, 2011 8:22 am

Dear Dark Guardian:

None of the networks are willing to give a real life singing superheroine and disability rights activist a fighting chance to be allowed to shine in the proverbal and literal spotlight, because of the fact that the world of Hollywood and Real Life TV Shows still refuse to include real people with disabilities on their shows, because of their internalized and externalized disabaphobia and the fact that they still believe the lies that their parents told them about people with disabilities.

A Few Years Ago, I wanted to be on Who Wants To Be A Superhero, but the cruel grownups and the Hollywood honchos were very unwilling to include a superheroine with a disability on their show, because of that lie about people with disabilities getting hurt on the set.

I have been fighting these Hollywood grownups for years, while trying to educate them on disability sensitivity and trying to encourage them to hire real people with disabilities, especially for their reality TV Shows, while reminding them that if you include real people and actors with disabilities on these shows, the Hollywood Movie and TV Studios would get a FAT TAX WRITE OFF, which would be a great win win situation and everyone would have a happy ending.

However, one must also be very careful of those greed monster demons who would try and exploit real life superheroes with disabilities for evil ends.

One thing that I have learned, being that I have Aspberger's and a Learning Disability, you have to fight for a simple, easy to read contract, that has NO Legalese and NO Fine Print.
Why? Because these things are Americans With Disabilities Act Violations and if you make a person with a disability sign a contract against their will and without not only permission, but also cause them serious harm, which is very wrong and it would violate their civil rights!

That is why it is very important to not only have adults to assist you in these matters, whether it be an advocate for the disabled or even a lawyer to help you manever these sticky situations that I may have to face, when my movie, Disabled But Able To Rock, is finally released!

In closing, I want to say thank you, Dark Guardian, for reading this and I look forward to your response.

DANGER WOMAN

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PostSubject: Re: TV shows   Sat Mar 05, 2011 8:54 am

Okie dokie then, moving right along...

...I'm not sure how hopeful it is to see a real and truthful RLSH show what with the general consumer being fixated only with drama, violence, and tragedy. What could be a fantastic opportunity to awaken the public to the idea of simple, yet effective methods of improving ones own local community I fear would actually just put the average television audience to sleep. I believe the internet is the best possible place for such costumed-activist entertainment to continue as, 1: working online usually gives the person(s) on the project being made complete control as apposed to working with a network where censoring, cuts, and constant changes would have to be made in order for the programing to be shown and 2: on the internet rerun isn't a four letter word (it's actually a five, but you get what I mean); meaning the viewing audience can watch whatever they like as many times as they like whenever they want to watch it, an action in itself in which also brings the programing to a much broader audience hence opening the doors to demographics that probably wouldn't even catch it on TV. Instant gratification for both parties.

Now, someone get a deal with PBS and I imagine that will be a different story. Educational television FTW!
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