I don't think we have enough reality shows on the air. Therefore, I've sat down and worked up a few ideas for some new ones. Let me know which ones you think will make it and which ones will get cancelled right out of the gate.
Meet the Priss - Sunday-morning news and current events program with a focus on style and home decor, hosted by Martha Stewart.
60 Minuets - Dance-contest type of show featuring older personalities such as Mike Wallace, Barbara Walters, Morley Safer, Regis Philbin, Joan Rivers, Elizabeth Taylor, and Harrison Ford.
Wheel of Fortuna - Quiz show in which contestants see who can complete round crossword puzzles first. The prize is always a weekend in Fortuna, California.
Gypardy - Quiz show in which the prizes are never awarded to the winners.
Numbers - Adventures in anesthesia.
Gyros - Ordinary people eat gyro sandwiches and then develop super powers that compel them to try and save the world.
Ghost Whimperer - Stories of everyday people who are scared of ghosts.
Medium Rare - Confessions of a fry cook.
Criminal Mines - Weekly exposes of the worst mines in the nation.
Law and Odor - Follows the real-life cases of a private investigator who just happens to suffer from B.O. which, alas, often alerts the bad guys to his presence.
American Idle - Chronicles of the unemployed.
Amazing Grease - Cameras go behind the scenes to the kitchens of fast food restaurants.
Foren(sic.) Files - Intimate view of case files of some of the worst offenders at butchering the language.
Disparate Housewives - Profiles of a wide variety of homemakers, from trailer parks to mansions.
Dataline - Investigates the day-to-day lives of computer hackers.
Days of Our Lies - Political commentary.
See! Is I! - Adventures of a real-life inept private investigator with exhibitionist tendencies.