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Original Sitcom Pilots and Specs:
ACE-HOLE – Anti-hero comedy about the “Lance Armstrong of tennis,” who after his sports downfall is forced back to his hated hometown where the feeling in entirely mutual.
ASSISTANTS – Hour-long dramedy about six ambitious 20-something assistants trying to tackle the hilarious and tragic vagaries of Hollywood while locked in love-hate relationships with each other, their bosses and a mysterious thumb drive.
MANNING THE FORT – Edgy family multi-cam about an adoptive couple whose carefully fused nuclear family explodes when their son’s rude, unfiltered biological grandparents move into the condo upstairs.
EX-PATS – Single-cam office-place comedy about a Type A divorcée who enlists in the U.S. Foreign Service to selflessly restart life, but she instead lands in a Banana Republic filled with lazy embassy lifers and shady American ex-pats.
CEMETERY SISTERS – Multi-camera about two polar-opposite siblings who reluctantly make death their new life’s work after inheriting the family-owned cemetery. Think Two Broke Girls meets Six Feet Under.
LIVING BEYOND OUR MEANS – Single-cam about a crazy Midwest family whose dire finances land them a starring role on a “tough love” financial reality show that soon faces its own financial hardships. (Finalist in the “America's Newest Comedy Writer Contest.”)
Veep – “Jefferson-Jackson Dinner”: V.P. Meyer heads south for a primary kickoff called the “Jefferson-Jackson Dinner” but instead winds up at the “Jefferson Davis Dinner.” Meanwhile, Dan and Amy confront Gov. Chung about a lingering plagiarism rumor, and Gary and Jonah get sucked into protests against D.C. traffic gridlock.
All scripts available for review upon request.