The movie quotes. Never. Ever. Stop. It’s almost a condition.
With the end of the 90s came the start of the Golden Age of Television: a time that began a revolution that would change the face of TV shows forever.
Aside from the fact that she was chic as hell, lived in New York and had brunch on the regular, she cleared up a lot of the love and relationship bullshit we go through.
“You found it offensive? I found it funny. That’s why I’m happier than you.”
We watched “The OC” because it made us laugh, and it made us cry. But most importantly, it made us think about our own relationships – with our friends, our significant others, and with our parents.
And it was perfect.
You may have your business model and sales numbers down by heart, but do you know your own soul? Nothing will help you figure it out more than your preference in Shark Tank judges.
1. Carrie And Big. Let’s start with the big (ahahaha) couple here, because they are obviously the tedious and vaguely-emotionally-abusive stars of the show.
Some of them are still inappropriate even in context..
I produced seven seasons of Big Break, worked on a season of Altered Course, crewed on an episode of Nanny 911, and I’ve worked crew on a couple of game shows. (Who wants to Be a Millionaire, Pepsi’s Play for a Billion). So the lessons I’ve learned have come from working on shows, and watching the audience response.